This is a wonderful collection of erotic stories written by
women for women. Editor, Violet Blue, does a great job of
choosing stories that bring the reader into many intriguing
situations. There are many well-written stories
to enjoy in this book.
From spanking to ménage stories, I am sure there is a story
to satisfy just about everyone. I loved more than a few. I
would like to mention two of the stories I found most
intriguing. In Fulfilling Megan, we meet a
woman who wants to have some fun with two men. As I watched
the couple push their boundaries, I wondered just what more
they might do.
In A Spanking Good Time, a newly married couple finds some
interesting playtime. Melissa finds an old video and
discovers a new thrill. I loved seeing Melissa try something
new with Brian. It takes a lot of trust to do that. My
favorite stories are all about having fun and getting excited.
JUST WATCH ME is a hot book that I enjoyed reading. There is
not a lot of exploring feelings. I got to loose myself in
other peoples fantasies. With so many well-written and
entertaining stories, I found many new authors and enjoyed
some old favorites. It was nice to be able to read
short stories by new authors and find out if I enjoyed
them. I found myself breezing through this book
anticipating and enjoying every new story. I like reading
a deep story or a romance, but a girl needs a hot and sweaty
story every now and then and this book does more than answer
that need. With many different authors and stories, you
cannot go wrong with this book.
Just Watch Me is a sassy selection of the very best erotica
by women, for women. Hand-picked by Violet Blue from the
Best Women's Erotica series, these stories should be read
nice and slow so that every outrageous scenario can be savored.
Sydney Beier's "Reading to Horst" follows an American woman
living in Germany who conducts foreplay by reading aloud to
a tourist from Anaïs Nin's Little Birds.
In Alison Tyler's "Four on the Floor," a pair of lovers hunt
for and conquer another couple. And Elizabeth Coldwell's
"Heat" describes the fierce affair between a barmaid and her
brutish boss, a man she doesn't even like but who sets her
Intended as inspiration for bedroom adventures, this heady
collection of smart, sensual erotic stories is filled with
hair-raising, relatable encounters.