Thursday, June 6, 2013

New Lesbian Anthology: Anything She Wants (FREE for a limited time!)

For everyone who's lamented the absence of lesbian erotica from most publishers' anthology rosters lately, here's one you just might like: Anything She Wants.

In the office, on the set of a movie or on the bathroom floor, the ladies in this anthology don't care where they get it on. Power play, first time encounters and office rivalry get the characters in these twelve stories so riled up, the only way to go is down and dirty. Tales of spanking, a wild all-female college party and a waitress with a strap-on grace the pages of Ladylit's first multi-author lesbian erotica anthology.

Caution: Reading 'Anything She Wants' will make you wet!

Stories by Kay Jaybee, Laila Blake, Lucy Felthouse, Erzabet Bishop, Sarah Ellen, L.C. Spoering, Vanessa de Sade, Kelly Lawrence, Giselle Renarde, Alyssa Linn Palmer, Ariel Graham and Harper Bliss

Table of contents
Cliché by Kay Jaybee
The Corner Chair by Laila Blake
Loving the Lady by Lucy Felthouse
Hooked by Erzabet Bishop
Blurring the Boundary by Sarah Ellen
Steps by L.C. Spoering
The Dress by Vanessa de Sade
Behind Closed Doors by Kelly Lawrence
Debbie Does Dalhousie by Giselle Renarde
Vee’s Notebook by Alyssa Linn Palmer
Safer Places by Ariel Graham
Alphas by Harper Bliss


Informants tell me "Anything She Wants" will be FREE on Amazon from June 6-9, 2013! Even if you miss that sale, the regular price is really reasonable:
My story in this collection is called "Debbie Does Dalhousie."  Haha.  No, really.  It is.  It's about a woman who takes her son to university and ends up in a super-hot foursome with three college girls.  Woo-hoo!

Excerpt from Debbie Does Dalhousie:

Wednesday asked, “So, Debbie, have you ever fucked a girl before?”
Debbie’s breath caught in her throat.  “Well, I… I…”
“Oh, she has!” Mimi giggled.  “Look, she’s blushing!”
“I am not blushing.”  Debbie covered her cheeks with both hands.  “No, I’ve never fucked a girl.  I kissed a girl once…”
“And she liked it!” the girls sang as they hopped down the sidewalk.
“I don’t know, I suppose I did.”  Debbie was beginning to feel very flustered, and too old for this.  “It was a long time ago.  I hardly even remember.”
Wednesday stopped in front of her, face to face, blocking her path.  “Then we’ll have to remind you.”
Debbie swallowed hard.  ‘Not here,’ she kept thinking.  ‘Don’t kiss me in the street where anyone could see.’
Wednesday smiled, almost like she could hear Debbie’s plea.  When she turned around and kept walking, Debbie followed along.  She was scared as hell, sure, but she wanted this.

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