Do you remember being 18? The breathless, sweaty, all-consuming obsession you had with sex? It might seem a long time ago and, these days, you'd rather watch TV most nights. But you can recapture the agony and ecstasy of frustrated teenage desire by reading Lusty Soul's "The Fence." Tom is desperate to get to the next base - or preferably hit a home run - with his girlfriend, Jen. But she enjoys teasing him, dangling promises of further intimacy in front of him, only to snatch them away. He has a serious case of blue balls. He's just switching to manual when .... I don't want to give too much away. But let's just say many a young man has dreamed of an older, more dominant woman taking him in hand (so to speak) and showing him what it's really all about. Lusty Soul is a great writer. She has an uncanny ear for the exact turn of phrase to maximize the erotic impact of every moment. And she can create believable, likeable characters, with a nice line in dialogue. I can't recommend this too strongly. Even if you read a lot of racy literature and feel that your sexual palate has become jaded, Lusty Soul's "The Fence" will have your heart racing as if you too were 18 again and longing for your first erotic encounter.