A collection of five erotic stories with mixed and varied lesbian themes from Xcite Books, winner of the ETO Best Erotic Book Brand 2010 and 2011.
Tango by Alcamia Payne
Sophie thought she’d never feel passion again when David, her lover, ruined her self confidence. When she chances upon a sultry club though, the attraction of the sexy South American vibe and the mysterious charms of the Argentinean dancer, Ludmilla, melts away her inhibitions and sparks new and smouldering passions inside her. Sophie accepts Ludmilla’s offer of dancing lessons, and Sophie’s world opens up as the sexy dance teacher empowers her and the two of them enter into a simmering and adventurous sexual relationship. Soon, it isn’t just the salsa Sophie’s falling in love with.
A Dip in the Pool by Eve Diamond
Julie’s luxury lifestyle comes at a price. Her workaholic husband likes to unwind on the golf course, and she finds the long, summer days leave her with idle fingers. As she’s a non-swimmer, she decides to surprise Greg by taking lessons before their exotic holiday. Slender blonde Meg is an inspiring instructor and as Julie’s strokes grow in confidence so does her startling lust for a taste of girly tenderness. The women move from pool to changing room to master bedroom as Julie becomes accomplished at not just one but two new skills.
Hot Pursuit by Lynn Lake
Constable Eva Lemieux of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police was parked behind a billboard out on Highway 12, allegedly monitoring the radar gun mounted up on her dashboard, checking for speeders. But on a warm sunny day, after a large lunch, her drowsy thoughts had drifted away from business… to pleasure… picturing her fellow officer, Constable Susan Orpetski, in her mind’s eye. Until wham! Orpetski was right there in stunning person, along with one hellacious speeder playing a crazy game of chicken – proving just how unpredictable and exciting police work really can be.
Personal Shopper by Viva Jones
Claire runs her own boutique and has a keen eye for what works well on her customers. When Sam arrives needing a series of outfits for her engagement weekend, she’s happy to guide her. As Sam steps in and out of some increasingly dazzling dresses, she reveals that her fiancé berates her for not being adventurous enough. Soon, hedonism turns to heady desire, and Sam and Claire embark on a journey far more satisfying than a bagful of designer clothing.
Stick Garden by Sommer Marsden
“‘I didn’t think so.’ She prodded me with her knee to the back of mine and I let her guide me dead centre into a white stain of moonlight. Maddy turned me and whispered against my neck ‘Put your arms out, brat.’ She kissed me hard even as my arms flew out to my sides in my obedience.” An impudent lover learns her lesson at the hands of a small dom wielding a big stick. In their new garden, naked by moonlight, she pays for her rude remarks and then some. Teasing about that which nourishes you is never acceptable.
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