Obsessed Erotic Romance for Women - erotic book by Cleis Press - reviews

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Obsessed Erotic Romance for Women reviews

7 reviews
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3.4
7 reviews

Obsessed is a compilation of 19 short stories. It is a normal sized paper bound book with an attractive cover. Although the short stories are great for a quick read, the stories don't engage the reader and are hard to connect to. Many are ridiculous, and not sexy at all.

I really enjoyed this book and I had a hard time putting it down. The stories are all well written and I could relate to most of the characters. The book featured some long time lovers and not just women conquering something they desire, but also owning their sexuality and loving their obsessions.

There were some good and not-so-good stories in Obsessed. I've read a lot more erotic stories than some of these. The likability factor of characters and plots are the same way - some good, some not-so-good. I wouldn't spend $15 on this book.

This trade back book is 216 pages of delicious erotic fiction. Following the theme of obsession - editor (and co-author) Rachel Kramer Brussel has compiled a work that speaks to the NEEDS of women and makes you ask yourself - what do YOU need? Inside the cover of this book, women don't try to hide their desire for exactly what drives them - and passion is their reward. This book is well worth the cost and an excellent addition to any erotic library.

A heartwarming read; Obsessed, Erotic Romance For Women is perfect for just before bed or when you feel like there is no hope and life is bleak. These stories aren't hardcore fetish stories nor are there any queer pairings, this book is aimed more toward heterosexual couples/singles. The subject matter, however, spans the gap and renders the stories group-less as well as timeless.

When I hear the word obsessed, I think of a desire that borders on madness, an all consuming flame that occupies every waking moment and even your dreams. The idea of a collection of erotica dedicated to this sounded seriously hot. However, hardly any of the stories actually dealt with the concept of obsession.

The topic of obsession is tailor made for erotica, but for a tome dedicated to all consuming desires, I don't find myself wanting to re-read much of it. I don't dislike the book, but I've read others, specifically from this editor, that I enjoyed more.

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