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Monday, November 29, 2010

NEW REVIEW: Various Authors - Can't Help the Way That I Feel (Anthology)

Can't Help the Way That I Feel: Sultry Stories of African American Love, Lust and FantasyVarious Authors -
Can't Help the Way That I Feel (Anthology) -
Available Now! -
5 out of 5 books -


Can't Help the Way That I Feel is a steamy collection of erotic stories by some known and unknown African American authors. All of the stories in this book are tantalizing, but there are a few that stand out. In Tandem by The Big Bamboo, a woman gets the birthday massage of her life by two sexy masseuses. Bubble Music shows us what happens when a woman creates her own masterpiece at an erotic art party. What Would Quincy Do by Elle features a woman who is urged by her girlfriends to explore her sensual side. The Shadow of the Midnight Train by Cynnamon Foster features a college teacher who wants to share more than poetry with a visiting poet. Party of Four by Black introduces us to two couples who have an explosive reunion. Velvet takes us on a day long rendezvous with A One-Day Lust Affair.

Can't Help the Way That I Feel is an excellent array of erotic stories. Each story is unique and makes you wonder when will these authors come out with a full length novel of their own. From mild to the extremely hot, there is something for everyone in this book. Lori Bryant Woolridge even included some story starters so the readers can use their own imagination to create their own stories. Can't Help the Way That I Feel is the best erotica collection since Erotique Noire: Black Erotica.

Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews

Order your copy of Can't Help the Way That I Feel: Sultry Stories of African American Love, Lust and Fantasy today!
 

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