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Did I really read this all in one sitting? I promised myself I’d make it last!

As with his previous collection, Quickies In New York, Stories: Winter to Spring Guy New York’s stories sucked me in and spat me out with a huge grin on my face. Unlike the previous collection, this book followed a continuous storyline of Guy’s interactions with his friends and lovers. Featuring textured, believable characters, I found myself really able to empathize with the motley crew of participants in love, drinks, and schenanigans. If you’re in open relationships (or are curious about them) these stories give lovely & hot examples of what that can be like. I particularly enjoyed the combination of tasty sex and actual human interactions – this is no simple suck & a-four-letter-rhyming-word-Amazon-won’t-let-me-include-in-this-review*, including the messy and joyous emotions that come with the territory.

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Love and Kink

Love and Kink

I absolutely love this. This writing is so approchable, honest, realistic. It is inspirational to say the least, as a writer myself, I find Guy’s words are chosen well, and don’t come off as cheesy, or overly graphic. Very well done erotica.

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“If Henry Miller were alive today (and had a visual sense as acute as his intellect) he’d be doing something like this. What I particularly love is that this is erotica that appeals to my mind and spirit as much as my blood and balls. In both words and images, Quickies in New York finds eroticism everywhere from street-level vulgar to penthouse sublime. It doesn’t shy away from the chaos and emptiness that sometimes comes on the heels of ecstasy. The work is classy, gorgeous, and thoughtful.”

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dbi-cover“This book keeps on challenging me, pushing the edges of my kink as I watch a game of sexual brinkmanship unfold between Thomas and Kelly. Tap dancing on the edge of how much lust can override the couples ability to have a safe and loving relationship. The story is hot, and has my heart in my throat as I keep hoping for the lovers to make it work, to find some way to find an equilibrium where they can be happy and aroused without having to run headlong over cliffs of trust.”

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island-new-web“Impossible to believe that this is a first novel. It feels so assured, so wise; and the “edge” of the title teaches us so much about internalized morality that the text is almost a manual of emotional intelligence…. Now, at last, the Age of the Internet is producing its own fine young novelists; one of them wrote this book.”

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