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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Cleis Press (May 15 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1573447897
  • ISBN-13: 978-1573447898
  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 13.7 x 1.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #832,627 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Rachel Kramer Bussel is Senior Editor at Penthouse Variations, reads at SRO venues, and formerly wrote the "Lusty Lady" sex column for The Village Voice. She has edited the Best Sex Writing series since 2008. A prolific erotica editor, her titles include Spanked, He's on Top, Yes, Ma'am, Gotta Have it, Orgasmic, and Bottoms Up.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Wow... May 7 2012
By Jason Frost - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Lawd have mercy. Either Rachel must have fingers with the strength of Hercules or she must have the most wanton sex life this side of Susie Bright. Her books are so saturated with sex that I'm almost afraid to read them within ten feet of any woman. `Oral Sex' is another in her long list of good, short, lusty, sweaty, erotic short stories. I tell you what, there are some women in these pages that I would love to nominate for `girlfriend of the year'. Where or WHERE do these women exist?! We each have a fetish and if yours is engaging in, reading about, or watching oral sex, then this is your vice book.

The stories in here are very descriptive, very sweaty, HIGHLY erotic, and very lewd (in a good way). I'll give you a few of my favorites:

`Pretty Dull' - a great story to start and sets the tone because it sets up the daydream for me.

`Milk Moustache' - pretty much the only time would be OK with cloning would be if they found a way to copy Phoebe. She is the PERFECT girlfriend who is dating a dud who has no idea what a sexual nympho he has living with him. But he finds out. Heck yeah he finds out!

`Etiquette' - is a delicious treat.

`Stacked' is about two guys, which is usually not my cup of tea, but something about this story was just... good and nasty. Remember earlier when I mentioned `sweaty'? This is the story I was thinking about.

`Licking Casey's Member (I had to change the name because of Amazon's "rules") - Weird, weird, weird, but sexy, sexy, sexy.

`Clean/Dirty' - One of the few stories that includes actual sex and I think that is one of the reasons I enjoyed it so much. The language in this story is just as raw as the sex. The descriptions leave nothing to the imagination and this will be one short story that you read over and over and over again.

`Trimming' - my favorite of the bunch! The classic "sleep with the gardener" scenario that plays on the tension between two people and the lust between two people. I LOVED this story!

`Your Body is a Temple' - A workout routine gone... good. Real good. Really, really good!

`Snow Job' - Second favorite short story and another very good "tension between two people" story that will make you erupt in laughter and other things if you aren't careful.

Honorable Mention goes to `The Thousand and One Ways'. And I don't mean honorable mention like you got back in grade school for your stupid science fair project... this story... good heavens... let's just say that in order to do the things Naiia does you have to have the work ethic of a Roman engineer and chops with the strength of Jaws. Tupac wanted to know if Heaven had a ghetto. Don't know if he ever found out, but I DO know that if heaven had a brother (forgive me God) then this lady would be the madam.

These short stories are all about the joys and pains of oral sex. Giving, receiving, and watching. Really, if this is your fetish then I think this book would fit nicely in your freaky repertoire of oral media.

One last thing, can this woman pick book covers or what?!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Coming up from Going Down May 19 2012
By Selina - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I'm like one of those professors in college you didn't want. When I review something, I generally try very hard to find something wrong with it so I feel justified not giving out an "A". (You, the one talking, see me after class.) A book really has to deserve it. On top of that, I read a lot of erotica. Mostly that's because when it comes to written work, I'm very particular in how it turns me on, and I weed through lots. All at the same time, it must be well crafted, it must be hot, and it must not piss me off.

So when I give this little volume five stars, take it from me, it's a fantastic, salacious, drool-worthy anthology!

Superbly edited, there must have been few to no errors, because that's usually the first thing I remember at the end of a book. Either that or each story was so well selected for its hotness that it dazzled me away from being a good copyeditor. Each page slid by so that I could focus on my internal temperature and how tightly to clench my thighs together. Many times I found myself stopping after a story to cool off.

Here are some of my favorites, which are numerous:

* "Lavender" by Cynthia Hamilton. Not usually one to enjoy stories in the second person, this one was well done and slowly wound me up for the next story...

* "Etiquette" by Sylvia Lowry. As someone who gets off on Emily Post, this was well-paced, hot and most of all, funny. And that lead right into...

* "Stacked" by Logan Zackary, a tale of two scholarly men in a library. Right?! From the setting alone, I nearly slid off my seat.

* "Getting Something Out of It" by Annabeth Long is sweet and reminds me of a time (I won't tell you how long ago) and the wonders of exploration, being accepted, and how hot that can be. I felt the same way about "Seriously" by Jeanette Grey.

* Let me stop here and talk a bit about the queer stories. An anthology like this is great to me when I have more interest in the straight stories than the queer ones. "Shuck It" by Dusty Horn, "Sucking Casey's Cock" by Shanna Germain, and "Blush" by Mary Borsellino didn't do anything for me. Perhaps I'm just too critical of queer erotica; I felt that they weren't as superbly written, nor as engaging, and they annoyed me (politically) a little. Not enough to skip them or to lower the rating, but I felt that they were speed bumps on the way through the stories. ("Close Your Eyes" by Viktoria Michaelis turned me on, though, and I've already raved about "Stacked", which are exceptions.)

* "Your Body is a Temple" by Neil Gavriel haunts me. I keep thinking about it and squirming. It's not what you expect, the characters are well developed in just 12 pages, and it's got power and sexiness. I think it's my second favorite story in the anthology!

* "Trimming" by Tenille Brown and "Snow Job" by A. M. Hartnett were similar, and I thought both of them to be hot fantasies. It will tickle that entire genre of handy-people coming over, helping around the house, then in the house. It's fun, well done, and bawdy. I especially love how "Trimming" ends, it made me laugh and really love Jefferson, wanting him to come over and...well, I don't have a lawn, so...

* Finally we reach Greydancer's "The Thousand and One Ways." Knowing Grey some, I found him to be a very engaging and funny man who doesn't scare me nearly as much as he probably should. After reading this, now I don't know if I want to see him again, because of how turned on this story made me! The spirit, the exploration, the pacing, the craft...I was quite impressed and slick throughout the entire story. I feel that, for me, an erotica story before this one hasn't captured the essence of a sexual initiation, a power dynamic, and the torrid as "The Thousand and One Ways" does. Being the last story, it definitely made me want more book when it was over.

That's over half the stories, and they're all great. Even the ones I didn't choose were well done, they just didn't turn me on. It makes me feel that everyone who loves oral -- and even some who are squicked by it, like Ricki in "Seriously" -- will find a large pot of stories here that will speak to them and their nether-regions. I highly recommend this book to all erotica lovers!

(PS. In the end, I also will give this book five stars simply because I was reading this in a coffee shop and was so enraptured and obviously turned on that it started a great conversation with someone from the next table. We're getting together to talk erotica next week. Thank you, Rachel Kramer Bussel, for editing yet another fabulous book of erotica.)
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
wonderful collection May 31 2012
By gus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
fun collection of stories. most I found very erotic though some could have been too descriptive and risked loosing me in the details. Nevertheless this collection should appeal to most, as it covers all sexual orientations, something I found pleasantly surprising. good read!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Worth purchasing May 22 2012
By Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Overall review:

Exemplary anthology, with a few stories that didn't grab me - but that's to be expected in any anthology, whether it's a poetry or a mixed-author smut collection: with so many ideas flying around, not all of them will "connect" with every reader.

Bussel does a great job of mixing variable voices and points of views, most of them engaging and interesting on one level or another (for this reader, anyway).

Worth owning, this.

Standout stories:

1.) "Pretty Dull" - Charlotte Stein: An out-of-the-blue extramarital affair with an unbelievably handsome man (Mitchell Webber) shocks a woman (Marilyn) on multiple, beyond-sex levels.

Stein's story, with its intense immediacy, is sometimes edgy and romantic at the same time. This is a grab-the-reader-and-don't-let-go read.

2.) "Milk Mustache" - Jacqueline Applebee: Great blend of licentious sex and love in this story - a co-worker's unwelcome come-on spurs a woman (Phoebe) to explore new, dirtier carnal avenues with her boyfriend (Hamish), with exciting results.

3.) "Stacked" - Zachary Logan: A gay grad assistant-researcher (Wade Reynolds) discovers the finer points a particular library, via the attentions of a summer-hot librarian (Troy).

Tight writing, succinct characterizations and a believable scenario elevate this tale above the usual 'strangers meet and immediately fantasy frak' bullcrap.

4.) "Sucking Casey's C***" - Shanna Germain: Excellent, entertaining and sex-informative tale about a lesbian (Alice), her longtime friend (Danny) and Alice's female-to-male lover (Casey), with an ending that inherently lends itself to a character-progressive sequel.

5.) "Getting Something Out of It" - Annabeth Leong: Paige, having difficulties with oral sex, works through it with her lover. Good, emotive, "hot" read.

6.) "Shuck It" - Dusty Horn: Tightly-written, excellent piece that links food and sex, but rises above that overused device/connection.

7.) "Trimming" - Tenille Brown: A yard man (Jefferson) finds that his good deeds are rewarded and (possibly) punished.

Good story, whose characters grow more interesting near the end of the story.

8.) "New Additions" - Rachel Kramer Bussel: Three friends get together. Bussel's succinct set-up, cut-to-it action and an ending naturally invites - but doesn't demand, a delicate balance - a possibly edgier sequel.

9.) "Snow Job" - A.M. Hartnett: A road worker and his attractive, flash-happy neighbor engage in a mood-mixed sex play. Overall solid writing sets this apart from the usual frak pieces.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A Hot Read June 3 2012
By Akron Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
RKB has done it again with another great collection. These stories are hot; I couldn't read more than one or two at a time before having to put the book down. There are so many different scenarios and viewpoints that the anthology never becomes stale. The storytelling here is highly descriptive, evocative and completely delicious (so to speak). A "must own" for any erotica aficionado.