The Erotic Woman: Open Me

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The Erotic Woman is one of the most comprehensive female-centric porn / erotica sites that I’ve ever come across, and they’ve been lovely enough to feature one of my stories – a kinky little thing I originally wrote for Exhibit A‘s first erotica contest a month or so back.

The story is called “Open Me” and it’s about an exhausted tax auditor and the woman whose suitcase he grabs by mistake. Of course, hijinks ensue, (like they do) – hijinks that involve a pair of expensive lace panties and our hero’s camera phone.

If you’re in the mood for a kinky treat, you can find “Open Me” here. It’s free to all comers, (yes, I said that), so happy Friday to all. I hope you enjoy.. xx.M

e[lust] #57: Packing Light & Other Lovely Things

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Welcome to Elust #57

The only place where the smartest and hottest sex bloggers are featured under one roof every month. Whether you’re looking for sex journalism, erotic writing, relationship advice or kinky discussions it’ll be here at Elust. Want to be included in Elust #58? Start with the rules, come back May 1st to submit something and subscribe to the RSS feed for updates!

~ This Month’s Top Three Posts ~

I’ve Got 99 Problems

Vasectomy Blues

I’ve always wanted to call myself queer.


~ Featured Post (Molly’s Picks) ~

Aoyama Yuki and My Very First Times

I don’t know how to be happy


~ Readers Choice from Sexbytes ~

*You really should consider adding your popular posts here too*

All blogs that have a submission in this edition must re-post this digest from tip-to-toe on their blogs within 7 days. Re-posting the photo is optional and the use of the “read more…” tag is allowable after this point. Thank you, and enjoy!

Sex News,Opinion, Interviews, Politics & Humor

Prostitution Laundering
That Body-safe Sex Toy Could Make You Sick
“Nice Shoes. Wanna Fuck?” — On Pick Up Lines
Rape prevention
Life of a Sheltered Child: Sex Toys (Part II)
A Tour of Fucking Sculptures Sex Toy Studio
Bashing Belle Knox: Because You GET Porn
Would You Pay $133 to See Midori Eat Fruit?

Thoughts & Advice on Kink & Fetish

Heart of Glass
Talking BDSM: Are safewords really necessary?
45 Seconds
I want
Whispered Words
Aftercare: In Kink and Erotica
Ariel Castro: The Man in the Mirror?
We Are Ethical
Apology tokens, punishments, and forgiveness

Erotic Fiction

Very Short Stories – If We Hadn’t Had Sex
Larry Knew Better
Lasting Impressions
The Boys
Sounds of a Kitten
Chemical (se)X
Shopping Together
Enjoy Being Seduced on the South Bank
Room 6
Caught In The Act
Packing Light
For your thighs only (007 Parody)

Erotic Non-Fiction

Dental Torture
My hand around your throat
Conversations With My Owner
Cuming Without You.
On My Knees Again
It Always Starts With A Kiss
World Champion, Yes, I Can!
Omne Trium Perfectum
When Good Sex Tapes Go Bad
Submission: An Initiation (Part Four)

Thoughts & Advice on Sex & Relationships

Hidden No More
Female condoms are fucking awesome!
Female Ejaculation and How to Achieve It
Mommy Doesn’t Want Sex
How To Train Your Vagina
Camp Dildo
Being slut shamed made me want more sex
Don’t say my name


“Hidden” memes
A Brief History of Sex Blogging

Writing About Writing

Openings and Grabbing Your Reader


Sense Memory – a Lusty Limerick


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The Crimson Bond, by Tamsin Flowers

Crimson BondThe Crimson Bond by Tamsin Flowers. Secret Cravings, (Nov. 2013). Available through Amazon Kindle.

My grandmother was a great fan of what she called  “sensational” novels, meaning novels that are fun, fast-paced, sexy and usually (in her case) covered in images of bare-chested Vikings and heaving bosoms. Not surprisingly, she passed this love on to me, and while I read across many levels in many genres, I always come back to a “sensational” novel when I want to enjoy a bit of sexy fun. The Crimson Bond by Tamsin Flowers is a sensational, “sensational” novel.

The Crimson Bond delivers exactly what it advertises. It’s a tremendously sexy, fast paced romp through the erotically violent appetites of three vampires. Willow, the heroine and the youngest of the three is a sympathetic and likable girl whose most satisfying sexual adventure appears to have been fantasizing about her mysterious professor, Etienne Corbeau. Luckily (or unluckily, depending on your point of view) Etienne is equally fascinated by her. He is also a very old, powerful vampire. And just to sweeten the cake, he’s also married to the beautiful, and equally sexy, vampire, Elouise. When Etienne gets carried and drains too much of Willow’s blood, Elouise turns her to save her life, thus forming a triple, or crimson, bond between the three – a nice little twist on the author’s part, and one that leads to some gratifying complications.

The process of discovery that Willow goes through as she learns not only that vampires are real, but that she is, in fact, becoming one, is what makes this novels stand out from the crowd. Tamsin Flowers clearly, and successfully, created a believable character arc for Willow, one that makes you care about what happens to her. It’s a treat when erotica engages you emotionally as well as sexually, and The Crimson Bond does just that. In fact, the emotional aspect is a critical in how deeply a book engages me.

Creative sex is fun, but tons of creative sex overlaid with tons of emotion (particularly in the lovely scenes between Willow and Elouise) is the gold standard for a satisfying read, and The Crimson Bond was a very satisfying read. I recommend it, particularly if you don’t mind a little vampiric violence in your sex. Whether your cup is tea is M/M/M, M/F, F/F pairings, Tamsin Flowers has it covered. It’s escapist and fun and quite perfectly “sensational.” I do hope you’ll take a peek.

And for more on Tamsin Flowers, do check out her website here.