Tuesday, July 24, 2012

♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥: Transported: Erotic Travel Tales by Sharazade

Release Date: May 21st, 2010
Publisher: Fanny Press
Page Count: 113
Source: Complimentary copy provided by author, via Romancing the Book, in exchange for an honest and unbiased review (thank you both!!)


Something about traveling can bring your blood to the boil: Is it the exotic locales? The chance encounters with attractive strangers? The break from the routine?


These nine sizzling tales of love and lust on the move capture a few of these scenarios: A single woman, wandering the dusty corridors of an old bookstore, runs across a book of erotic woodcuts... and a man with like interests. A slide presentation at an Alaska hotel has some of the guests squirming. A long train ride offers a young woman a chance to examine how she truly feels about her body... with two other passengers. Two lovers on a business trip to Japan confront their problems and their passions in a steamy outdoor bath. A man on a layover makes excellent use of his downtime. 

Told from both male and female points of view, Sharazade's inventive stories of goings and... well, you know... will have you at the edge of your window seat, spinning your own fantasies about the unexplored potential of planes, trains, and hotels.
What Stephanie Thinks: If you like the thrill of erotica set in unfamiliar scenery and involving strangers, you'll love Sharazade's collection of short stories. Even though they're all by the same author, they're each individual stories with equally universal and true-to-life characters. I wasn't bored with this one at all. Read the full review at: http://romancing-the-book.com/2012/08/review-transported-by-sharazade.html.

Stephanie Loves: "'I'm hungry,' you announce, and I almost sigh audibly with relief. Yes, that's just it—we need some transition between 'too many people' and 'too alone'.

Radical Rating: 9 hearts: Loved it! This book has a spot on my favorites shelf. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥