Friday, December 16, 2016

Best Women's Erotica of the Year, Volume 2 - Book Review

30227826Best Women's Erotica of the Year, Volume 2 by Rachel Kramer Bussel
Published December 13th 2016 by Cleis Press
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 2 gives us fierce female passion, timeless love, and lustful encounters that are guaranteed to fill you with utter delight. Editing by the award winning Rachel Kramer Bussel, these sexy stories about women on the prowl span the globe, traveling from Peru to the Bahamas and beyond in pursuit of pleasure. Learn why "Teacher Appreciation" is so special, what sex is like "At the End of the World," and explore some very explosive "Volcano Nights." These unforgettable erotic tales by the top authors in the genre as well as newcomers will arouse and thrill readers looking for a hot time between the pages. 

As much as I love anthologies I hate reviewing them. Do I talk about the book as a whole? Do I rave about the ones I enjoyed the most? Do I direct each individually?

I'm going to go with the first option for this one.
One of my favorite things about anthologies like this is that they are great go-to books. You can read the stories all at once or at whatever pace and in whatever order you want. Whenever you want and in whatever mood you happen to be in.

That last one is me; the "mood reader," unless it's for a review or by a favorite author I will mainly read erotica when I'm in a low mood. Like with books in general it serves as the best escape. And with this genre it's almost always an escape.

And that's what I really like about this collection of stories, they're quick, get to the point and in the short time it takes to read them you'll feel like you've gone somewhere else. They send you to a place where you've never been before. (Probably, I don't know where you've been. You do you, and if you ever find yourself in these situations, right on!) Let you experience something you never have (again you do you) all the while you're somewhere you might not want to be. (In my case anyway.)

This collection will take you wherever it might be you want to be; for however long you want to be there. Read one or read them all, like with the women in this book it should be however you want it. In the end you'll find whatever escape you might have been looking for. Or didn't even know you needed.

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