"1) "Gagging for It" -- Fantasy from Tina Tirrell about a woman with only one thing on her mind. Ms. Tirrell's male narrator describes her thusly: "She was looking for some FRESH MEAT." The prose is focused on the one act (read the subtitle to get a clue) like a laser. Ms Tirrell doesn't waste..." 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
"I felt I was being manipulated by the author in reading this story. She uses the words "stepson" over and over, as well as "mommy". The kid has a name, and he's old enough to appreciate a good looking woman. The wife, who obviously has little use for her husband, dotes on her stepson and teases..." C
"A great writer makes it look easy. Born with a talent for processing the rhythm of real-life dialogue and then replicating it on the page, a great writer takes us out of the artificial act of holding a book or an electronic device while reading and puts us right in a scene. Witness a couple..." Darren
"It's so twisted! I want to just live inside Tina's dirty little mind and keep reading what it comes up with!" Solomon J.