Dy's Take

April 2, 2009

Trouble by Sasha White

Filed under: Erotica — Dy @ 22:50

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Since Candy publicly nagged me…

This one was better than the last erotica, the two novellas bound into a collection.  This one made a few stabs at character development and the plot frame was a little sturdier, but not much.

I appreciated the sex in this more because while it very lightly touched on the subject of *thinking of euphemism to prevent hideous spam comments* “going in through the ‘out’ door” (Sorry Prince!) it didn’t actually GO there.  I realize that is a widely-accepted sexual practice, but I don’t want to read it myself.

I liked the concept of working through a fantasy list, too… I’m guessing that could add spice to a lot of monogamous lives.  Except the whole sex with a stranger thing. Besides, who the hell DOES that? Someone who has lived in a Siberian cave the last 20-30 years and isn’t afraid of things penicillin can’t cure? *shudder* I also thought the two guys & a girl scene was tastefully done.

I’m probably revealing my inner conservatism here, and I’m okay with that.  I occasionally enjoy reading erotica–though I like it more wrapped in a paranormal storyline ala Laurell Hamilton. I’ve written more than a little of it (can ya say NaNoWriMo 2006?!) and edited it for other writers.  But there are just some things I don’t want to form a mental picture of, ya know?

Happy Candy?!



  1. I’m going to have to insist that you start writing at least a sentence or two… was this one any good? :/

    Comment by Candy Beauchamp — April 10, 2009 @ 12:21 | Reply

  2. Yes, I am happier, a star system might work for you and keep me from publicly calling you out *laugh*

    Comment by Candy Beauchamp — April 11, 2009 @ 11:23 | Reply

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