Publisher/Date: Xlibris Corporation, Nov. 2006
Genre(s): Erotica, Short Story
These women are doing a lot more than kissing in author Ms. Erotica’s KISS! KISS! KEEP IT WET!
This collection of illicit encounters involves ladies and studs droppin’ like it’s hot and tastin’ it like it’s sweet. The nice-naughty storytelling from Ms. Erotica (aka Anita Brown) is sure to make you spend some time with your lover or with yourself, if you follow my drift. All – and I mean all – of the pieces from Kiss go straight for the gusto and don’t hold anything back.
Especially when you read these saucy tales of temptation. The club seems to be a popular spot to get your freak on, at least in Kiss. It has a woman in the backseat in “I’m Going Out,” and a newbie getting turned out in “Missing in My Life.” T-Pain has nothing on the women in “I’m Love With a Stripper,” the story that has two friends spending all their money on dancers more erotic than exotic.
The book also has others finding passion in the most ironic of places. Like “The Desk,” where the term “head nigga in charge” takes on a whole new meaning in the office. Then on “The Train Ride,” a company trip allows two employees to work more a lot more closely than they would have ever imagined.
Even with all the licking and sucking going, Kiss does have its tender moments. “Our Anniversary” has a woman giving her lover of four years a present she’s always desired, and makes her fantasies come true. And after a long day of work, all Lexi wants to do is have “A Relaxing Night at Home” – until she realizes her brother has invited friends over to her apartment, but it may be an even better night after she meets one of his beautiful homegirls.
Ms. Erotica knows how to turn you on with the power of her pen. She’s been writing erotica for two years now, and already has the no-holds-barred style of Zane, one of her favorite authors. What does turn you off are the excessive grammatical errors throughout the book. Once she has that under control, she could become the next lesbian Zane. It’s only a matter of time.
Because her storytelling is on point – and off the chain.
Reviewed December 2008