"Beautiful young woman, alone in the world, encounters a floppy-haired beefcake in the laundromat. But before we get to all that, author Cheri Lille gets in the head of her charming heroine. We learn a little about what she's like, what she wants, and her experiences with men. If she's a little..." Darren
"Tina, you've guessed my fantasy before I even knew it myself! This is oh-so taboo, I know where it's going, and I'll be hanging onto every torrid detail during the development of Sara's insatiable craving!!" S.G.
A trio of amuse-bouches about women with untrammeled appetites.
1) "Welcoming the Neighbor" -- Women may rightly feel suspicious when their guys suddenly develop an interest in chores: here, our married male narrator takes to washing the dishes more than is..." Darren
"I wonder if this is Tina Tirrell's first published story -- it appears to have the oldest copyright date on all her works.
Well, it's an absolute delight. The prose zips along: the writer is clearly on fire. Descriptions of family life always seem to bring out the most vivid characterization..." Darren
This was a really hot story. The characters tease and flirt with each other with just the right hint of "We're just joking, right?" that keeps both of them guessing. The author does a great job of building tension and until the extremely hot conclusion.