BY BETT NORRIS
“Brooklyn Love” by Whiskey Blue
Top Shelf Erotica; 1 edition (March 10, 2014)
Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
This is an ebook with three stories of literary erotica. And yes, there is such a thing.
In the first story, an anonymous lesbian makes love with a dancer. They spend weekends together. They get all heated up by hours of imaginative sex, then walk in the snow to brunch.
The second is about love between two Sarah Lawrence grad students. They study, read and have sex together until one of them cheats with a cafeteria dyke who tries to make it with as many undergrads as possible. This causes them to break up, of course, but being grad students, addicted to words and each other, they have cyber sex online even though they continue to live right across the hall from each other. Because she couldn’t go on seeing the cheater, after she cheated, right?
The last may be my favorite, titled “Amelia Earhart,” about two women, one from Australia, one from Canada, who move in together in New York for three years, until their visas expire. Something about this one made me want to continue reading.
It’s a very short collection, less than fifty pages. It is well written. And hot, of course.