The Best Women's Erotica series is known for its sexual honesty and intensity, presenting stories that tell the truth about women's sexuality in all its variety and emotional depth. Now in its sixth year, with a whole new look, Best Women's Erotica ...
2005 satisfies even the most sexually voracious reader. Ann Regentin's "Just Passing Through" tells what happens when a woman decides to disguise herself as a gay man and cruise the local gay bar. In Andrea Miller's "Picking Up," a jealous woman listens in on her girlfriend's phone sex job and decides to bring the scene to life. And Alison Tyler's "Evian" is a classic bad-girl tale: a not-so-innocent young woman with a crush on her boss discovers just the right way to heat up their flirtation - while only a kitchen window separates them from his wife.