Liaisons (Black Lace)



Liaisons (Black Lace)Indulgent And Sensual, Outrageous And Taboo, But Always Highly Erotic, This New Collection Of Black Lace Stories Takes The Illicit And Daring Rendezvous With A Lover Or Lovers As Its Theme Popular Black Lace Authors Like Portia Da Costa And Janine Ashbless Contribute Saucy Tales, As Do A Number Of Brand New Passionate And Edgy Voices From The US Packed With A Broad And Thrilling Range Of Women S Sexual Fantasies.

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Liaisons (Black Lace)
  • Lindsay Gordon
  • English
  • 01 September 2017
  • 9780352345165

14 thoughts on “Liaisons (Black Lace)

  1. Jean Roberta says:

    Black Lace, an imprint of Virgin Publishing in the United Kingdom, now owned by Random House, is erotica by women for women The stories contain a lot of sexual description and are mostly heterosexual romances with happy endings The themes of the anthologies are broad and fairly conventional by now Unlike quirkier collections from smaller publishers, these stories belong to a recognizable brand well written, effective as one handed reading, but light on character development and philosophical analysis These stories challenge the persistent double standard of sexual morality which still limits women s sexual choices, and they deserve to be read for this reason alone Fiction which seriously challenges or illuminates the status quo needs to be found elsewhere As the saying goes, it is what it is The Black Lace novels and anthologies continue to occupy a worthy niche between traditional porn badly written and edited, cheaply produced, intended to be used once and thrown away and literary erotica which thoughtfully probes, as it were, the significance of sex in the complex context of life Black Lace books generally seem free of clunky prose, grammatical or technical errors, and they are attractively produced I think of them as a ...

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