Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 5
Release Date: December 10, 2019
Subgenre: Erotica, Erotic Romance
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Synopsis for Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 5:
In Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 5, award-winning editor Rachel Kramer Bussel takes readers on an outrageous journey into the world of female fantasy and desire. These sexy stories offer up wild, hot and steamy tales from today’s top authors. You’ll be swept away by the sexiest business deal ever, break the rules in a future world where skin on skin contact is forbidden, and discover the art of getting off by phone sex.
From threesomes to mermaid sex, fetishes, sex parties and much more, these authors steam up the pages with tales of trysts, love, and lust where nothing is held back. If you’re looking to escape from the everyday and discover what happens when women are ready to get totally outrageous, this book is for you.
With new stories by beloved authors including Joanna Angel, Balli Kaur Jaswal, CD Reiss, Sierra Simone, and Sabrina Sol, along with newcomers to the genre, you’ll savor every sizzling page.
Excerpts from Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 5
From “At the Pleasure of the President” by Sabrina Sol:
That’s when it hit her. In that moment, Jack wasn’t thinking of her as the president. She was a woman he wanted to have sex with. And that thrilled her more than anything had in a very long time.
Olivia stepped back. Slowly and deliberately, she began to undress. First she unzipped her navy-blue skirt and let it fall to the ground. Next came her crème-colored silk blouse and nude stockings. He stopped her before she could slide out of her full slip and bra.
“Let me help you,” he said, his eyes dark with desire.
He hooked his fingers in both straps and pulled them off her shoulders. She gasped as he lowered his head and swiped his tongue over the curve of her cleavage. Hands cupped both breasts, kneading and caressing them and eliciting throaty moans she never knew she could utter. With one deft move, he yanked everything down and caught one taut nipple with his mouth.
“Jack!” she cried out.
He continued sucking and licking as his hands moved to her backside. She was quickly spinning out of control. And she didn’t care one bit.
“Do you know how many times I’ve dreamt about doing this?” he said after a few minutes.
When she shook her head, he answered his own question. “Thousands.”
That admission startled her. “Really?”
From “Terms” by Sierra Simone:
She would get her respect, but first she’d get her revenge.
Both Marq and Brady looked just as unhappy flipping through the deal memo as Jake, but they had the good sense not to challenge her just yet. Jake had always been the impetuous one, the
one full of temper and impatience, but Marq was the CFO of their company and dealt solely in practicalities and pragmatics, as did Brady, their COO. They both now gazed at her with distinct wariness as Jake tossed the memo on the coffee table in front of their armchairs.
“We can’t do this,” said the CEO. His voice was flat and edged with cold fury. “You know we can’t. The shareholders wouldn’t allow it. Being bought and stripped off for parts would be better.”
“Hmm,” Sarah said, pretending to take this under consideration for the first time. Marq’s wariness seemed to sharpen into suspicion as he watched her straighten and walk around her desk. She opened a drawer and removed another sheaf of papers.
“I do have another offer,” she said. “However, it is very unconventional,
so I understand if you’d rather just leave.”
But they wouldn’t leave, Sarah knew, and they didn’t. Jake’s face was no less furious when she passed out the new memos, but she could see the desperation behind the fury. Their company was failing, and hers was thriving. They had a bankruptcy lawyer on retainer, and they’d knocked on every door there was that wasn’t hers . . . and they were out of any options that left them both the company and their pride.
So they’d surrendered their pride and come to her, just as she’d known they would. And she would have a lot more than their pride by the time they were finished.
She had to admit to herself that it was more thrilling than she’d dreamed to watch their expressions as they read the new memo. She nearly laughed when Brady looked up at her with stunned incredulity, and then his eyes dipped back down to her hemline. They had always liked the way she looked, even when she was an intern working for them, and it had been so exciting to feel their eyes on her back then.
It was even better now.
From “The King’s Return” by CD Reiss:
The suite had two bedrooms, a living room, and windows overlooking Fifth Avenue. The curtains were wide open to the city.
I expected him to bring me to the bedroom; instead he indicated the couch.
“Sit.” I set my jaw and sat with my knees pressed together. He pushed the coffee table away with his foot and moved a chair to face me. “Do you remember the rules?”
“Yes.” I stared right at him. He could have my body, but not my will. “I do what you tell me. You don’t touch me.”
“What do you call me?”
“And when do you come?”
“When you say.” With no more than words, my clit throbbed against the fabric of my panties.
“Good.” He looked me up and down. His gaze had a physical presence. It pushed my clothes aside and left me naked. “I won’t touch you without consent. Until then, you’ll just do what I say. If you tell me no, I may find your request reasonable, but if I don’t, I’ll punish you. Got it?”
“Pick your skirt up around your waist.”
I took a long blink. This was it. It was really happening. He leaned back and jerked his chin to me as if to say, Get on with it.
I half stood and pulled my skirt over my stockings and around my waist, exposing my upper thighs and underwear.
“Pull your underwear down to just above your knees.” Commanding and casual at the same time.
I expected this but still found myself shocked. The air crackled when it hit my skin, lighting the places between the fabric and my body as I pulled them down. I stood before him, eyes still
unwavering on his so he’d look at my challenge, not my state of half-nudity.
“In this anthology there are stories for everyone. There are slow burns and there are quick sexual connections. If you enjoy erotica or are looking for something a bit steamier in your romantic readings this anthology is something that you should make sure to check out.” –Nerdy Girl Express
“Once again, Best Women’s Erotica of the Year brings the heat, tension, love, lust, and emotion. The stories are varied and yes, outrageous, in the very best way. Go over the top with this steamy read!” —Megan Hart, NYT bestselling author of Flying
“Enticing, adventurous, and full of surprises, this book will knock your metaphorical socks off – and, quite possibly, everything else.” —August McLaughlin, host and creator of Girl Boner® podcast
“Rachel Kramer Bussel did it again! And her fifth collection of naughty tales may be the most provocative yet – they’re seductive, spicy, and deliciously scandalous. Each naughty adventure dazzles and sizzles with sexy good fun!” —Autumn Bardot, author of Legends of Lust and Confessions of a Sheba Queen
“The collection shows off a variety of writing styles and fantasies. Readers will find inspiration to warm their hearts (and other parts). A splendid blend of quotidian eroticism and fantastical filth.”—Allison Moon, sex educator, author, Girl Sex 101
About the editor:
Rachel Kramer Bussel (rachelkramerbussel.com) is a New Jersey–based author, editor, blogger, and writing instructor. She has edited over sixty books of erotica, including Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Best Bondage Erotica of the Year, Volume 1; Dirty Dates; Come Again: Sex Toy Erotica; The Big Book of Orgasms; The Big Book of Submission Volumes 1 and 2; Lust in Latex; Anything for You; Baby Got Back: Anal Erotica; Suite Encounters; Gotta Have It; Women in Lust; Surrender; Orgasmic; Cheeky Spanking Stories; Bottoms Up; Spanked; Fast Girls; Going Down; Tasting Him; Tasting Her; Please, Sir; Please, Ma’am; He’s on Top; She’s on Top; and Crossdressing. Her anthologies have won eight IPPY (Independent Publisher) Awards, and The Big Book of Submission, Volume 2, Dirty Dates and Surrender won the National Leather Association Samois Anthology Award.
Rachel has written for AVN, Bust, Cosmopolitan, Curve, The Daily Beast, Elle.com, Fortune.com, Glamour, The Goods, Gothamist, Harper’s Bazaar, Huffington Post, Inked, In Style, Marie Claire, MEL, Men’s Health, Newsday, New York Post, New York Observer, The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, Penthouse, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Refinery29, Rolling Stone, The Root, Salon, San Francisco Chronicle, Self, Slate, Time.com, Time Out New York and Zink, among others. She has appeared on “The Gayle King Show,” “The Martha Stewart Show,” “The Berman and Berman Show,” NY1and Showtime’s “Family Business.” She hosted the popular In the Flesh Erotic Reading Series, featuring readers from Susie Bright to Zane, speaks at conferences and does readings and teaches erotic writing workshops around the world and online. She blogs at lustylady.blogspot.com and consults about erotica and sex-related nonfiction at eroticawriting101.com. Follow her @raquelita on Twitter.
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