Five Minute Fantasies

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Cathryn Cooper
Accent Press Limited, May 14, 2007 - Fiction - 218 pages
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The Five Minute Fantasies series offers arousing fiction for the discerning reader. Twenty erotic short stories by bestselling authors including Sommer Marsden, Primula Bond, Kitti Bernetti and Landon Dixon. Indulge, enjoy and come back for more with these five minutes stories that will get you out of day mode and straight into play mode!

Men at Work by Elizabeth Cage

Matt’s a workaholic. It’s driving Emma crazy, but she’s sure that their new loft room will mean they see more of each other. She has two young builders working overtime to get the work done. The night they finish, Emma is ready to celebrate with high heels and a fuck-me dress – but Matt cancels at the last minute. Feeling reckless, Emma asks the builders to stay and share dinner. If she’s feeling generous, they may even share more.

Persuasion by Everica May

Professor West’s classes have always provided the most stimulating thoughts. Miss Rifkin has spent plenty of time fantasizing about her shaven-headed tutor. At last she makes an appointment to discuss her grades – surely there’s a way she can win extra credit? Perhaps a project on interpersonal relationships, with plenty of research on romantic attraction? They thrash out the details over the desk in the professor’s office.

Ghost by Kay Jaybee

Jo had almost got out of the habit of listening for Sam’s distinctive knock at the door. Almost. Everywhere she goes she see’s reminders of him; of the company Sam works for, of the places they’ve secretly fucked together; making her miss him all over again. He isn’t even hers to miss. When, after three months, Sam turns up unannounced, something in Jo snaps. Her normal submissive stance is abandoned in favour of spanking her lover’s arse. It is time to show him just how hard it is living with the ghost of their affair ...


The Eye by Primula Bond

It’s hard to be alone in London. Even when she gets up at the crack of dawn to take photos of the view from the Eye, there turns out to be another passenger in the pod with her. Lucky he’s handsome. In the dense fog, there’s nothing to see apart from each other, and she’s not used to being this close. Maybe because he’s a stranger she feels close enough to dare to expose herself. 

Life of a Salesman by Landon Dixon

He’s always admired Jennifer’s bountiful tits. On the last night of the sales convention, he decides to take charge. Insisting that Jennifer joins him for dinner, together they raid the mini bar in his hotel room. He can’t take his eyes off Jennifer’s enormous chest, and when at last she takes off her T-shirt he’s more than ready for a night of breast-obsessed lust.

Sticky Notes by Sommer Marsden

Something’s got Loren so horny she’s squirming – but Steven’s got an early night. Inspiration strikes in the form of a post it note - she leaves a brazen message on his morning coffee pot. What’s his wildest fantasy? Lucky for Loren, he isn’t too shy to leave an answer. And she’s about to find out just how much passion you can cram into a tiny little sticky note.

Visions of Marlon by Dineen Riordan

Summer heat can do strange things to people. It can turn a hunky bricklayer into a vision of the young Marlon Brando, and the woman that watches him into a voyeur who fantasises about cheating on her puritan husband. Brando the builder approaches the house as the heat rises, challenging her to sacrifice her inhibitions and recreate movie scenes that would barely get past the censors.

Upside down with a tub of Yoghurt by Sally Quilford

Charity is intent on corrupting her beautiful fiance Ben. Even if the setting is a weekend away in a cottage with his apparently religious and uptight family - including Uncle Jack the Reverend. And even if Uncle Jack decides Charity’s not the one for his nephew, she’s not going to let her handcuffs and a tub of delicious cherry yoghurt go to waste.

Cocksucker by Lori Selke

Her boyfriend is a shy boy. He’s nervous about telling her what he wants. She’s curious, too: why exactly does he want to suck her fake dildo-dick? He kneels in front of her and she stands with her purple strap-on pointing right in his face, carefully working her way through his fantasies to discover what he deep down really wants, even if he’s too scared to admit it.

On the Beach by Primula Bond

A deserted sandy beach is the perfect spot for a little nude sunbathing. And a bit of sunbathing so easily turns into a bit of teasing. She’s enjoying her own body when she realises that a beautiful, stray young surfer has washed up on the beach next to her. He’s thirsty, and she’s got a full bottle of lemonade that she’s happy to share – things are bound to get fizzy.

The Maid by Eva Hore

What should Sheila do when she sees her husband fucking the maid on the satin sheets of the marital bed? The fact that she’s watching from the wardrobe, naked, while her boyfriend Marcus trying to grope her complicates the issue. When her faithless husband is called away to a hospital emergency, Sheila decides she should take advantage of her maid’s newly discovered skills. Between Marcus and Mary, she’ll hardly have time to be jealous of her husband’s affair.

Small Expectations by Phoebe Grafton

Pick is the last of six sons and when it came to pricks he got the leftovers. His endowment is so pitiful that his beloved Stella Faversham rejects him out of hand. Pick seems destined for a lonely life, until the day that his old friend Mugwatch contacts him from his deathbed. He has a special legacy to leave to Pick; one that promises to turn his sex life around.

It takes one to spot one by Jim Baker

On board a luxury cruise, Peter catches Suzanne’s eye, but he seems to be perpetually surrounded by wealthy widows. She manages to lure him away over a game of roulette, and over dinner she checks out his story – Peter is apparently a jeweller travelling in search of gemstones. Suzanne seduces him on the deck and drags him back to his cabin, where she’s got some business of her own to take care of.

Take a breath by Sommer Marsden

From the minute he laid eyes on Elise, Jon has had a raging hard-on. They may be at a business meeting, but all he wants to do is dominate this gorgeous woman with the whisky eyes. When she gives him the go-ahead, it’s all he can do to control his own lust before they get to the cloakroom. Once in there, he makes it very clear how this relationship will work: he makes the rules. All Elise has to do is play along.

Collision by Alex de Kok

Jack runs right into Jenny – literally. He knocks her off her feet right beside the taxi rank. It’s the least he can do to offer his ex student a lift to her cottage - Jack’s far too much of a gentleman to let her model good looks enter the equation. She asks him in for coffee, and while he admires her decor the nude photo of her on the wall makes it hard for him to hide his admiration. When they bump into each other again it may not be totally accidental - their bodies’ desires take over.

Window Dressing by Anya Wassenberg

She walks to work every day through the streets of New York. Somehow she hasn’t ever noticed the basement curio shop before – or the blonde guy who works there. The next day she finds herself lingering in front of the low-level window, from where he has an excellent view right up her short skirt. If she goes back, will he be there? And will she dare to show him more?

The Sex Therapist by Dee Dawning

Since Bobby’s cheating wife left him, he’s been struggling to find his mojo. Gary reckons his friend Loretta might be just the woman to help him get over his shyness around women. On an overnight stay, Loretta shows him her specially decorated bedroom. She takes him in hand and teaches him the fastest way to forget his ex wife. Bobby may be young, but he’s a fast learner.

Educating Master Tom by Kitti Bernetti

Newly widowed, Miss Canning arrives at Harestone Manor with a grave sense of foreboding. She’s to be governess to the young Master Tom – nineteen years old and entirely uneducated in affairs of the flesh. Tempted by fabulous wages and silk dresses, Miss Canning agrees to don the turquoise corset that signals her acceptance. If only she were putting it on for the Lord of the Manor, rather than the feeble young Tom – surely the leering old man would know better how to satisfy a lusty woman.

Thrill Ride by Lynn Lake

The legendary Lolliewood is just a rumour among theme park addicts. So when an old tramp offers her a pass, she’d do anything to get her hands on it, and once she’s there, she’d do anything to find a companion for the night. Because Lolliewood is an adult theme park – a sexual cornucopia of horny thrills and wild erotic rides that she never wants to end.

Rackula by Landon Dixon

Gregor’s luscious girlfriend Daria has promised him a special treat for his eighteenth birthday. Ignoring his father’s warnings, he takes Daria deep into the Romanian forest where the young virgins feast on each other. At the moment of consummation, the shocking sight of Countess Sabrina forces Daria to flee in terror, leaving Gregor to gape at the sight of the evil bloodsucker, naked but for a cape and her bared fangs.

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Cathryn Cooper lives in London.

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