These five salacious stories are filled to the brim with sizzling, steamy encounters for anyone who enjoys, fantasizes about, or simply craves girl-girl sex. Read more...
These five salacious stories are filled to the brim with sizzling, steamy encounters for anyone who enjoys, fantasizes about, or simply craves girl-girl sex.
Ava Wilson, a full-figured single diva, has always wondered what having sex with a woman would be like. So when she goes on a weekend getaway with her friend, Ava allows curiosity to get the best of her.
Miasha Simmons is the perfect little trophy wife for her wealthy attorney-husband, and she knows how to keep her man happy. But when he's away, his sweet, loving wife likes to play...with other women.
Laila Reynolds loves the sweet sting of a whip from those who seek her out through her website, promising solicitors a night of hot, steamy fun they'll never forget.
There's nothing more delicious to businesswoman Ebony Rice than being on the receiving end of a gang-bang with six lovely, harness-strapped women.
Playboi-stud Reggie Sanders loves the chase of beautiful straight women. That's until she seduces a woman who gives Reggie a taste of her own medicine--straight with no chaser.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-09-23
- Reviewer: Staff
Cairo (The Kat Trap) dedicates this collection to “undercover freaks” who will appreciate these five erotic stories featuring African-American women enjoying same-sex passion. In “Juicy Fruit,” Ava’s New Year resolution is to avoid making poor relationship choices tied to her lust for men; a weekend trip to the Poconos with co-worker Kara provides Ava with an opportunity to embrace new things. “Sweet ’n’ Sticky” offers the fantasy of Miasha, whose marriage to a rich man who travels for a living gives her ample opportunity to engage in secret trysts with both the staff at the Pink Kitty spa and other wealthy wives. In “Straight No Chaser,” Reggie seeks satisfaction in presenting as male to unsuspecting straight women. Cairo’s enthusiasm never falters, but the writing is uneven enough to distract readers, and the sexual climaxes often fail to resolve the story. (Nov.)