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Ah, Playing with Fire... This book is essentially about "taboos," and it does cover a wide variety of topics. There's essentially something for everyone in this little book, although the most vanilla (and hey, it's okay to be vanilla) might prefer another novel. As for those of us that want a little spice with our sexy little bedtime stories? This is a keeper.
Alison Tyler and Cleis Press bring together a fine collection of fire-themed erotic stories by up-and-coming and established erotica writers. Whatever your tastes, you are sure to find something in here to stoke your fires.
A surprisingly unadventurous collection that simultaneously allows its contributors way too much wriggle room around an already creaking central premise.
As a book of stories that deal with fire, Playing With Fire hits the mark. But I was expecting something a bit more heavy and darker. The fire was just kind of there and so was the sex.
In my experience this is a great book for everyone. Its not too into the fire play that it makes you cringe, but its not too light that it makes you want more. Its just right. I think there is something for everyone in this book. I say, check it out. What could it hurt?
What can I say about a collection of Steamy Taboo Erotica? It was hot! I really enjoyed the kink. Get your own copy of this book and get turned on by its spicy sex stories. This book is full of variety and plays with the edge of danger.
Light on plot but heavy on straight sex, this collection of erotica stories is ideal for people who want to heat things up quickly without a lot of wasted words. The subtitle *is* "Taboo Erotica" though, so be sure you're ready to read about lots of cheating.
It's the taboo, the forbidden, that we can't seem to stay away from. Alison Tyler's anthology is full of stories that are off-limits but completely, unabashedly arousing. Topics range from affairs to threesomes to passionate trysts with strangers. Whatever they may be, they're certain to have you in flames.
A good compilation of smokin' hot erotic stories that will get you worked up and ready for more. Overall a very good collection from some incredible writers.
Raw and elegant at once, Playing With Fire holds several of the hottest stories I've ever read---like a flame draws a moth this anthology will enthrall you, heat you up. My vagina would love to give five stars to this perfect blend of heavy-on-the-sex "taboo" erotica, but lack of informed consent threw a bucket of water on some stories. My conscience keeps Playing With Fire at four stars---but they're very, very hot stars, and they won't be burning out any time soon.
"Playing with Fire" includes quite a few sexy stories that really include unique plots and different ways of looking at things. However, some of the plots really do toe the line of what is consentual, and with those stories, I find myself more uncomfortable than aroused.
This book is great. I can't find much wrong with it! There are lots of different stories to keep you entertained.
This book is a very good array of short stories for readers who want something short and sweet. Very well written and enjoyable.
Playing with fire is an anthology of sexy stories about giving in to those urges we know we shouldn't. There's voyeurism, public sex, stranger sex, couples sex, and taboo sex throughout this book. Infidelity is a strong them in this book, though, so it may not be for everyone.
Alison Tyler gives us a collection of Fire and heat themed Erotica. The subtitle is "Taboo Erotica." Cuckolding, Threesomes, Humiliation, Bondage and Domination Submission and a moderate sprinkling of just the right amount of pain, added to a great deal of Pleasure makes this collection of stories a good read for those interested in "Taboo Erotica" or just plain old good Kink. The cover picture alone could sell this book, and liking that, one won't be disappointed with the contents.
Playing With Fire is a collection of short stories that all involve, well, playing with fire. Save for one story that the editor uses to 'cool everything off' at the end. Every story is well written and more focused on the experience and the journey rather than the act itself.