Body Electric by Lisabet Sarai

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Warning: This collection has elements of intense, graphic male/male sexual activity

Lisabet Sarai's Body Electric, published by Books We Love, features a vampire ménage. A Victorian scandal. Crossdressing, spanking and electric play. Body Electric presents eight supremely erotic short stories that explore the many facets of desire from a wide range of orientations. The book includes acclaimed favorites as well as several previously unpublished tales.

"Lisabet Sarai's story ‘Quiet Evening at Home’
approaches the reader from the other end of the literary spectrum. A hugely talented and versatile writer, Lisabet takes on the emotional complexities of two women who simultaneously discover they're both dating the same guy. It's tongue in cheek and playful, and undeniably steamy." - Gary Russell, Erotica Readers and Writers Association

“Ms. Sarai has perfectly captured the perversely stilted world of academic idiom with its all-encompassing lists of modifiers and quasi-Victorian lilt. It is a world where dullness is a virtue, and thus in parody it is usually far more enlightening than it is in fact.
That is using a formula to its own satiric advantage." - Steven Hart, Erotica Revealed

“In the daring ‘Beefeater’ by Lisabet Sarai, a heterosexual English girl fulfills her lifelong desire to wear the historic uniform of her uncle, a Yeoman of the Guard, by promising to give her cousin Phil the sex he wants in exchange for his help. The invasion of Uncle Geoff's closet for several illicit purposes excites both young lovers to fever pitch.” – Jean Roberta, Rainbow Reviews
 

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Published February 16, 2011 by Books We Love. 98 pages
Genres: Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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