Lips Like Surgar is an exciting new collection celebrating women’s erotic imagination.
Violet Blue is known for erotica anthologies depicting joyful, unabashed sex that is dished up without qualifiers or apologies. The stories in this volume, written by both veteran and new voices, feature women on top, bottom, and everyplace in between. Running the gamut from sweet to scintillating to downright raw, they cover just about every conceivable sexual scenario
Elizabeth Colvin’s Daddy’s Boy” stars a demanding domme and her bend-over boyfriend. Debra Hyde’s Accidental Exhibitionist” explores the thoughts of corseted slavegirl Cara as she models her new fetish gear and services her master in public. Teresa Lamai’s Idyll” finds poetry and passion in a scorching three-way set in Croatia. And Carolina John’s The 9:30 to Edinburgh” shows just how accommodating a British train compartment can be to a group of sexually charged strangers.
About the Author
Violet Blue has appeared in dozens of publications and radio and TV programs; the following is a selected list. Violet has been interviewed and quoted by national and international magazines including O, The Oprah Magazine, Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Jane, First for Women, Glamour, Grace Woman, Maxim, Marie Claire, Women's Health, Essence, Vibe Vixen, Bust, Redbook, Girlfriends, Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Wired, Playboy, Blender, Penthouse, and more; TV appearances on The History Channel's Sex in History series and Playboy TV's Sexcetera; radio interviews including The Dr. Laura Berman Show, The Sunday Night Sex Show with Sue Johansen, and a regular monthly guest appearance on Sirius OutQ Radio's Derek and Romaine Show; and selected websites including CBS Healthwatch, Salon.com, MSNBC.com, Wired.com News, and Jane's Guide. She has been the subject of feature articles in the Village Voice, San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, San Jose Mercury News, and The Wall Street Journal, and has been quoted extensively in several books including 365 Days of Sensational Sex by Lou Paget and The Guide to Getting it On! by Paul Joannides.