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Susie Bright Presents: Three the Hard Way

Susie Bright Presents: Three the Hard Way

Erotic Novellas by William Harrison, Greg Boyd, and Tsaurah Litzky

Edited by: Susie Bright
Susie Bright Presents: Three the Hard Way
Erotic Novellas by William Harrison, Greg Boyd, and Tsaurah Litzky
Pull down the shades and settle in for pleasure with this trio of erotic novellas -- handpicked by Susie Bright -- showcasing stories that are hot and masterful.
Susie Bright, hailed by The New York Times as "the avatar of American erotica," is the undisputed grandmaster of the genre. Now she has handpicked three rising stars -- new masters -- whose stories will delight, arouse, and captivate you.
Connected by a central theme -- the idea that one sexual moment can change a person forever -- each story is wildly different from anything you have read before.
In "Shadow of a Man," Emmy Award-winning writer William Harrison takes us to South Africa, where a photographer who thinks he's seen -- and done -- it all begins an intense affair with the daughter of a famous general. "The Motion of the Ocean" is Tsaurah Litzky's undaunted story about a woman's coming-of-age from her adolescence in the 1960s to the over-the-top sexuality of the 1990s. Greg Boyd's "The Widow" is about the consequences that transpire when a husband reads an erotic novel that his wife has been writing in secret. In it, she has fantasized the outrageous sexual experiences of a widow.
Sensual, provocative, funny, and profound, Three the Hard Way is a pleasure trove of great finds discovered by America's most trusted name in erotica.
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  • Touchstone | 
  • 256 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780743245494 | 
  • July 2004
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Get in, get out, don't linger.

It sounds like a pornographic maxim, but it's actually Raymond Carver's axiom about how to craft the perfect short story. Erotic literature, in our lifetimes, has usually fit his bill. It's short, all right. Sexy stories have typically been told in punch lines, bawdy tales, quickies from a raconteur. I've seen erotic anthologies that proposed to tell a story in under a hundred words, then under fifty. Erotic storytellers have beaten the devil, then the censor, and finally the clock.

There's an untold parable behind the quick and the hot. Sexual writing has suffered under a lot of... see more

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