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by Susie Bright

  • ISBN: 0743245504
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Susie Bright
  • Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Other formats: lrf rtf lrf lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Touchstone; First Edition edition (July 5, 2005)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • FB2 size: 1226 kb
  • EPUB size: 1164 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 925
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It's difficult to find that chemistry in a novel. So many writers go overboard in one direction or another

She has been a columnist for Playboy and Salon, and has been profiled in USA TODAY, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, and Vanity Fair, among other publications. It's difficult to find that chemistry in a novel. So many writers go overboard in one direction or another. In puritan America, there's a tendency to choke the life out of those who have too much fun - unless of course, they get down on their knees and apologize for it later.

Susie Bright presents three kinds of asking for it: erotic novellas. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Here she began her sex advice column as 'Susie Sexpert'. She collected these columns and expanded them to publish her first book, Susie Sexpert's Lesbian Sex World in 1990  . Susie Bright presents three kinds of asking for it: erotic novellas. Authors: Eric Albert, Greta Christina, and Jill Soloway.

Bright's imprimatur guarantees heat sufficient to melt an ice floe.

Susie Bright Does It Again. com User, October 16, 2005. With Three Kinds Of Asking for It, Susie Bright once again presents us with a collection of erotic novellas that we will want to read over and over. There is a certain indelible thread of earthly spirituality that unites these three superb novellas novellas. All are about transformation and change. com User, July 19, 2005.

Publisher Description. Three cutting-edge writers explore the high-wire risk of having a sexual wish come true. until her friends and lovers come up with a scheme that opens her up, literally, to her real needs and desires. Includes an introduction written and read by Susie Bright.

Erotic Novellas by Eric Albert, Greta Christina, and Jill Soloway. In "Jodi K" by Jill Soloway, the award-winning writer/producer of Six Feet Under, a suburban teenager is a skeptical part of every high school make-out scene, but her heart is fixed on the middle-aged man next door. Charmed, I'm Sure" by Eric Albert, a frequent contributor to Best American Erotica, tells of a single man who enters into a contract with a modern-day witch and finds there are unforeseen complications even in the most magical seductions.

Be careful what you wish for... Three cutting-edge writers explore the high-wire risk of having a sexual wish come true. In "Jodi K" by Jill Soloway, the award-winning writer/producer of Six Feet Under, a suburban teenager is a skeptical part of every high school make-out scene, but her heart is fixed on the middle-aged man next door. "Charmed, I'm Sure" by Eric Albert, a frequent contributor to Best American Erotica, tells of a single man who enters into a contract with a modern-day witch and finds there are unforeseen complications even in the most magical seductions. The young woman in "Bending" by Greta Christina, the author of Paying for It, can't seem to find an alternative sexual position...until her friends and lovers come up with a scheme that opens her up -- literally -- to her real needs and desires.
Reviews about Susie Bright Presents: Three Kinds of Asking for It: Erotic Novellas by Eric Albert, Greta Christina, and Jill Soloway (7):
Brajind
For those who are horny and not afraid to show it, this book is for you.
Haal
Reading the three novellas in this book in order is like sitting down and eating a gourmet erotic meal prepared with love and skill by the finest chefs. Whet your appetite with Eric Albert's "Charmed, I'm Sure", a story with equal parts humor, magic and hot sex. When the protagonist buys a special magical charm for the day, he makes sure to sample nearly every sexual treat he can get his hands on.

Once you've had a moment to digest that, dive into the main course, Greta Christina's fabulous "Bending" but be warned that this is one spicy story! From the first page, you're going to be squirming in your seat, sweating just a bit in all the right places and needing a drink of water now and then to keep you going... it's that deliciously erotic. It might be one of the hottest stories you'll ever read, but it's so good you won't be able to stop until it's over.

After you've let the flavors from "Bending" fade, treat yourself to the sweet tale of "Jodi K". Jill Soloway gets right into the mind and specific tastes of a teenage girl, and the result is a fascinating and very satisfying end to a wonderful meal... er, book.
Sennnel
With Three Kinds Of Asking for It, Susie Bright once again presents us with a collection of erotic novellas that we will want to read over and over.There is a certain indelible thread of earthly spirituality that unites these three superb novellas novellas.All are about transformation and change. For me, the hottest, most memorable and interesting stories about doing IT always include this element and I certainly was not disappointed here.
In Eric Albert's supremely witty,Charmed,I'm Sure, our hero discovers what is under the fine print when he enters into a contract with a very modern witch who accepts credit card payment for her spells. In Bending, beautifully written by Greta Christina, a woman who prefers one sexual position over all others, pushes her sexual envelope so far out she finds a whole new world inside. In Jill Soloway's very wise and very funny Jodi K. we find out what happens when a smart and lovely fourteen year old gets a crush on her best friend's father. All three of these novellas end with a surprise that left me breathless and delighted.
Three Kinds Of Asking For It is a book I want to give to all my friends.
Tsaurah Litzky, author of The Motion Of The Ocean
Nuadabandis
I'm the author of several books on NeoPaganism. I've also been writing and selling porn stories for about a decade.

In "Charmed, I'm Sure," a dash of magic helps fantasy meet reality, but our hero gets much more than he bargained for. The story is a wild ride, intensely erotic and playful. I couldn't wait to see what happened next. "Bending" is a fascinating journey deep into one woman's very particular kink -- and out the other side. It got me off and made me think. That's all we can ever ask of sex writing.

I wasn't as enamored of "Jodi K," hence the missing star. But the book is worth buying for the first two stories.
Visonima
I'm a longtime fan of Bright's books, because she believes that good erotica begins with strong writing. She's outdone herself with this one. In particular, Jill Soloway's story, "Jodi K," is spot on: funny, intelligent, sexy, thought-provoking.

Soloway nails 14 year old Jodi's voice, poking gentle fun at adolescent hyperbolic language. The details of Jodi's world -- her distant dad who's always reading a book about Hitler, her older sister's struggles with an oversized chest -- feel real and well-chosen.

Soloway never judges her characters. Though the central relationship is between an underage girl and her friend's dad, she doesn't allow the girl to become a pure victim, nor does she paint the man as a victimizing aggressor. Instead, she lets the whole event live in the clumbsy limbo of real life and leaves us to draw our own conclusions.

If you like your stories as smart as they are sexy, this one's for you.
Vital Beast
"Avrat taldor"could become some household phrase you say to your wingman when you're at the bar and you spot your next victim. They're the words that the protagonist must use so his newly acquired sexual powers over others--and by others I mean everyone and anyone--can take root. Of course musing on how pleasant it would be to have that kind of sexual control, access, and opportunity would suffice as erotic adventure, but it's by far the only hypothesis that unravels. In all the slick sensuality, raw physicality, and relentless humor, there remain newer, deeper philosophical territories that make the narrative richer for the digging. I trusted the author's craft from the start, so I knew the plot wouldn't fizzle out into 'the evil temptress- poor exploited hero' dynamic or become an archaic warning about what you get when you trust a female. The story does beckon to some fairytale genre conventions including a witch and a stone, but uses these conventions in a fresh, upbeat way. In effect, Albert becomes the sorcerer, you, the protagonist, the book, your stone, the words, your presented spell, your unleashed sexual thirst, the ensuing outcome, a formula that will leave you, as it did me, "Charmed, I'm Sure".
Aver
So far I've only read the first two of the three stories. (Based on the reviews that I've seen here, I'm looking forward to reading the last one.) It's easy to say that I really liked them, but a bit harder to say why I liked them - but I'll try. With respect to Eric Albert's "Charmed, I'm Sure", it's the combination of real eroticism, a natural cleverness, and a subtle sense of humor that doesn't get in the way of the eroticism. With respect to Greta Christina's "Bending", it's an intriguingly erotic idea taken to a pretty extreme level, but in a way that, although erotic, is also gentle and touching. With respect to Jill Soloway's "Jodi K", I'll have to wait until I read it - but based on the company that it is keeping, I strongly suspect that I'll it too.

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