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Tulchinsky, and Bente Clod uncover the depths of erotic desire and scale the heights of sensual bliss in the pages of this culturally diverse and fascinating anthology. The eyeless tusker looks back at us bleakly, as well it might. With Tipping the Velvet we drop the gothic and mystery elements and amp up the queer elements. Find her on Twitter , Goodreads , Facebook , and Tumblr. Scissor Link by Georgette Kaplan Like Owning Regina , Scissor Link has an age gap between the two leading ladies, with the added bonus that they are also boss and employee.
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Winter is an excellent time to curl up with a naughty book, and there are quite a few new good ones out there to choose from. The social teachings experienced by men and women throughout their lives may mediate their subjective feelings of sexual arousal in response to sexual stimuli. A comparison of cognitive and physiological responses by continuous measurement. Set some unknown time in the future a city state has become a virtual dictatorship due to the power wielded by the head of the IdA, a murky quasi police force that has the power to take away your identity if you cross it. The authors demonstrate that men and women did not differ overall in their neuronal response to the sexual stimuli as compared to IAPS control pictures of matched valence and arousal in response to images without available context. This is an excellent tension filled suspense novel with a strong romantic thread that adds to the overall sense of anticipation.
This collection takes us to other times and places too. We publish new releases on a daily basis, have a team of reviewers who try to help you understand what to expect from a book, we publish the occasional author interview, and have author pages with in-depth information. Our Team of Reviewers: Annie Neugebauer likes to make things as challenging as possible for herself by writing horror, poetry, literary, and speculative fiction—often blended together in ways ye olde publishing gods have strictly forbidden. Only two stories appeared to explicitly feature people of color, no one seemed to have a disability of any kind, and nearly all of the stories were about sex with new partners.