Explicit erotica has never been better than what you'll find in this collection of stories from Naughty Daydreams Press. Look, we have no problem with flowery romantic stories that are ninety percent emotion and ten percent sex; we just don't bring them to you. These stories are all about explicit language, explicit descriptions, and hardcore sex. If you're looking for members, manhoods, and magic wands - listen somewhere else. If it's a temple of delight, a hot center, or a throbbing sex you want to listen to, you won't find it here. Our authors write about cocks, dicks, pricks, pussies, snatches, slits, c--ts, and just about every other vulgar word you can contemplate. Nothing wrong with the romance. In fact, we have a feeling if you listen to this collection, you can really add spark to yours!
Warning: This audiobook contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity in various explicit erotica stories. It includes explicit virgin sex erotica, explicit bride sex erotica, explicit first anal sex erotica, explicit group sex erotica, explicit BDSM erotica, and explicit gangbang erotica. It is intended for mature listeners who will not be offended by graphic depictions of sex acts between consenting adults. Explicit erotica is all about absolutely clear language, so let's be absolutely clear - you'll love this collection!
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Less fun than you could POSSIBLE imagine
Short stories of sexual themes, including a remarkable variety of activity. What could possibly go wrong? The narrators.
SULTRY voices, both of them, emphaxizing at the BEGINNING of EACH STORY the audio service for which they work. But OH, how predicable the reading tone is, and OH how UNNERVING it is to here thins either slurred or mispronounced or mangled entirely. The audio studio must not have had a DICONARY handy, MUCH less an edertor..
Very hard to stomach, but not because of the content.
Not with these narrators.
"Fiction" in this category could do well with subdivision. At least one third of the titles seem to be supernatural fantasies.
- Rod Morgan "Unclejack"