Best Bondage Erotica 2 by Alison Tyler

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Is your idea of couples' therapy a blindfold and a length of white rope? Does your Emergency Preparedness kit contain an extra set of handcuff keys? If you thrill to fantasies of restraint, these are the stories for you: 22 erotic adventures from the dirty minds of Thomas S. Roche, M. Christian, Rachel Kramer Bussel, and others. In Ayre Riley's breathless "All Tied Down," a girl named Gracie discovers that her "good-guy" boyfriend has read her journal and knows her every naughty wish. Marilyn Jaye Lewis's "Dinner at 8" is a socialite's trip to the dark side: an adulterous hour in a cheap Brooklyn hotel at the cruel mercies of her working-class lover. And in Tom Piccirilli's "It Ain't Always Easy," a casual hook-up takes a saucy turn when a pair of handcuffs is discovered in a nightstand drawer. Editor Alison Tyler returns with more of the perverse, pansexual, and scorchingly hot stories that made the first volume of Best Bondage Erotica melt off the shelves.
 

About Alison Tyler

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Alison Tyler's previous Cheek books include Rumours, Sticky Fingers, and Sweet Thing. Tristan Taormino is the editor of "On Our Backs" and a columnist for the "Village Voice, Taboo, " Penthouse.com, "Spectator, " and "The Loop." She is the author of "The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women, " and directed, produced, and starred in two videos based on the book. She is the editor of the Best Lesbian Erotica series, for which she has edited seven volumes. Taormino has appeared on the "Howard Stern Show, Loveline, " HBO's "Real Sex, " MTV, and the Discovery Channel. She teaches workshops and lectures on sex nationwide. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Published August 1, 2005 by Cleis Press. 250 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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