Violet Blue's selection of the "Best of the Best" of her years as the editor of the Best Women's Erotica series is comprised of the hottest, most graphic, and furiously erotic moments.
Some of the notable stories include Kristina Wright’s wonderful “Call Me,” where an accident leads to a furtive fantasy come true when an obscene phone call goes delightfully awry. Teresa Noelle Roberts brings us the unforgettable “Voice of an Angel,” which culminates in one hell of a stolen moment backstage at the opera. “The Upper Hand,” by Saskia Walker, not only shows why Walker is one of the hottest explicit erotic authors on the scene, but also what happens when two naughty young men think they can play games with a neighbor who’s got a firmer hand than Mrs. Robinson. Kathleen Bradean’s “Chill” features the most unique and compelling female sexual fetish; the tale is so well-crafted that by the time you get to the narrator's very unusual point of orgasm, you’ll find your muscles cramping in sympathy—and likely in shared ecstasy.