Susie Bright Presents: Three Kinds of Asking for It: Erotic Novellas by Eric Albert, Greta Christina, and Jill Soloway

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Susie Bright
Touchstone, Jul 5, 2005 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Be careful what you wish for...

Three cutting-edge writers explore the high-wire risk of having a sexual wish come true. In "Jodi K" by Jill Soloway, the award-winning writer/producer of "Six Feet Under," a suburban teenager is a skeptical part of every high school make-out scene, but her heart is fixed on the middle-aged man next door. "Charmed, I'm Sure" by Eric Albert, a frequent contributor to "Best American Erotica, " tells of a single man who enters into a contract with a modern-day witch and finds there are unforeseen complications even in the most magical seductions. The young woman in "Bending" by Greta Christina, the author of "Paying for It, " can't seem to find an alternative sexual position...until her friends and lovers come up with a scheme that opens her up -- literally -- to her real needs and desires.

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Review: Susie Bright Presents: Three Kinds of Asking for It: Erotic Novellas by Eric Albert, Greta Christina, and Jill Soloway

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

Like most so called "Erotica", the plots become somewhat monotonous pretty quickly. The first story in this volume is perhaps the best of the bunch and most lends itself to the reader's imagination ... Read full review

Review: Susie Bright Presents: Three Kinds of Asking for It: Erotic Novellas by Eric Albert, Greta Christina, and Jill Soloway

User Review  - Kyle - Goodreads

During the events of the novel Lila, the author Robert Pirsig (of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance fame) describes himself walking through an Indian reservation with the tribe's chief, a ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Susie Bright is the editor of The Best American Erotica series and host of the weekly audio show In Bed with Susie Bright on Audible.com. She has been a columnist for Playboy and Salon, and has been profiled in USA TODAY, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, and Vanity Fair, among other publications. An international lecturer on sexuality and feminism, she won the 2004 Writer of the Year Award at the Erotic Awards in London. Ms. Bright lives in Santa Cruz, California.

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