LesFic Tales: A Lesbian Short Story Collection

LesFic Tales: A Lesbian Short Story Collection Summary

Join USA Today Erzabet Bishop as she weaves thirteen lesbian tales of wild magic, a ghost walk, toe curling travel plans, kinky places, and stories of terror that will leave you wanting more.

The collection includes:

Kink the Shelves: This bookstore job is unlike any other.
Salted Caramel Kink: Indulge your sweet tooth with some salted caramel goodness.
Charity Benshaw's Enchanted Paddle Emporium: Wild magic reigns in this very unique job interview.
Eternal Night: Lovecraftian monsters haunt the night in this tale of terror.
Red Envelope: Meeting a friend for coffee has some interesting revelations and an invitation that can't be ignored.
Bali High: An older woman finds romance in the arms of a sexy young flight attendant.
Art Speak: A day at work at the museum will bring untold delights.
Orchid Rain: The road to miscommunication is paved by good intentions. 
As You Wish: This employee works hard at granting her boss's every whim.
Ghost Lights: A sceptic visits a ghost walk and finds herself with some unexpected company.
Yes, Mistress: A little kink goes a long way.
Red Moon Rising: Terror stalks the night and a detective has to come to terms with what she's lost.
Ascending Ameliah: Some meetings are fate.

Book Reviews

lilah Reyes

Cool book4 star

This book got me soo wet45


Empowering and delicious5 star

Yes, this is erotica; however, there's something strangely empowering about reading this book of one shots. Sex should feel safe, sane, and consensual- ALWAYS! This book makes the reader feel all three. There must've been 7 stories where I wished the glimpses into the lives of the MC's resulted in a full 30 chapter book. There's an ease this writer has writing kink scenes that feels fluid and effortless. Spankos unite! There are real treats are sprinkled throughout for those in the Life and for those with a curious nature:) Highly recommend this book- embrace the woman that has fantasies within yourself and enjoy being seen by a writer that has the gift of storytelling. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.55

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