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Best Lesbian Erotica 2009Best Lesbian Erotica 2009 by Tristan Taormino

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Don’t let it be said I don’t have an eclectic reading diet. From a family ranch with horses to:

I picked this book up a while back. It was $1.99 and came with Whispersynch. How could I resist? I love good erotica. Especially lesbian erotica. BUT I don’t like BDSM. Sorry. I think it may have a lot to do with being in pain all the time. I don’t feel the slightest bit of turn-on due to pain. In fact, pain begets pain within my body. So, no. Not for me. And that was the majority of this book. As for the lesbian aspect? It felt more like 50 Shades of Grey with strap-ons. If you liked that, you’ll love this. All that pain without the long story to deal with.

Miriam Scott is the reason I gave more than one star. Her voice narrated this whole collection of stories. Very sexy yet sweet voice. A voice that changed with the characters. I think I could listen to Ms. Scott read the dictionary or phone book. Wait, do people know those are real paper books of heft? Well, this old lady remembers those LA/Orange County door stops and the writer’s best friend.

I don’t like anthologies as a general rule. I like stories with depth. I like getting to know the characters and the world. Stories don’t do that for me. So that was another point against this book. BUT in the case of erotica it is best not to have to wait a long time for the good parts. And I didn’t feel the need to read it straight through to find out how it ends. We all know how it ends! 😉 Unfortunately, not all these stories ended in a way I was happy with. To each their own, I guess.

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The Tagger HerdThe Tagger Herd by Gini Roberge

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a jewel of a book! This was free when I picked it up. It is still free on Kindle Unlimited. Even at full price it is only $2.99. I think it is well worth that and then some.

This wasn’t an action/adventure kind of book. It is family centric and thereby the love of horses that the family holds dear. Get out the kleenex as there are a couple situations that will cause wetness on the cheeks, but the love of the horses and family make this story move. As it was, I couldn’t stop reading. I needed to know what would happen to these horses and this family.

The story takes place in contemporary times with computers, cell phones, and facebook. That makes it even more relatable. Even for those of us who don’t own ranches.

I finished this book too late at night to start the next book. But as of this morning I have already read nearly halfway through. I love this family. I love the horses and the horse rescues that are brought into the story.

Do you love horses? Do you love people who want to care for or rescue horses? This book/series is for you!

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