A Premier Collection of Classic Erotica! This celebrated collection of short stories covers the full gamut of erotica sub genres from the c.l.u.b., comprised of women determined to tease men to the point of insanity, to men who are obsessed with shapely bottoms, to the search for the perfect bitch, to... [also published as Chats on Old Pewter]
Young Women Learning About Love in the 1960s! This erotic classic captures the hunger for sexual experience and validation of the first generation of college girls on the pill. Meet Honey who worked her way through college as a waitress, and was very eager to serve. Doris who was always ready--for anything. Mary who was contrary when it came to boys--but not when it came to other girls. Honey, who had one too many--college boys. And Bronco, the boy who had them all.
She Never Realized Sex with So Many Men Could Lead to Romance! Here is a scorching novel that starts out in midsex and ends that way and in the middle the heroine learns lessons about love and sexuality that lead her straight into the arms of the right man for her, and a future of hot marital bliss. Because when she gets a job as a sales and delivery girl for a new ecofriendly product, Virginia found some of her customers were just as interested in her own wares as the ones she sold! Proud and u... more info>>
From Shame to Celebration! She was a nurse but she was ashamed of her body and sex. She had been brought up to feel guilty about her urges toward sex and sensuality. Then she had a series of experiences that taught her urges were healthy and natural. She realized she was not different, naughty, or even perverted, but how truly normal she was. Then at last she was free to discuss her sexuality.
When horny young Cindy Cox went to work in retail sales, she met lots of eager young men, and she rarely said "no" to any of them. At first sex seemed an endless round of innocent fun. Then her boss exerted his power over her and she became little more than a victim of his desires. But few of the men she shared her body with suspected the power that lay slumbering in this seeming young "push over." Nor did Cindy suspect it herself, until she learned her final lesson in sex and suddenly stood up ... more info>>
The Masterpiece of Asian Eroticism! Every culture has found its own favorite erotic novel to be whispered about, to be passed on to future generations, despite the constant pressure of censorship and prudery. England had Fanny Hill, France had Justine and Juliette, America had Tropic of Cancer, and, even before all of these, China had The Love Pagoda, perhaps the most famous forbidden classic of all time. Now Love Pagoda is made available to in unexpurgated English translation. This book, writte... more info>>
A Sizzling Classic of Victorian Erotica! It was a period when respectable members of society publicly condemned anything considered indecent by society, while at night, behind closed doors, they secretly poured over tomes of erotica from the more sensual East. This novel recounts the erotic and romantic adventures of a European lady captured and imprisoned in a Turkish harem, where she is introduced to sexual practices that would have appeared unthinkable to the Victorians, while the framing sto... more info>>
"The Best Erotic Story in English, After Fanny Hill!". So wrote C. R. Dawes, the famous authority on European erotica, whose collection now fills the "Private Cases" of the British Library. This classic of Edwardian Erotica describes the sexual awakening of Charlie Powerscourt, and his friends Bob Rutherford and Jimmy, the Duke of Surrey. The ingenuity of their efforts to achieve erotic fulfillment is lies at the heart of this story. The narrative is further enhanced by a series of highly-explic... more info>>
Long Banned Classic Now in Ebook! The Memoirs of Dolly Morton was unavailable to U.S. readers until the 1960s, and has only infrequently been reprinted since. It is the story of an innocent young girl who discovers and experiences the extremes of sexuality when she visits the pre-Civil War South. Although she succumbs to the sensuality she finds there, and the strong, handsome men, she is also repulsed by the treatment slaves. The whippings and sexual abuses which occurr daily, the corruption of... more info>>
Up to Her Old Tricks Again! When she was too old to sell her favors attained, Mrs. Coates opened a lucrative bordello under the guise of "The Employment Office." The training of new, and often unwilling, employees, including the unfortunate Mary, brought both the Madame and her clientele immense pleasure. A classic of Victorian erotica.
Adam was an artist who painted beautiful women in the nude. And he was a normal enough male to have seduced as many of his models as would surrender to his passions. Since Adam was a very sexy man, he was very successful in his seductions. But he wasn't successful in his art. He had the potential to produce great works, all the critics agreed. Yet something was lacking. One of the city's most influential gallery owners, had a plan. He thought he knew what Adam needed. To let go. So the gallery o... more info>>
The Erotic Classic! In this celebrated work of erotic literature a "he" is forced to masquerade as a "she." When a young lord's mother is ordered to a convent, he accompanies her disguised as a girl, beautifully attired in flowing dress and billowing petticoats. But soon the secret is discovered, and once his identity is revealed, it is welcomed, by the Mother Superior and several of the young ladies in residence!
She was graduating high school, but in an era of sexual sophistication, she was an innocent. Till graduation night when her boyfriend forced sex on her. Then her father threw her out of the house. Things finally looked up when she got a job as a typist. But there were people working there who were just waiting to take advantage of her innocences. Soon her boss and his male co-workers were trying to seduce her and make sex part of her office work schedule. A young girl on the threshold of womanho... more info>>
Second Scandalous Volume of the "Other" Classic Victorian Magazine of Erotica! The most celebrated erotic journal of the Victorian era was the justly famous, The Pearl (available from Renaissance E Books), whose once banned pages introduced many an erotic masterpiece to the world. The Pearl's fame is rivaled only by that of its successor. For, according to the apparently authoritative and comprehensive Introduction by Antoinette Hillman-Straus, when The Pearl went out of business, a new publicat... more info>>
The "Other" Classic Victorian Magazine of Erotica. No one wrote erotica better than the Victorians. Classic celebrations of the senses like Fanny Hill, The Way of a Man with a Maid, My Secret Life and Venus in Furs just flowed from their pens. The most celebrated erotic journal of the Victorian era was the justly famous, The Pearl (available from Renaissance E Books), whose once banned pages introduced many an erotic masterpiece to the world. The Pearl's fame is rivaled only by that of its succe... more info>>
Third Sensational Volume of the "Classic" Victorian Magazine of Erotica! Spanking, deflowerings, swapping and Victorian obsessions are on display in this totally uninhibited, delightfully erotic and long-supressed magazine. The Oyster was written anonymously and privately distributed. The Oyster was largely forgotten until an obscure edition was rediscovered in the 1980s, in the wake of the success of revived editions of The Pearl. Like its predecessor, the revived Oyster went on to become a bes... more info>>
Boy Meets Girl, Boy Does Girl! Then Boy Meets Another Girl! Those Naughty Victorians and Their Irrepressible Urges Are Frankly Displayed in the Fourth Volume of the "Classic" Victorian Magazine of Erotica! Totally uninhibited, delightfully erotic and long-suppressed, the Oyster was written anonymously and privately distributed. Revived in the 1970s, the Oyster went on to become a bestseller in our time, a classic work whose style and descriptions are so frank they still have the power to shock a... more info>>
Victorian Erotica at its Best! The Pearl was the leading erotic publication of the Victorian Age. This legendary magazine first appeared in London in July, 1897. It lasted for a short, but glorious eighteen months, and then vanished--a victim of its own underground status, for income could never catch up with costs. During its year and a half of publication, The Pearl, serialized six novels that have earned the status of classics in the field of erotic literature. The magazine also featured shor... more info>>
Peek behind the sanctimonious facade of Victorian England!! As with many groups today, the Victorians preached piety and morality, condemning others as wicked and perverse--but carefully refrained from practicing what they preached or doing as they told others to do. The Pearl, the long-banned Victorian-era journal of erotic literature, reveals the shocking hypocrisy of religious conservatives as actually practiced in Victorian London. In Vol. IV, you'll be stunned by how the upper class really ... more info>>
Peek behind the sanctimonious facade of Victorian England!! The Pearl received dozens of 5-Star reviews on sites like Amazon and eBookAd including this Amazon rave: "A classic of erotica, with something for everyone. There are generous helpings of homosexuality, male and female, along with plenty of heterosexual couplings, all with a reasonable literary flair." The leading erotic publication of the Victorian Age, The Pearl first appeared in London in July, 1897. It lasted for a short, but glorio... more info>>
The final three issues of the scandalous erotic magazine of the Victorian age! Here are the conclusions to such pearls of erotic literature--"Lady Pokingham, or They All Do It," "Sally's Mistake," "The Marriage Morn," "The Sultan's Reverie," and the fabled, "Miss Coote's Confession"--all to be found in this final eBook volume. The leading erotic publication of the Victorian Age, The Pearl first appeared in London in July, 1897. It lasted for a short, but glorious eighteen months, and then vanish... more info>>
Three more scandalous issues of the long-banned Victorian magazine!! The the pearls of erotic literature--"Lady Pokingham, or They All Do It," "Sally's Mistake," "The Marriage Morn," "The Sultan's Reverie," and the fabled, "Miss Coote's Confession"--are to be found in this classic journal. The leading erotic publication of the Victorian Age, The Pearl first appeared in London in July, 1897. It lasted for a short, but glorious eighteen months, and then vanished--a victim of its own underground st... more info>>
RE-LIVE THE STEAMY UNDERSIDE OF VICTORIAN ENGLAND!! You will be shocked by life in Victorian London as it was actually lived behind the fašade of seeming respectability and moral rectitude. Men and women were no less lustful, and their amorous escapades were captured in each issue of The Pearl, the scandalous Victorian-era journal of erotic literature. This classic magazine, which has achieved literary status over the years, features short stories, reportage, poetry, and legendary novels like "L... more info>>
Beautifully Written Erotic Classic! The Prodigal Virgin is a lengthy tale of Marion Stone's awakening into the decadence of "the new society" and the wonders of sexual experimentation. Incredibly, it was her brother-in-law who determined, with the strong encouragement of his wife, Marion's sister Mildred, to provide the young lady with a much needed education. Wealthy Herbert, desperate to drive from his mind the teenage obsession with his sister's tempting body, knew that the day had come for h... more info>>