The Collector Paperback – Aug 4 2008
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About the Author
For the past ten years Kay Jaybee has lived a nomadic existence across the British Isles, collecting stories as she travels. Kay is a regular contributor to the erotica web site Oysters and Chocolate. A number of her short stories have featured in anthologies published by Xcite Press, Black Lace, Mammoth Publications and Cleis Press, including Best Women's Erotica 2007 and 2008.
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Disclosure - I received a complimentary copy from the author which did not affect my honest opinion.
These twenty stories are all penned by Kay Jaybee. Stories that she claims are overheard in coffee shops or on various modes of transport. I do not know how true this is but I know this lady can write. Her prose can be so descriptive and this is what makes this collection so wonderful. There is one story called `Late Developer' it is the least of the stories for erotic content yet for me it is the anchor of the collection. It makes me believe Kay Jaybee lurks in every coffee ready to pen her next story from overheard conversations. I for one will be on my own mission seeking out this Collector looking over my shoulder before I drink my next brew!
The stories are collected by the author as she goes about her day, unassumingly, overhearing conversations on a bus, asking for stories directly from a nearby patron or a friend, you name it. Most people are willing to tell her their tales. Some of the stories are short, while others are quite tiny, being only a page or so in length. Each story, nonetheless, is complete. The range of erotica is wide...from sweet innocence and self discovery, to intensely kinky and wicked. Each is a delight.
I find it difficult to say which of the stories is my favorite because they are all good in their own unique way. I can only recommend reading them all and deciding for yourself. You will not be disappointed.
I received this book as a review copy in return for an honest review.
The Collector by Kay Jaybee.
What can I say about Kay? Kay is a wonderfully talented writer that keeps you on the edge of your seat. The Collector is about a writer that goes out to collect stories for her manuscripts. She hangs out in the most public places and listens in on people's conversations. There are some wild and sexy tales in this collection. When I was reading them, I thought I had them figured out but then she blows my mind and it is so not what I thought. I was surprised to say the least. This book is a great collection of short stories that is in the brilliant mind of Kay Jaybee. Well done Kay, well done...