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Looking to keep the heat? In Sweet Love, sex educator and bestselling author Violet Blue creates a world of lusty and in-love couples who live out their fantasies with fantastic results. She has an eye for talent and only allows the very best erotica in her anthologies: well written, truly sensual, and always with a sexy surprise. These powerful scenarios are recipes for r Looking to keep the heat? In Sweet Love, sex educator and bestselling author Violet Blue creates a world of lusty and in-love couples who live out their fantasies with fantastic results. She has an eye for talent and only allows the very best erotica in her anthologies: well written, truly sensual, and always with a sexy surprise. These powerful scenarios are recipes for romance that real couples can read and use as inspiration for memorable and no-holds-barred explorations of their own. The addictive, hot little shorts of this collection will have readers begging for spankings, breathtaking role-playing, exhibitionism, unexpected threesomes, and much, much more. Sweet Love's expertly crafted, explicit stories will really take you there.


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Looking to keep the heat? In Sweet Love, sex educator and bestselling author Violet Blue creates a world of lusty and in-love couples who live out their fantasies with fantastic results. She has an eye for talent and only allows the very best erotica in her anthologies: well written, truly sensual, and always with a sexy surprise. These powerful scenarios are recipes for r Looking to keep the heat? In Sweet Love, sex educator and bestselling author Violet Blue creates a world of lusty and in-love couples who live out their fantasies with fantastic results. She has an eye for talent and only allows the very best erotica in her anthologies: well written, truly sensual, and always with a sexy surprise. These powerful scenarios are recipes for romance that real couples can read and use as inspiration for memorable and no-holds-barred explorations of their own. The addictive, hot little shorts of this collection will have readers begging for spankings, breathtaking role-playing, exhibitionism, unexpected threesomes, and much, much more. Sweet Love's expertly crafted, explicit stories will really take you there.

30 review for Sweet Love: Erotic Fantasies for Couples

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jean Roberta

    This book is a collection of scenes which are both realistic and staged. In each story, a heterosexual couple acts out a shared sexual fantasy. In some cases, the more adventurous person seduces a shy-but-willing partner into going where he or she has never gone before. I'll demonstrate. Here is the opening scene from "A Little Push" by Felix D'Angelo: "How had I let her talk me into this? As Bolero pounded slowly toward its climax, Carrie stretched out on the bed with legs spread wide, thick pillo This book is a collection of scenes which are both realistic and staged. In each story, a heterosexual couple acts out a shared sexual fantasy. In some cases, the more adventurous person seduces a shy-but-willing partner into going where he or she has never gone before. I'll demonstrate. Here is the opening scene from "A Little Push" by Felix D'Angelo: "How had I let her talk me into this? As Bolero pounded slowly toward its climax, Carrie stretched out on the bed with legs spread wide, thick pillows under her hips. This position tipped her perfect ass upward at just the perfect angle. Her asshole, glistening and virgin, beckoned to me between her slightly spread pale pink cheeks." If you've guessed that this game involves anal sex, you're right. So why is the male narrator made nervous by the sight of Carrie's virgin asshole? The agreement between him and her is more complicated than it looks at first, that's why. Kay Jaybee, author of The Collector, a book of sex fantasies presumably collected from new acquaintances in coffee shops, introduces the first-person story, "Searching for Her," like this: "Fifteen years ago I read my very first erotic story. From that moment I had a powerful recurring fantasy based entirely on its contents. Each relationship I've enjoyed since has had that one sexual expectation wrapped up in it." The narrator's fantasy sends her on a search for the right woman to join her and her husband for a threesome. Along the way, she has various encounters which don't involve any man at all. When the expected three-way scene finally happens, the two women seem to have as close a bond as the narrator and her man, who imagines himself as sultan of the harem. The format of most of these stories (sexual adventures in the context of established relationships) allows for some violent scenes of "rape" and bondage which would be much more disturbing if presented outside a framework of trust and communication. More reassuringly, the "rapes" are eventually revealed to be deep-seated, long-term fantasies of the female "victims," whose chivalrous, understanding lovers or husbands have agreed to act them out despite the risk that concerned witnesses might intervene or call the police. Here is the heart-pounding opening scene of "Playing Rough" by Kat Black: "Click, clack, click.. . The woman's heels spike the concrete floor, staccato beat rebounding off the hard, straight lines of the subterranean tunnel. Each step echoes, a solitary sound in an otherwise oppressive silence." Soon, however, the silence is broken by a resounding thud when an exit door to the car park is closed by someone who then approaches with a steady masculine tread. The sinister setting (where no help is available), the terse assailant and the polished but increasingly frightened, disheveled and excited career woman are all so effectively described that for most of its length, this story looks out of place in an anthology about "sweet love." The ending of the story allows the reader to come down from an adrenaline high, but it also reveals the sex scene to be misleading, since it is not the account of a random, opportunistic attack. All these stories are well-written, well-paced, hot and juicy. As the editor's introduction makes clear, they can be used as scripts for real-life scenes, since every scene in the book is plausible, and most can be acted out in one's own home with minimal props and costumes. So why do I feel as if some essential ingredient is missing? Because most (not all) of these stories are about breaks or digressions from the daily routine of a long-term relationship. Fantasies always reveal something about the fantasizers, but in too many of these stories, the characters come across as cliched or undeveloped. They just don't seem like three-dimensional people with histories of their own and histories together. There are some exceptions to the general trend. In one exceptional story, "Storming the Castle" by Andrea Dale, the reader is shown why the female narrator has begun masturbating alone: her relationship with her boyfriend has become boring. Here she confides the problem to the reader: “I loved Joe. That's what made it so damn hard. I loved him and respected him. We fit well together at work and at home, with similar interests and habits. Everyone thought we were perfect for each other, and I was hard-pressed to come up with a good reason why we weren't. It was just that the spark was gone." As it turns out, the shared vocation of the narrator and her man (archeology) enables them to reconnect on the site of a castle in Wales which is scheduled for demolition, much like a relationship which appears to be crumbling despite its strong foundation. Their passionate coupling in the moonlight is both romantic and "feudal," suited to the setting, and it neatly resolves several dilemmas. In another exceptional story, "Jump or Fall?" by Janine Ashbless, the female narrator is far from bored with her fellow-performer in an acrobatics act. On the contrary, she finds him intriguingly hard to read: "Blayne is a locked box and I don't have the key." Izzy the narrator pushes Blayne for a closer relationship until he tries to warn her away from him: "He grins without any amusement. 'There's this thing I do. It's. . . a part of my life. It doesn't come as an optional extra. And it's not something you'd be at all happy with.'" Izzy is still intrigued. She can't be sure she would enjoy the same kinks that Blayne can't live without, but she also knows she is interested enough to "jump" into a new act which enables her to discover a side of herself she has been afraid to acknowledge. These two characters seem made for each other, and their performances together are integral to their relationship. In general, however, these stories are lightweight and resolutely upbeat, even though this requires being oblivious of some of their own implications. Is a woman who is eager to "try out" various women for a threesome really doing this only to please her Master? When a woman discovers her husband's stash of man-on-man porn films (in "Better Bent Than Broken" by Amanda Fox), can she afford to trust him when he tells her, "No, I'm not gay" - and can she completely satisfy him by herself? The denials in these stories are only convincing if one believes in monogamous heterosexuality as the human connection that everyone needs, and that sexual variety can save any marriage. For couples looking for new fantasies, this book would make a good anniversary gift.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Limecello

    I mean 🤷🏻‍♀️ But - a library [that seems to have a rather ~conservative] collection had this in the ROMANCE section. so ... *shakes head* No. Erotica isn't my thing, but I'm still willing to give it a try a lot of the time. And the thing is though- the shorts I read - I read like four or five? And I DNF'd a few... romances are doing better. Obviously I like the HEA - but I mean - some erotic romances out there are better written, are sexier, etc etc etc. So I was like "why am I not just reading an ero I mean 🤷🏻‍♀️ But - a library [that seems to have a rather ~conservative] collection had this in the ROMANCE section. so ... *shakes head* No. Erotica isn't my thing, but I'm still willing to give it a try a lot of the time. And the thing is though- the shorts I read - I read like four or five? And I DNF'd a few... romances are doing better. Obviously I like the HEA - but I mean - some erotic romances out there are better written, are sexier, etc etc etc. So I was like "why am I not just reading an erotic romance?"

  3. 4 out of 5

    James Fisher

    Enjoy and play. Take the stress out of life.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steffi

    It was good but it felt very fake.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jose Olagues

  6. 4 out of 5

    JOEY GOYETTE

  7. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cek virabey

  9. 5 out of 5

    Janine

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    Jessica

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Kramer Bussel

  12. 5 out of 5

    Debra Hyde

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    Danielle

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    Emily

  15. 5 out of 5

    Eric Van Allen

  16. 4 out of 5

    Patty Schuh

  17. 5 out of 5

    D.L. King

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

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    Cordelia

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn Dupree

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    Sasha Farrah

  22. 5 out of 5

    N.T. Morley

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tstine1990

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Ranft

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    Melissa Fox

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    Kayla Wedel

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    Alyssa

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donna M. Molinaro

  29. 5 out of 5

    Eva Ludmila Russo

  30. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

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