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  • Paperback: 235 pages
  • Publisher: Cleis Press (March 1 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1573443441
  • ISBN-13: 978-1573443449
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 14 x 1.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #463,897 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Rachel Kramer Bussel's other kinky books include He's on Top, She's on Top, Caught Looking, Hide and Seek, Crossdressing, Naughty Spanking Stories from A to Z, and the non-fiction collection Best Sex Writing 2008. She hosts the In The Flesh Erotic Reading Series, is Senior Editor at Penthouse Variations and formerly wrote the Lusty Lady sex column for The Village Voice. Visit her at

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By creston on March 15 2013
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This is not what I was expecting in this book and it is definitely not for me. Maybe ok for someone else but not me.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Perfect, Sexy Erotica July 9 2010
By Miss Kay - Published on
Format: Paperback
I'm amazingly impressed. I've read tons of erotic anthologies like this one, and this is the only one to be downright erotic and sometimes just a great read. All of the stories focus on sex in hotels, but unlike other novels, Rachel chose to use some amazing stories in this anthology. For example, we actually get to read a story about a girl with OCD and her husband where they try to escape to hotel rooms to avoid the germs so they can actively have sex. Or we read a story about a woman who, after being nagged by her boyfriend, agrees to have a threesome with another women, but once the two women start, they completely ignore the guy after he starts acting like an idiot, and instead, we get to focus on the two girls' pleasures. Overall, an amazingly collection that has tugged my emotions all the way from "aww" to aroused. I'm amazingly, amazingly impressed.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Not Now, I'm busy reading. March 8 2009
By Erobintica - Published on
Format: Paperback
Knock knock knock. Not now, I'm busy. I'm trying to read.
Can't you see the sign hanging on the doorknob?


Well, if you're reading "Do Not Disturb: Hotel Sex Stories", edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel, you might not want to be interrupted, but you won't be falling asleep, especially if you're not alone. These twenty stories will have you itching to pack your bags. Bring a friend, or meet one. Or a stranger for that matter.

All the stories are first class, though like hotel stays, they're all different. Here's some that I especially enjoyed.

Maxim Jakubowski's "G Is for Gypsy" is delightfully melancholy. A man who travels a lot has been given a room with memories. "So, here I sit in room 411 of the Palace Hotel. I am naked. I am pitiful." Oh, but he's not watching the Discovery Channel.

In Kristina Wright's "The Other Woman", a guy's ménage a trois fantasy birthday request has an wonderfully unexpected outcome. "Oh, hon, don't thank me. You are delicious."

Tess Danesi's "The Royalton - A Daray Tale" has us following right along with the directions. "5) At 5:00, put on the blindfold, put a set of handcuffs around both wrists, and secure your left arm to the back rail of the chair. Wait." Nobody is disappointed.

"Reunion" is Lisabet Sarai's masterful tale of long-time lovers meeting up for some quality time together after a few years separation. "I'll get you whipped into shape in no time."

There's so many more rooms to explore - you can get "Tightly Tucked" (Alison Tyler), enjoy some "Room Service" (Donna George Storey), spend "Hump Day" (Rachel Kramer Bussel) or "The Lunch Break" (Saskia Walker). "It's So Simple a Place" (Isabelle Gray) for "Talking Dirty" (Shanna Germain). Oh, and so much more.

Okay, okay. I'm done - you can come in now.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Sex with a theme, not a theme with sex March 29 2009
By Muppethead - Published on
Format: Paperback
Often when you read a collection of themed erotica, you find that the stories focus much more on the theme (such as politics or science) than on the sex. While the theme may be interesting, you're often left unsatisfied by the erotic nature of the stories. In Do Not Disturb, Rachel Kramer Bussel has taken a theme that is almost synonymous with sex and added more sex. It works out beautifully. All of the stories have the cohesive hotel setting, but each explores it in a unique and very erotic way. As with any collection, a few of the stories didn't do much for me, but most of the adventures in this book were hot enough to make me read one-handed. A few of them even gave me a few naughty ideas to try out. Do Not Disturb is one of the better erotic collections out there, and possibly the best themed collection I've read yet.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Behind Closed Doors... March 13 2009
By Akron Reader - Published on
Format: Paperback
Yet again RKB has come out with a hot and sexy collection of stories that definitely pleases. For me, these stories are meant to be enjoyed in single servings, perusing one, lingering over it, finding someone to enjoy it with before moving on to the next. My favorite of the collection is "The Royalton - A Daray Tale"... a very hot mix of submission, anticipation and mystery. But all of the tales have something to offer, some kinkier than others, but all satisfying.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Some great stories, but a few I could have done without April 4 2009
By Alyssa - Published on
Format: Paperback
I did really love a few of the stories in this anthology. The concept of it was fun: what can people do in hotels that they wouldn't do at home, surrounded by the markers of daily life? I haven't had a whole lot of sex in hotels, and this was a fun way to live vicariously.

I liked Tightly Tucked by Alison Tyler for its audacity. Memphis by Gwen Masters almost made me want to have an affair with someone who's taken, just for how well it captured the frisson of taboo in that situation. Talking Dirty by Shanna Germain was a sweet story, and I thought Reunion by Lisabet Sarai was a sexy story while still being emotionally charged. Hump Day by Rachel Kramer Bussel herself was fun; I usually like her writing, and this was no exception.

All that said, I think Greta Cristina had a point when she recently said that the flood of available erotica books means that there is less consistent quality in the stories published. I think it's a good thing that you can walk into big book stores and buy sexy stories easily as pie, but this book has a couple examples of stories that weren't as fleshed out or well-written. The St. George Hotel, 1980 was a little rushed and implausible, Heart Shaped Holes read to me like a caricature of an erotic story, and a few more were just kind of bland.

Overall, though, this book is worth buying and reading for the excellent stories that are in it, and I'm sure other people will have different favorites. The good thing about an anthology is you can always just skim or skip the stories you don't like.