Girl Crush: Women's Erotic Fantasies

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R. Gay
Simon and Schuster, May 4, 2010 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Every woman has a girl crush — that physical and emotional fascination with another intriguing, provocative woman who inspires the thought, "What if?" Girl Crush answers that question with an inspiring range of erotic short stories about women acting on their desire and sometimes getting more than they bargained for. Teresa Lamai offers an erotic take on revenge in "Mirador," when a woman has hate sex in a nightclub bathroom with the person her boyfriend is cheating on her with. In "Getting to Work," David Erlewine writes about a hot young lawyer who has a lot of work to do to make a demanding, sex-craved partner happy. Writer and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel shows us the unexpected in "Great Lengths," when an unrequited crush finally evolves into something more — and something less. In Girl Crush, what happens next is always a surprise, to straight women, bisexual women, and lesbians alike.

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R. Gay’s writing appears in more than 25 anthologies, including several editions of Best Lesbian Erotica and The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica 2008, and Best American Erotica 2004. Visit her online at www.pettyfictions.com. Girl Crush "The best use of this book is to read one chapter by itself and let it ruminate in your head so that you can use your own imagination and fantasies to flesh it out more fully. Not all the tales will stimulate you, but if you're into lesbian action, you'll probably find at least one that inspires your lust." — Eden Fantasys "The authors do a great job of presenting the sexy stories in a way that's tasteful. It's explicit but not crass." — Mistress Kay

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