No Running, No Petting by Janine Ashbless
Lena and Vittor work in a hotel in Malta, but they can't focus on clearing tables and making beds, when what they're really both interested in is the male guests. The two of them hunt together, the perfect pair. And when they spot Rolf, a Swedish silver fox, the scene is set for a threesome and some very naughty poolside fun.
Comrades On A Train by Z Ferguson
Two guys visiting Mother Russia are living a shared childhood dream, travelling the USSR by train. There's Nick, the one with the Russian penpals, and his close friend, Donny. They're on a train to a farmhouse. Donny watches the comings and goings of the various passengers, but one blonde passenger catches his eye. She smiles back. Her kids go exploring, Nick goes for sodas, and Donny goes for it.
Lucky Lucy by Jenna Bright
Freshly dumped by the man she grew up with, Lucy is not in the mood for a wedding. But for her best friend, and a sun filled weekend at a luxurious Tuscan villa, she’s willing to put on a bridesmaid’s dress and suffer through. But when she discovers that an old friend, and the best sex she ever had, is attending too, Lucy starts to wonder if there isn’t still a trace of the old Lucy – Lucky Lucy – ready to step out into the sun again.
New Orleans When It Rains by Maxim Jakubowski
A man who travels regularly to New Orleans in search of lust and sex is struck by the vision of a beautiful stripper in a shady club deep in the French Quarter. A passionate night with her ends in the most unusual manner when they are caught unaware in the tropical rain."
Gulliver on Lillipussia
Lawrence S. Gulliver brings new dimensions to the title ‘Able Seaman’ when he’s washed ashore on the undiscovered island of Lillipussia, populated exclusively by women. But is it a dream come true or a nightmare of frustration? For this treasure-trove of more-than-willing native beauties, being on the diminutive side, aren’t accessible to satisfaction by any of the means Gulliver is familiar with. Though the little women have a trick or two up their collective sleeve to keep themselves and their unwitting captive happy.
These stories have also been published in Foreign Affairs - 9781908086587
Jenna Bright writes erotic fiction at her tiny desk in her home near London, and in many coffee shops around the country. She’s a strong advocate for fantastic lingerie, high heels and pencil skirts, and finding the sensual in the everyday.
Born with an over-active imagination, Jenna learnt early to channel her flights of fancy into stories. Later, she discovered a talent for creating sensual worlds filled with sexy scenarios, libidinous lovers and very arousing outcomes. She hopes that you enjoy reading them as much as she enjoys writing them.
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Maxim worked for many years in book publishing as an editor and launched the Murder One Bookshop, which he owned and ran for over 20 years. He now writes, edits and translates full-time in London.
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Prepare to devour ‘Red Grow the Roses’, an explicit vampire erotica novel with plenty of bite.
There are six vampires in the city. Ageless, terrifyingly beautiful and always hungry – not just for blood but for the other pleasures the human body offers.
Sadistic chanteuse Estelle; feckless Ben; Roisin, the mirror-ghost; Wakefield, haunted by his own damnation; Naylor, the most feral of them all. And Reynauld is the Good Shepherd, the one who holds them all in check.
But his grip on his own humanity is fading, and when Wakefield accidentally kills a woman and Naylor gets the blame, a power-struggle erupts between the city’s immortal undead.
This latest volume of the acclaimed annual collection presents over 20 short stories of murder mystery, selected from the very cream of new British crime fiction. Contributors include Lee Child, Colin Dexter, Val McDermid, Mark Billingham, Len Deighton, John Harvey, and many more.
This is an ideal present for anyone who has ever enjoyed a good murder-mystery. A page-turning compendium of British talent to capture the imagination of readers around the world.
This great annual covers the full range of mystery fiction, from noir and hardboiled crime to ingenious puzzles and amateur sleuthing. Packed with top names such as: Ian Rankin (including a new Rebus), Alexander McCall Smith, David Hewson, Christopher Brookmyre, Simon Kernick, A.L. Kennedy, Louise Walsh, Kate Atkinson, Colin Bateman, Stuart McBride and Andrew Taylor.
The full list of contributors is as follows: Ian Rankin, Mick Herron, Denise Mina, Edward Marston, Marilyn Todd, Kate Atkinson, Stuart MacBride, David Hewson, Alexander McCall Smith, Nigel Bird, Robert Barnard, Lin Anderson, Allan Guthrie, A.L. Kennedy, Simon Kernick, Roz Southey, Andrew Taylor, Sheila Quigley, Phil Lovesey, Declan Burke, Keith McCarthy, Christopher Brookmyre, Gerard Brennan, Matthew J. Elliott, Colin Bateman, Ray Banks, Simon Brett, Adrian Magson, Jay Stringer, Amy Myers, Nick Quantrill, Stephen Booth, Paul Johnston, Zoë Sharp, Paul D. Brazill, Peter Lovesey, Louise Welsh, Liza Cody, Peter Turnbull and Nicholas Royle.