Thursday, December 15, 2005

What's Inside

What will you find in fine flickering hungers?

  • Wetter Has Never Been Better
    Join Stormy as she discovers the delicious secret of the Costa Rican rainy season.

  • Soul Slipping
    a logical poem about love

  • Topping Love
    What toppings do you want on your ... um, love? A story about what's really important in a relationship.

  • drifting
    a poem about winter and wanting

  • It's All About Customer Service
    He's not your average repairman.

  • Full
    a poem about pain

  • Jake
    Every woman should have a lover like Jake!

  • Journey
    a poem about discoveries

  • Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
    Learning to love Halloween.

  • Surrogate Sin
    a poem about a savior

  • It's Just Sex!
    Confession is good for the...

  • It Comes
    a poem about tomorrow

  • Boiling Point
    Carly decides it's time to turn up the heat.

  • Tapestry
    a tactile poem about cunnilingus

  • Say It With a Strap-On
    When the words won't come...

  • ex sighs
    a poem about letting go

Monday, December 05, 2005

Tis the Season

This short story is now available as an Amazon Short.

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Sunday, December 04, 2005

CTR Review of Erotique

ISBN# 1-59426-548-8
October 2005
Rating: 4 Cups

Mandy is a college student who just inherited the family business—a sex shop called Erotique. She is about to learn that Erotique is more than just an average shop.

Bruce is Mandy’s friend, but he would like to be more than just her friend. Erotique just might give him what he wants.

Erotique has been in Mandy’s family since 1897 when it opened as a treatment center for ‘hysteria.’ Mandy will inherit the shop/museum as long as she can spend the night there during the next full moon. It seems that some of the exhibits are haunted — some dangerous and some quite enjoyable. With Bruce’s help, can Mandy survive the night in Erotique?

This is a great short story filled with a lot of personality. Ms. Brio creates a well-written, clever erotic jaunt shaped with colorful characters. Ms. Brio’s use of distinctive dialog really makes the characters shine as individuals. I especially enjoyed the interesting history on sex toys. Erotique is perfect for anyone who likes erotica with a unique twist.

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Thursday, December 01, 2005

Erotique Review

Mandy has just gotten news that she stands to inherit her aunt's shop. This is not just any normal shop; it is an adult toy store with a museum of toys from days long ago. There is a catch though: she must follow instructions left by her aunt to fulfill the requirements of her will. Most of them are standard requests except for the last one. She must spend the night there and do it on the full moon. Along for the ride is her best friend, Bruce. By the time the full moon arrives, Mandy will come to realize that her shop is truly one of a kind and Bruce might be more than what she realized.

Erotique offers readers a short story that is both unusual and imaginative. The idea behind the museum was one that opens the reader's mind with some insight into the history of toys. Although, there is no guarantee that the history told here is true, I enjoyed the extent that Alessia Brio went to in order to make her story original and believable. Mandy is a woman that knows she would one day be the proud owner of the little shop, Erotique, but is not prepared for it to be so soon. She meets the challenge head on. Bruce offers a stable addition to Mandy's life and a relationship worth experiencing. Alessia Brio has earned 4 Angels for her imaginative tale of toys!

Reviewed by: Jessica