Nice Girls, Naughty Sex: 20 Erotic Tales

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Seal Press, Feb 15, 2011 - FICTION - 280 pages
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Jordan LaRousse and Samantha Sade, founders of the erotica website Oysters & Chocolate, have compiled this anthology of erotic literature that ranges from sweet to spicy. Divided into four distinct "flavors"--Vanilla, Dirty Martini, Licorice Whips, and Oysters--"Nice Girls, Naughty Sex" covers a wide range of sexualities and preferences. The Vanilla section (the "traditionalist" flavor) offers stories of straight sex between one man and one woman; Dirty Martini (sex with a twist) stories include stranger sex, fetishes, threesomes, foursomes, and more; Licorice Whips explores the bittersweet dance of domination and submission; and Oysters features bisexual and lesbian stories.
With the wide range of erotic subgenres it envelopes, "Nice Girls, Naughty Sex" is a fun, sometimes edgy, collection of sexy encounters that will appeal to every kind of reader--no matter what their taste.

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Review: Nice Girls, Naughty Sex: 20 Erotic Tales

User Review  - Alisha - Goodreads

I won this book in a goodreads giveaway contest. Wow, that's all there really is to say about this book. I wasn't to fond of the lesbian section, since I'm not aroused by that sort of thing, but I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Julie Rodriguez - Goodreads

I won this book off of goodreads. I enjoyed every story. They were brilliant and well written. I will defiantly re-read this book again. It is extremely HOT. Highly recommend this book. Read full review


Part One Vanilla
Part Two Dirty Martini
Part Three Licorice Whips
Part Four Oysters
About the Contributors
About the Editors

About the author (2011)

Jordan LaRousse and Samantha Sade are the founders of the website went live in July 2005; the site is now home to over 850 stories, poems and articles, and more than 50 galleries of stimulating erotic art—and it’s still growing. The site has become the utmost passion for LaRousse and Sade, who are defenders of erotic literature as an important part of the modern-day literary map.

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