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
"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
"Cheri Lille knows what women want in their erotica! Just the right amount of romance, if it's the goal of the story at all, and plenty of sex and sizzle. I love the little sensual surprises too, that kind of get into the female mind in a way we can all relate to." Georgia L.
"I don't know if Amanda's Awakening was written for men, but I couldn't help being curious when I read the description. I have to say, Cheri Lille is a woman after my own heart... or libido. The way she wrote about this woman Amanda was so touching, and I loved the..." Duncan T.
"Every hetero man feels like a lesbian trapped in man's body. Now, thanks to Tina Tirrell, we get to live out that fantasy. I don't know how she does it, but she always captures the erotic essence of every theme she touches. No theme is off limits for me now, not when Tina's..." L. Lance