"Tina Tirrell, one of erotica's greatest writers, returns, and asks a simple question: Is sexual identity inherent in the physical body, or is it something to be *experienced*?
A young woman named Sara is flat-chested and surrounded by school peers with budding racks. If that isn't..." Darren
"Nice story about a mother's love for her over developed son who needs (under doctor's orders) to be relieved. This theme is not new, so I give it four stars. Tina's writing is excellent however and I look forward to more of her work." C
"Tina Tirrell, in high comic style. The prose is razor sharp, dryer than a vodka martini. E.g.:
"Is it bad to count the passage of time by the number of masturbation sessions?"
"... Derek chimed in, coming alive with his sudden idea. He didn't get them very often." Darren
"A man married to a nagging wife has the great good fortune to have a sexy young neighbor who wants to borrow some sugar. Ah, honey honey. April the "candy girl" pops over wearing a t-shirt that covers a hot-pink bikini top and cutoff denim shorts, cut off somewhere just south of Saskatchewan...." Darren
"Tirrell's stepmother is serious: at the beginning she wishes she could confess to a priest, but she's too ashamed. The set-up here doesn't go for laughs; it's perfectly realistic: a mother and son watch old movies together -- on a "way-too-big flat screen TV my husband insisted on buying last..." Darren