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Whiskey Blue's Brooklyn Love

3 steamy erotica stories just for you.


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Very good erotica is not just dirty words but more like spicy food – you really like it, can take it or leave it or not like it at all. In saying that, Brooklyn Love by debutante author Whiskey Blue is a very good and very spicy book that has three different lesbian literary erotica stories. 

 

The brilliance about this book of erotica is it involves great characters, which Whiskey Blue has written with so much real feeling that they seem to be alive. This in turn makes the Brooklyn Love stories become so vivid, that while reading it, a thought occurred - that I have a friend or two who could possibly fit right into more than one of the story lines. Anyone who reads Brooklyn Love may realise the same.

 

While immersed in steamy sex, the author Whiskey Blue also explores relationships. At times, the writing is very humours, even dark, but in a naughty but nice kind of way, also the heartache that some of these women experience in the stories, is treated with sensitivity.

 

The author, Whiskey Blue, by doing three well-written separate stories, keeps the erotica titillating, the sex hot and varied; so Brooklyn Love never becomes a boring read.

 

Those readers who like a bit of spice in their lives will not be disappointed with this book and to those readers, who have not read any erotica perhaps check out Brooklyn Love, you never know, you may even like it.

 

Whiskey Blue has written for Curve Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Atlantic, and AfterEllen.

 

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