Can't Help the Way That I Feel by Lori Bryant-Woolridge
Sultry Stories of African American Love, Lust and Fantasy

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Who wants to live without temptation? Edited by Emmy award-winning and Essence bestselling author Lori Bryant-Woolridge, Can’t Help the Way That I Feel features women who willingly give in when offered the right enticement. Lemon sangria becomes the elixir of lust for one player trying to seduce the naughty out of one very nice girl in Teddy Bell’s “The Sangria Seduction.” Hard as she tries, a God-fearing Georgia peach in “Bubble Music” by Toi James can’t resist getting her hands dirty at an erotic art party. A birthday massage in “Tandem” by Lori Bryant-Woolridge turns into a decidedly lusty session when a team of masseuses rub their client in all the right ways. With characters that crave romance and sensuality as well as those who take what they want, both good girls and bad girls will find much to love about this heated collection.

About Lori Bryant-Woolridge

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Lori Bryant-Woolridge is a fifteen-year veteran of the television broadcast business and the recipient of an Emmy Award for individual achievement in writing. She is the author of the bestselling novel Read Between the Lies and a contributing author to several top anthologies, including the award-winning Gumbo: A Celebration of African-American Writing. She lives in South Orange, New Jersey, with her husband and two children.
Published March 10, 2010 by Cleis Press. 243 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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