I do not judge short stories on the rush of their relationships, because they are just that - short stories. So, yes the relationships always could have been drawn out more, yea it seems like they fall in love too fast and of course the story could have been made longer... but it is a short story. So with that said.... here goes...
Now this one will be a little different.. Why because these stories are very short stories... and there are a lot of them in here... And I want my review to be a little different than the book I just did a few days ago. Now I will not have blurbs for any of them Soooo just bear with me okay!!! Now take my hand for some f/f loving... Okay if you are uncomfortable...you don't necessarily have to take my hand!
These authors came to together to give you some tender lover, some hot love and some... well... you will just have to read to find out. These stories are super short and will churn your blood and make you look for the nearest fan!
These stories will leave you wanting more... wanting less (clothing on)... They will have you wanting love to come from some of these stories, real true love. Not just lust. Some will make you hate someone and love someone else. These stories may leave you breathless and begging for sweet mercy. Others may simply have you smiling at the end, knowing what was coming.
You may even find yourself asking your own questions ~ about your own girl crushes you have. Might make you look a little differently at the woman who gives you your coffee in the morning, or the woman who runs her own company and unwinds with a beer at the bar. Because really... all in all.. love is love, right?
Lesbian Lust is a memorable and tantalizing set of short stories that readers can fall in love with.
This is Erotic Fiction...not a romance!
For readers who crave stories of uninhibited, unrepentant sex between women, Lesbian Lust delivers. This is real lesbian sex: sensual, inventive, and nothing less than breathtaking. Butches abound, baby dykes learn important life lessons, femmes and fatales bring each other to the brink. In "The Office Grind," by R. G. Emanuelle, a stressed-out businesswoman loses herself and her heart in the startling green eyes of a sleek butch in a bar. Gill McKnight's "Beach Moth" tells the tale of a tall, dark, and handsome stranger who offers her hand to a femme abandoned on vacation. The ultimate in eroticism, the relentless, raw stories of Lesbian Lust leave no fantasy is unfulfilled.