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Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year, Volume 3 (Paperback)
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Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year, Volume 3 will prove to be yet another stellar addition to this body-tingling series--the gold standard for erotic lesbian fiction. This year it journeys into the world of lesbian sex with unique and sometimes kinky stories that push lesbian lust and desire to new heights of pleasure. Edited by award-winning editor Sacchi Green, this latest edition is sensual, inventive, and utterly breathtaking.
About the Author
Sacchi Green has co-edited the anthologies Rode Hard, Put Away Wet<>/i>, Hard Road, Easy Riding, and Lipstick on Her Collar. Her stories have appeared in an array of erotica publications, including Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Women?s Erotica, The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica and Best Lesbian Romance. She lives in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts and you can follow her online at sacchig.livejournal.com. Girl Crazy This anthology was arousing and has given me plenty of material to fantasize with." —On Her Back "Foreplay and buildup are exquisite, because it has an overarching theme of identity, and beginning to figure out what the feelings you're having all mean. There is gentleness, loss of virginity, new feelings and sensations. It is poignant, innocent." —Millennial Toybox
"Readers are taken to the highest of heights and a bevy of locales in this newest collection of steamy f/f shorts. Recommended for stalwart erotic anthology fans as well as those seeking a wonderfully naughty inauguration to the genre." --Library Journal, November 15, 2018
— Library Journal
"A fantastic book to add to your erotica collection or keep at the bedside for one handed reading (snuggle it with your favorite toy and you’ve got a hit)." --Smutgeek
"Sacchi Green has assembled a dazzling assortment of stories that explore lesbian desire from a wide range of perspectives... To put it colloquially, they knocked my socks off." --Lisabet Sarai
— Lisabet Sarai