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Editorial Reviews

Alison Tyler is the author and editor of many books of explicit erotica. In Merry XXXmas, Tyler uses her vast knowledge of the genre to compile some of her favorite Christmas-themed tales of bondage, badinage, and bumps in the night. In a smoky, mature, and occasionally breathless voice, Tessa Dalton performs all 24 stories by erotica regulars such as Saskia Walker and Tom Piccirilli, a winner of the Bram Stoker writing award.

Filled with backseat encounters, dropped trousers, and "lion[s] on the prowl", this hardcore candy cane will leave the listener wanting more.

Publisher's Summary

In The Merry XXXmas Book of Erotica, Alison Tyler brings together 24 playful, pansexual stories to jingle your sleigh bells and curl your mistletoe. On, Cupid! On, Prancer! On, Vixen!

Whether you've been naughty or nice, Santa has a treat just for you. Replete with visions of sugar plums, big juicy candy canes, and stockings eager to be filled, The Merry XXXmas Book of Erotica is a campy, blazing-hot feast of holiday erotica that will have you wishing the season of giving lasted all year long.

Lynne Jamneck’s "What I Really Want for Christmas” is a tale of friendship igniting to passion with the help of an interfering family, good whiskey, and a Santa suit. In Saskia Walker’s "Rapt,” two strangers share a cab into London on Christmas Eve and explore each other’s holiday packages. And in Tom Piccirilli’s "Spider Monkey Loves Rudolph,” a scorned screenwriter gets her revenge on an agent at a Beverly Hills Christmas party.

©2005 Alison Tyler (P)2013 Audible Inc.

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