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Boasting a slew of single author short story collections to his name, contributor to even more anthologies and editor and anthologist himself, Ralph Greco, Jr. offers two sides of the same niche naughty coin with the release of his Tease: Stories of Male Sexual Denial and Arouse: Stories of Female Sexual Denial. Available from the U.K. press Sexy Little Pages, Ralph manages first and third person...

Posted on Dec 8 2015 - 12:50pm by Renee Rose
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Erotic romance author Casey McKay has hit her stride with her new BDSM series Fetishes. Bound, the third in the series, is a wonderful story about a romance in motion. Melissa has been dating Martin, the owner of the exclusive BDSM club, Fetishes, for ten years. Despite their incredible chemistry, she’s still running scared–certain he’s going to break up with her at every turn and resistant to his continued suggestion of marriage. So many romance stories are about new love. I think it can be harder to write about a couple who already...

Just when romance readers thought their beloved genre had reached a new level of embarrassment with E.L. James’ 50 Shades of Grey… And just when we thought romance novels, as a whole, had published every bit of controversial and explicit content it could allow… Christian imprint Bethany House Publishers gives you, For Such a Time by Kate Breslin.  Just...

In typical New York fashion for a maturely­ themed production, David Rhodes’ new play “Consent,” opened Thursday, June 11 in the intimately spaced basement Black Box Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. Despite the nevertheless relevant title, what Rhodes is really exploring are the nuances of coming out later in life and all it entails. The four- person cast includes Ron (Mark McCullough Thomas), an ex-­NFL player turned architect, Kurt (Michael Goldstein), a handsome law student, Ron’s soon­-to­-be...

And now the story actually begins. Jaime Lannister is riding the high seas undercover to Dorne to capture his daughter/niece and when he gets there, the one-armed man has a sword fight that surprises us all. But the armed and dangerous women of Dorne, the sand snakes, are waiting for him, as the captain of the ship that she has come in on tried to sell information and literally lost his head. This is going to be fun! Meanwhile, back at King’s Landing, Cersei continues to conspire. She has been winnowing down her “son’s” council,...

I am growing impatient. I know we are getting all the players in place, but this feels like a really long chess game. In this episode, there are no dragons, but there is some brothel butt, Actually, a lot of brothel butt, as we visit two brothels, which I suppose is there s to remind us that this show is on HBO. Arya wants to be a “faceless man,” an assassin. But she is told that she has too much personal identify and baggage and that she must let go of who she is, which she does by drowning her clothes and her money and her lucky...

Cautionary Tales by Piers Anthony 
Genre: Erotica This book contains some short stories that the author had written in the past for various anthologies. He “cautions” before the titles of the stories to allow the reader to make up his or her mind before continuing. The offensive content from the 1990s–when he wrote the stories–is considered mundane in today’s society. I can see...

Games of Thrones Season 5, Episode 2 And how could it be? George R. Martin is nowhere near finished these books, so the pace of the show has slowed down to catch up with his writing (we all hope). This episode opens with Aria Stark deposited on the doorstep of the House of Black and White where she shows a coin and utters some magic words, but is turned away by someone by a black actor. She spends the night outside the doors in the rain, throws the supposedly magic coin into the sea and walks off. Only to be found later in the episode...

Posted on Apr 17 2015 - 10:33am by Michele Douglas
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Intensity
 by C.C. Koen Serena is a 22 year-old college dropout who is working three jobs just to make ends meet. She left college after her grandmother took ill with cancer so she could take care of her until she passed. After her grandmother died, Serena was confronted with a lot of debt and the mortgage in default. Try as she may, she could not save the house and is now living in a small apartment in a questionable neighborhood. While working at her waitressing job, one of her customers tells her that she knows a way that Serena...

Games of Thrones Season 5, Episode 1 First of all, there is so much going one that we all needed the two-minute recap to just remember who’s killing who, but then the familiar credits rolled and we were off. We open with a flashback to Cersei’s childhood when she visits with a fortune teller who assures her that she will be queen some day but the king will have 20 children and she will only have three, all of whom will wear a golden shroud. So, not a happy memory. And then we see the body of her father, lying in state after his...