Book by Cleis Press Inc.
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G Is For Games is a wonderful collection of story erotic stories that has a touch of humor along with dealing with the gaming fetish.
I definitely recommend this one as a collection of short, succinct stories you can enjoy one at a time, or in bed in one sitting. None of them are long enough to make you restless, nor too short to dissatisfy. The variety in situations you'll find each of the characters in is compelling and awfully sexy. Pick this one up to be seduced by the thrill of the action and the uncertainty of the human psychological need to win.
Great ideas for anyone trying to spice up the sex life. Was easily readable with stories perfect in length and giving just the right amount of details to make you wanting more.
We all love to play games. Adding the element of competition to sex can be a heady mix. 'G Is For Games' edited by Alison Tyler explores this mix in a well grounded and exciting way.
"G is for Games" is one in a sexy series of alphabet-themed erotica. This collection is a small, discreet book, with a wide variety of sexy tales inside.
The games that adults play, and the complex and beautiful ways that interactions play out are the focus of this entertaining collection that features top notch writing and an amazing variety of sexual interactions between game players of all types.
Sizing up your opponent, planning your moves, playing to win---that's the name of the game in G is for Games. Edited by Alison Tyler, this erotica anthology is written just for people who thrill to competition---people who live for the pleasure of the chase. There are plenty of hot stories, focusing on the mental and physical aspects of the game we all love to play. While not every story was a home run for me, with such a great variety included, every reader will walk away a winner.
"G is for Games" is part of the Erotica Alphabet series by Cleis Press. The book ties around the theme of "games, and all of the stories are very unique and fun to read. Not all of them are as erotic as they could be, but they all are a pleasure to read.
This is one of the best small books of stories that I have read. There wasn't one that I didn't like. Well written and keeps you interested, while the stories are short enough to read anywhere you can take a break.
Like to play games? The stories here all center around games, whether in a physical or more mental sense. Many offer up some good ideas for playing erotic games of your own, whether in the closet or on the tennis court.
I think "G is for Games" is another great installation in the alphabet erotica series. I can see many of the stories being the backbone for some creative re-imaginings of other games. There's nothing overtly dark in here, so I think it would make a good first book for someone exploring erotica, or as part of a collection.