Flipside Erotica: Both Sides of the Story is an anthology of 24 stories; or actually 12 stories told twice from two different prospectives. His and Hers. All the male stories were written from a single character's point-of-view, while each woman was different.
The project was unique and interesting. I liked the variety of situations and that they "felt" real. The scenes were light, playful and easy to read.
I enjoyed the stories told from His prospective because reading erotica from a male point-of-view (and a male writer) is somewhat uncommon to find. It's nice to hear what he thinks about!
The storytelling from the female point-of-view, felt like it was written by a man. Is this bad? good? I don't know.
It didn't have as strong an effect on my, um, motor as other erotic writing does. Perhaps, it's because there were 12 women and one man?
My two-cents, even for women who enjoy reading erotic encounters (as I do) they don't want to be 1 of 12. It's about placing yourself in the fantasy, I think.
Perhaps the bigger market for this book is men?