"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
"Tina Tirrell continues her Nerds Rule the School series. Let it be said at once that this is not an erotic story. Here, Ms. Tirrell appears to be interested in a discussion about Good and Evil, morality and immorality, responsibility and irresponsibility, power and powerlessness -- you know,..." Darren
I was going to -- wait. Um, let me say at once that ... no, it's, uh ... I'm, uh ...
Look: it's hot, hot, hot. OK? "Kitties" is sort of buried at the back of Ms. Tirrell's catalog and I can't imagine why. This is some of the sexiest s--t I've ever read in my..." Darren
"This book carries the theme of girly, first-time exploration very well... very true to life and sensual. At the same time, it's humorous. I love the main female character's general attitude, her naivety and innocence. She's vulnerable, but headstrong, and not at all leery about admitting to..." Tara Tainton
"Reading All Grown Up makes me want to be eighteen again! It was like reliving my first time, but hotter. I mean, super sexy want-to-steal-this-story-as-my-own-personal-get-off-fantasy kind of hot!" Charlotte A.