All steamed up and nothing to read? Best Women's Erotica 2007 opens a Pandora's box of pleasures, with scorching encounters, dreamy partners, and heart-pounding thrills. In Teresa Noelle Roberts' ''Voice of an Angel,'' an opera costumer helplessly infatuated with a countertenor - a man who sings a female part in baroque opera - makes interesting discoveries as she measures his inseam. In Susie Hara's ''Puffy Lips,'' a refined woman indulges her primitive urge to take what she wants from a modern-day caveman in a dark alley. Kathleen Bradean's ''Chill'' describes the lengths to which the heroine will go to enact her unusual, icy fetish at an exclusive ''spa.'' ''Kink was the candy coating that made sex tastier,'' she explains. ''Fetish was sweet dark chocolate, straight up.'' Stylishly edited by Violet Blue, the Best Women's Erotica series showcases the most daring, best-written erotica available.--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.