In Bed with Anthology

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In Bed with Anthology

In Bed With is a collection of 20 erotic short stories edited by Imogen Edwards-Jones, Jessica Adams, Kathy Lette and Maggie Alderson. Covering a wide variety of topics with a cosmopolitan flair, the stories remind the reader that desire can be rekindled by changing the partner, the environment or props in a relationship. Just Lie Back and Think of England and After the Funeral remind one that desire doesn’t have an age limit while The Peacock and Do You Remember Paris focus on unrequited love. The hired help do more than chores in Down on the Farm and The Convenient Gardener and research leads to satiating effects in Twice Shy and Prairie Vole. Variety is the spice of love life in Fun and A Blast From the Past and an erotic spin is given to the tale of the princess and the pea in Twenty-seven Mattresses. These tales and more provide stimulation for every interest.

In Be With is a smorgasbord of erotic short stories, several with a particularly English or Australian twist. Part of the attraction lies with the fact that all are written using pseudonyms in lieu of the author’s published names. Nice twists to some of the stories prevent them from being monotonous repetitions on a theme.


Book Blurb for In Bed with Anthology

by Imogen Edwards-Jones ( Editor) , Kathy Lette ( Editor) , Jessica Adams ( Editor) , Maggie Alderson ( Editor)

"An unashamedly sexy collection" (Glamour) featuring today's top female writers hiding behind naughty pseudonyms.

A unique and sexy collection of bedtime stories by bestselling, award- winning, and well-known novelists delivering the goods under their X- rated pseudonyms. So who's who? We're not telling. After all, a woman should have at least one good secret.

Feturing Adele Parks, Ali Smith, Bella Pollen, Chris Manby, Daisy Waugh, Emma Darwin, Esther Freud, Fay Weldon, Jane Moore, Joan Smith, Joanne Harris, Justine Picardi, Louise Doughty, Rachel Johnson, Santa Montefiore, Stella Duffy, Imogen Edwards-Jones, Jessica Adams, Kathy Lette, and Maggie Alderson.


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2010 4.00