This book has nineteen stories; all quick and sexy reads, bringing the reader into so many different worlds. Fantasies galore fill this anthology, from exhibitionism to submission and all that falls in between. There is a story for just about everyone in this book. These stories may be short but they get the job done. Pulling the reader into another world where anything and everything can happen.
I always look forward to the books that are edited by Violet Blue. I know that I will always find a story or more that I will enjoy and this book does not disappoint. There were favorites and those that weren’t but all in all I enjoyed this book as a whole. These stories are all short snippets and give the reader a quick glimpse into the characters’ lives. Many tease you and leave you wanting and wondering what will happen next. There is not a lot of character building and world development but that is not what this book is about. It is a fantasy filled world meant to titillate the reader. Many of the stories can be read in a few minutes. These are fantasies to enjoy and maybe even give the reader ideas of their own. I enjoyed being able to finish a story quickly giving myself a few minutes of enjoyment when I only have those few moments to spare. If you are looking for a fast and hot read these stories are for you.
Read Lips Like Sugar in private or aloud to your favorite bedmate. Or turn down the corner of your favorite story's opening page and slip the book into just the right spot, where someone is sure to discover it...
Violet Blue is known for erotica anthologies depicting joyful, unabashed sex dished up without qualifiers or apologies. The stories in this volume, written by both veterans and new voices, feature women on top, bottom, and everyplace in between. Running the gamut from sweet to scintillating to downright raw, they cover just about every conceivable sexual scenario. Debra Hyde’s ?Accidental Exhibitionist” explores the thoughts of corseted slavegirl Cara as she models her new fetish gear and services her master in public. Teresa Lamai’s ?Idyll” finds poetry and passion in a scorching three-way set in Croatia. And Carolina John’s ?The 9:30 to Edinburgh” shows just how accommodating a British train compartment can be to a group of sexually charged strangers.