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161. The Darker Passions: Carmilla
162. Lewd Ghosts: Magic, Sex and Horror
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163. Lawless Games
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164. Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers
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165. Ladies of Horror; Two Centuries
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166. The Lady Killer: A Tale of Horror
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167. A Southern Horror: Race, Sex,
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168. Flesh & Fire Volume Two :
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169. Ghostly Gentlewomen: Two Centuries
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170. Dark Masquerade: An Erotic Thriller
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171. Dragon Tails Volume Three: A Gallery
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172. Sexpunks and Savage Sagas: Dark,
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173. The Halloween Mouse
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174. Verdilak
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175. Crimson Embrace, Vol. 6
176. Immoral Tales: Sex and Horror
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177. Sex, Drugs & Power Tools
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178. Lip Service
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179. Uther, the Half Dead King
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180. Mancow tries new spin on sex,

161. The Darker Passions: Carmilla
by Nancy Kilpatrick
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Asin: 1885865376
Catlog: Book (2005-02-28)
Publisher: Circlet Press
Sales Rank: 324665
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In its time, Carmilla rivaled Dracula in popularity as a vampire novel which shocked the sensibilities of the Victorian public. In more modern times, by mixing Victorian horror with the hallmarks of Victorian erotica--writer Amarantha Knight has created this enjoyable, popular Darker Passions series. Seven volumes now, the series includes Dracula, Frankenstein, and now Carmilla, the most sensual vampire of them all. ... Read more


162. Lewd Ghosts: Magic, Sex and Horror
by Amado Crowley

Asin: 0951752839
Catlog: Book (1994)
Publisher: Diamond Books
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163. Lawless Games
by Emma Kaufmann
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Asin: 1931391696
Catlog: Book (2001-06-01)
Publisher: Booklocker.com
Sales Rank: 878119
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Imagine a cocktail, one part Anaïs Nin, another part John Grisham, laced with a secret ingredient, a little something that gives it that extra zing, and what have you got? The new erotic thriller by Emma Kaufmann: Lawless Games.

Emma Kaufmann leads you into an exclusive, high-stakes world of passion and deception - where two ambitious lawyers are locked in a furious power struggle.

John Richardson, the ruggedly handsome partner at a top London law firm, handled his business affairs the way he handled his women – with charm, daring and ruthless self-control.A man used to the very best, John hired Chloe Hamilton, and assumed the proud beauty would be just another easy conquest.

Destined for each other, yet wary of each other’s motives, John and Chloe engage in a dance of suspicion and passion that tests the very soul of their star-crossed love.

As a twisting path of secrets takes them from London’s courtrooms to the witchcraft-imbued Cat Island, Chloe finds herself ensnared in a bewildering web … a seductive, dangerous trap of pride, passion, loyalty, and overwhelming lust. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Lawless is an erotic and suspensful read.
I loved this book. It was suspensful, erotic and fun to read. I was totally wrapped up in the characters. I will read this one again. Bravo Emma Kaufmann! ... Read more


164. Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers
by Ellen Datlow, Terri Windling
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Asin: 0061053724
Catlog: Book (1998-10-01)
Publisher: HarperPrism
Sales Rank: 964639
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Obsessions, lust, passion, and ecstacy are the subjects of thisexcellent anthology edited by the talented, award-winning, and prolific team of Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. With uninhibited stories from heavy-hitters such as Joyce Carol Oates, Neil Gaiman, Pat Murphy, Jane Yolen, and Michael Swanwick, Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers won't fail to capture your attention and hold it. These authors and many more take readers on a journey to the boundaries of love and sex, jumping freely into the abyss of magical fascination and strange desire. Highlights include Oates's Oedipal story of a teenage sex object, Kelley Eskridge's tale of a wanderer who only finds release and love in the heart of violence, and Tanith Lee's look inside Little Red Riding Hood's secret fantasies. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars It was alright.....
This is not a terrible anthology, but it wasn't great. Many of the 22 stories were forgetable, but a few were good, such as Bird Count by Jane Yolen, Persephone by Wendy Froud (I wish this had been longer), and The House of Nine Doors by Ellen Kushner. Most of the other stories were mildly erotic at best. Still, they were all pretty creative. If you're into sci-fi and fantasy stories, you'll probably enjoy it. If you only want good erotica, you might want to pass this by.

2-0 out of 5 stars OKAY, KIND OF WIERD
Not quite what I expected. The stories were a little wierd. There was quite a bit of sex, but towards the end, it seemed tedious. There really wasn't any point in the act. Some of the stories were good. I enjoyed the one about the Acorn, Leaf woman. Mainly because of the Sidhe being in "our time" and known and descriminated against. I also like the Vampire one (there was only one Vampire story), but it ended abruptly. There was one about a "bird man" it was very short but cute. As for the book being "erotic", it didn't give me a rise. The stories were either humiliating and mean (the one about incest), or you just couldn't feel for any of the characters in any of the stories. If your a romance reader, or a lover of paranormal stories, save your money. There just doesn't seem to be any substance in any of these stories to warrant a good read. If you like off-the-wall stuff, then maybe this is for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great collection of erotic stories
Definitely a worthwhile book to read if you enjoy both SF/fantasy and erotica. I thought the stories were well written and posed some interesting scenarios. I think the editors did an excellent job putting together this collection of sexy stories. My favorite story was "The Eye of the Storm" by Kelley Eskridge and I look forward to reading more of her work in the future. In many ways I felt that this was the most original story in the book and I find myself going back to reread it often.

5-0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I'VE EVER READ
I stumbled across this book by chance, and I'm SO glady I did. It's extraordinary, sensual, and a completely wonderful read from start to finish. There's not a bad story in the book, and all of them are of the highest literary quality -- so much so that it's a shame this was published as "fantasy" and may not reach a wider mainstream audience. Whether you love fine literary fantasy or fine mainstream literature of an Angela Carter or Joyce Carol Oates calibre (Oates actually has a great new tale in the book), I can't recommend this one highly enough.

2-0 out of 5 stars Weak in the knees
OK, I mainly bought this book because of Neil Gaiman. I love his work in Sandman and with Neverwhere. Of course, I read his short story first. It was OK, but a little weak, I felt, and definitly too short. As I branched out into the other short stories, the book continued to become worse. To the unread eye and someone who feels the need to read this, it's OK. Passible. However, I feel that there was very littly literary quality to it and many stories really served no purpose.

I've written better material then some of the stuff in this book. Trust me. That's saying something. ... Read more


165. Ladies of Horror; Two Centuries of Supernatural Stories by the Gentle Sex.
by Seon, Comp. Manley
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Asin: 0688513581
Catlog: Book (1971-06-01)
Publisher: William Morrow & Co Library
Sales Rank: 1805972
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166. The Lady Killer: A Tale of Horror & the Erotic
by Anthony Malo
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Asin: 0964096331
Catlog: Book (1998-03)
Publisher: Artemis Creations
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167. A Southern Horror: Race, Sex, and the 1898 Wilmington Massacre
by Steven Weisenburer, Steven Weisenburger
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Asin: 0809087537
Catlog: Book (2003-02)
Publisher: Hill & Wang
Sales Rank: 1623949
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A premeditated racial massacre in North Carolina that was the pretext for the imposition of Jim Crow.

The riot that took place in Wilmington, North Carolina, in November 1898 was not the first Southern race riot and wouldn't be the last, but it stands apart as a paramilitary operation meticulously planned by white supremacist Democrats. Steven Weisenburger, known for his in-depth studies of complex, racially charged historical events, traces the origins of the violence through the Wilmington archives. His book sheds new light on the social, economic, and cultural relations among Southern blacks and whites.

For months in advance of the horrible events, white leaders carefully managed public opinion around racial and sexual phobias and provoked white militias to shoulder arms. In a few short days, dozens of African Americans were slaughtered and hundreds more were forced to escape into the surrounding swamps. The militias' murders and thefts were calculated: prominent African Americans were ousted from elected offices and other positions of prestige, emigration was forced on those with the means to leave, and those who remained were condemned to live in fear.

Weisenburger explores how the white people of a city once regarded as a beacon for post-Reconstruction opportunity and success committed such heinous crimes and created a Jim Crow regime of segregation, disenfranchisement, and terroristic control. ... Read more


168. Flesh & Fire Volume Two : The Blas Gallego Sketchbook
by Blas Gallego
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Asin: 0865620156
Catlog: Book (1999-06-15)
Publisher: SQP
Sales Rank: 1346676
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A big gun in the world of fine art AND fantasy illustration, fans can’t seem to get enough of Gallego’s unique talents. His ability to capture the essence of beautiful women in action hasn’t hurt his reputation either! In this second volume, even more material from his film and paperback paintings are showcased, along with some samples of his personal projects, and more new illustrations, done just for this book! From sun-dappled portraits of quiet introspection to blood-soaked battlefields of wild abandon, Gallego can do it all! ... Read more


169. Ghostly Gentlewomen: Two Centuries of Spectral Stories by the Gentle Sex
by Manley, Gogo
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Asin: 068851782X
Catlog: Book (1977-03-01)
Publisher: William Morrow & Co Library
Sales Rank: 3021628
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170. Dark Masquerade: An Erotic Thriller
by Audrey Godwin
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Manufacturer: Sizzler
Sales Rank: 1821403
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ROMANTIC SUSPENSE UNDER THE BIG TOP Randa's the golden darling of New York City's glittering runways.A glamorous model that lives in an ivory tower of fame, enjoying the glitzy world of designer clothes, flashy nightclubs, snapping cameras, and screaming fans.But a man close to Randahas turned her ideal world to one of horror, and she must escape before she dies.One dark night when she refuses to let herself be sold for five thousand dollars... her tower begins to crumble as she finds her life in danger!Disguising herself as a young boy, Randa escapes into the shadowy streets.But even that is not protection enough, and one morning Blaise, a circus performer, finds what he thinks is a young boy hurt and bleeding in a ravine.Under the tutelage of the rugged, growling Blaise, Randa tumbles into a gaudy world of sawdust and spangles.With her disguise firmly in place, Randa feels safe in this mysterious little world, and loses herself in an atmosphere of evil secrets, darting eyes, and clever disguises.But when her own disguise as a boy is penetrated, Randa discovers to her dismay that she is caught in the midst of a deadly triangle between two brothers.Soon murder runs rampant on circus grounds, and Randa fears the rugged, growling Blaise, who has stolen her heart, may be next on the list! What she doesn't know is that the killer has targeted her as well. Cover: Mia Jennings Mia@somtel.net. ... Read more


171. Dragon Tails Volume Three: A Gallery Girls Book
by Various
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Asin: 0865620490
Catlog: Book (2002-03-07)
Publisher: SQP
Sales Rank: 1261062
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It's an all-new collection of dangerous creatures of terrible beauty...oh, and dragons too! An ever-popular topic, Dragontails now presents a third installment of the fabled winged reptiles, and the powerful women warriors who wield ultimate control over them! Dragontails 3 features original art by Mitch Byrd, Sanjulian, Pelaez, Arantza, Maraschi, Cuevas, and more. Cover painting by Pelaez. ... Read more


172. Sexpunks and Savage Sagas: Dark, Quirky, Exotic Stories
by Richard Sutphen
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Asin: 0875544762
Catlog: Book (1991-10-01)
Publisher: Spine Tingling Pr
Sales Rank: 2193151
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173. The Halloween Mouse
by Richard Laymon, Alan M. Clark
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Asin: 158767047X
Catlog: Book (2001-10-01)
Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications
Sales Rank: 889593
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174. Verdilak
by Bo Hampton, Mark Kneece
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Asin: 1561631469
Catlog: Book (1998-03-01)
Publisher: Nbm Pub Co
Sales Rank: 1856207
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175. Crimson Embrace, Vol. 6
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Asin: 0865620695
Catlog: Book (2003-05)
Publisher: SQP
Sales Rank: 752058
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Here's the latest volume of beautifully wrought vampire vixens in the Crimson Embrace art book series. This new collection features sexy plasma junkies as visualized by such illustrators as Pelaez, Le Blanc, Cuevas, Enric, Giorello, and many more. Cover art by the always-amazing Joe Jusko puts a blood-red ribbon on this toothsome treat! ... Read more


176. Immoral Tales: Sex and Horror Cinema in Europe 1956-1984
by Cathal Tohill, Pete Tombs

Asin: 1852866616
Catlog: Book (1995-10-12)
Publisher: Titan Books
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177. Sex, Drugs & Power Tools
by Edward Lee
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Asin: 1889186228
Catlog: Book (2002-04)
Publisher: Necro Pubns
Sales Rank: 1136983
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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So, you've been wondering where you can get your hands on Ed's infamous novellas: "The Pig" and "Header". Well wonder no more. Necro has gone nuts and figures that one book can contain all this disgusting and vile fiction under one cover. But wait. There's more. Necro is adding a new novella full of sex, violence, whores, drugs and cattle. Lots of cattle. Behold "The Horn-Cranker" in all its disturbing glory. Three of the most hardcore horror novellas in one package. What more could you ask for? ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars 3 FOR 3
Necro Publishing does it again by teaming up 2 old Lee novellas, "Header" and "The Pig", while adding a new one, "The Horn-Cranker", in for good measure. Edward Lee goes 3 for 3 with this collection. For hardcore horror fans only. You've been warned.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not for the faint of heart
Sex, Drugs & Power Tools is a collection of three lurid, hardcore, sex and violence turbocharged horror novellas by Edward Lee in the tradition of the most infamous pulp fiction. The novellas include: Header; The Pig; and The Horn-Cranker. Not for the faint of heart, these sensationally written, mesmerically compelling, extensively vicious thrill rides of the mind fully and completely capture the reader's total attention with hideous intensity. Highly recommended -- but not for the squeamish.

5-0 out of 5 stars SD&PT by Ed Lee
It's a shame the world is full of too many prudes who can't appreciate a good story involving sex, drugs, and power tools, because Ed Lee is in top form here. This book combines two of Lee's better known novellas from years gone by with a brand new story to make one of the newest additions to my top five favorite of all time list.

First is "Header". I'd heard for years about this Lee story called "Header" and always wondered, "What's a header." I can see now why this story's gained so much recognition. Ed Lee does what not a lot of writers of this type of horror can do--he makes you forget what initially got you into the story--the header--and soon you're involved in the story under that one--the REAL story. Header is a story of desperation and revenge. You come in meeting Travis Tuckton, learning about headers, and soon you realize, Hey that's not even what this story is about. Travis isn't the main character. Who's this cop, Cummings? He's the one to focus on. Header is nothing more than a cop story, turned up to eleven.

Then "The Pig". My only complaint about "The Pig" is the last 15 pages or so. And that's Ed's fault because he did such a great job building everything up, my expectations were high. All Leonard wants is to make his low budget movie and win the Sundance Film Festival, and he knows he can win because his movie, based on his own college-written short story, "The Confessor" is great. So, where does a guy fresh out of prison and with no prospects go to get funding for a movie? Thank God for Rocco who loans him the cash. Well, thank God until Rocco comes back a few days later looking for his money back. To pay the debt, Leonard is put to work, and this is where the story kicks into gear. I read this story in just a couple of days, grabbing whatever free time I could find to get through another couple pages, feeling sorry for poor Leonard and knowing I would never want his job. Remember the movie "8mm"? Same subject matter, but "The Pig" doesn't have Nicolas Cage moping around the screen and boring anyone.

And again, my only complaint here is that, with the kind of buildup Lee gives us here, I was expecting some big action-packed climax, a showdown between Leonard and Rocco (and Knuckles), but Lee chose the "let's give them something they weren't expecting" route and surprised me.

Last is "The Horn-Cranker", a story that should be winning some kind of award for Lee sometime. Dean Lohan, South Dakota Horn-Cranking champion and basic redneck, lives in Seattle now with his "loving" wife. But when his father goes into a coma, Dean has to go back home, where he finds something has been killing children by the dozens. This was my favorite story and a first-class job by Ed Lee. My wife and I were talking about this story last night, trying to decide who would make good cast members for "Horn-Cranker" the movie (I'm sticking by my vote for Bruce Campbell, but then I think he should be in everything), because it seems such a perfect choice for one of those independent horror movies that is able to go beyond what Hollywood will do . This is a story that could take Ed Lee to new heights in his career--well it seems from what I've read that his novel "City Infernal" might just do that, but this story could, too. I hate to use a King comparison when reviewing another horror writer, but this time I have to. because reading "The Horn-Cranker" it was like Lee has taken the best elements of a Stephen King novella, the stuff that makes King's novellas the great things they can be, and given them new strength, new life, and new intensity, to make the perfect combination of horror and humor in a long time.

There's a different level of energy to these stories that I don't often see in horror anymore. Some of today's horror seems more interested in style over substance, while some horror seems more concerned with what's going to gross out the reader. But Ed Lee's on a different plain from the rest of us and there's nobody else who does what he does quite like him. He's quickly proving, with each new book I read from him, that he's just a step or two above what the rest of us are doing these days. ... Read more


178. Lip Service
by M.J. Rose
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Asin: 0671041312
Catlog: Book (1999-09-01)
Publisher: Atria
Sales Rank: 693150
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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Ad writer M.J. Rose's self-published novel is the first-person account of Julia Sterling, age 38, a Manhattan wife of the silver spoon set who, without telling her control-freak husband, takes a job as a phone-fantasy therapist at the high-toned Butterfield Institute. (This "progressive sex clinic" is no doubt named after John O'Hara's call girl novel, Butterfield 8.) It's not just a job, it's an adventure, about which Julia plans to write a book. Though Julia is a therapist, not a call girl, her role-playing conversations do get steamy, and she discovers unsettling things about her call-in clients. Her own banked fires of passion become aroused there, too; at home Julia's husband is far more interested in the TV's remote control than unbuttoning her blouse. Worse, he's an infuriatingly smug shrink (trained by her shrink father!) who belittles her; tries to define her as the nervous-breakdown case she was in her promiscuous, screwed-up youth; and attempts to shut her up with anti-anxiety pills. He's emotionally AWOL and refuses to discuss it, nor will he heed Julia's urgent decorating needs (there should be a green Chinese art deco area rug in their apartment, darn it). Men!

Will Julia succumb to the Butterfield Institute's director, who quotes Robert Herrick and "To His Coy Mistress" with classy lasciviousness? Or will her college newspaper chum--newly divorced and in New York--escalate their ancient flirtation? Will Julia's husband's charity foundation get nailed by the IRS? Will the Butterfield Institute get exposed as a sex shop? Julia's adventures are more logical than a Danielle Steel heroine's, although Rose lacks Steel's dizzy velocity. But if Julia's plight piques your interest, then you might be interested to find out what happens when she discards her fear of flying. --Tim Appelo ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A Stunning, entertaining work of Fiction
If there's any new novel to be considered different, unique, and a total exciting read, this one is it. Lip Service crosses all traditional boundaries and enters into a realm of brilliant fiction. On the outside, Julia Sterling appears to have a wonderful life. She lives well, married to a successful psychiatrist and experiencing her own career in journalism. In the beginning, I find myself wishing I had her life. Until the first time her husband turns her away and treats her like one of his patients. Suddenly, I can't wait to see how she gets out of this life she's somehow fallen into. Things take on a new twist when Julia is hired to write a book about a local sex-therapy clinic. Her husband tells her not to do the job, that it would be too stressful for her "condition". Yet when Julia approaches the owner of the clinic to turn down the job, she finds herself not only accepting it, but asking if she can study the therapists' ways, their techniques, and learn their skill...by becoming one herself. In doing so, she becomes aware of parts of her she didn't even know existed. Parts of her that her husband had never touched. Parts that her long-time friend Jack had never even managed to bring to the light. Through the pages of the book, we follow along as Julia uncovers these hidden areas of her being, tentatively at first, and then later on with actual enjoyment. She experiences an awakening long overdue for a neglected woman. Until she has a caller who is different. This caller makes her uneasy at first, then begins to terrify her, shaking her explorative new existance to the core. The story heats up as Julia finds herself trapped in a tangled web, unsure of what to do about the caller, this new job she's taken on, and all other aspects of what appeared, at one time, to be a perfect life. The sinister mystery between these pages will keep you turning them. It's erotic, and real. The work is sensual to its core, even in the vivid descriptions of Julia's surroundings. You feel like you're there, and that's where you want to be. M.J. Rose has achieved the unachievable with this novel - she's brought romance, mystery, erotica, and fine literary talent all together to create a stunning, entertaining, and satisfying work of fiction.

5-0 out of 5 stars Deliciously sensual, Lip Service takes erotica to new highs!
MJ Rose's attention to detail makes her first novel shine and there's little doubt that we'll be seeing much more from this extremely talented writer. The reader can feel, smell, see, and touch through Julia Sterling... and quickly get wrapped into caring for this sheltered woman as she finally fights for her rightful and long overdue independence. There's steamy 'word' sex, and the book isn't for prudes. That's the bad part. The book most certainly is for women (and men) who enjoy their sensual selves and reading good erotica. That's the good part.

Set the stage for maximum sensual pleasure when you read Lip Service: soft music, good wine in your best crystal, a lengthy bubble bath.

If you dare, read Lip Service to your lover. You'll both enjoy the results.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fascinating
This novel offers a fascinating view into the world of phone sex. The believable heroine does not anticipate how becoming a telephone sex therapist will force her to confront some of her own sexual issues, blowing apart her carefully constructed world. The book is fun to read and hard to put down.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good!
Lip Service is a very interesting book. The author draws you into the world of phone sex in a concept that I didn't expect. The conclusion of the story seems abrupt and could have used a bit more detail. However, it's an interesting story and is very enjoyable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Read this author again and again
Lip Service sizzles. Everyone has wondered what the phone sex world must be like. This erotic taste of that world is exciting and suspenseful, like M.J. Rose's other books. Pick it up for a super summer read. It's hotter than the beach. ... Read more


179. Uther, the Half Dead King
by Bo Hampton, Dan Abnett
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Asin: 1561631116
Catlog: Book (1998-03-01)
Publisher: Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars An innovative account of the pre-Arthurian age!
This graphic novel retells the episodes related to Merlin from Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae (History of the Kings of Britain). Told from the point of view of both Uther and Merlin through a series of flashbacks to explain why Uther is the half dead king of the title. ... Read more


180. Mancow tries new spin on sex, in 'Rocky Horror Show'.(News) : An article from: Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
by Pam DeFiglio
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Manufacturer: Paddock Publications
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This digital document is an article from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), published by Paddock Publications on October 16, 2003. The length of the article is 472 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Mancow tries new spin on sex, in 'Rocky Horror Show'.(News)
Author: Pam DeFiglio
Publication: Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (Newspaper)
Date: October 16, 2003
Publisher: Paddock Publications
Page: 18

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