“Punishing Alice” is a quick, sexy, & mysterious 30-minute read about a young 18-year-old named Alice, who is a long-time babysitter for a wealthy family, Mr. & Mrs. Richards.
It is the second book I’ve read by the author, Guy New York, and by the 2nd page I was flipping through it and didn’t stop until I reached the conclusion.
Whatever you can imagine happening between two guys and a girl, the book has it. BDSM, kink, roleplaying, a couple living out their hot fantasies, friends who are trying a threesome for the first time, a couple seducing a stranger… it’s all there in the book.
And, quite unexpectedly, I found that you can learn a lot about characters in 2 minutes. Guy New York is very good at building character information into an erotic scene, and you feel as though you’ve been reading about the characters for an hour, when in reality it’s only been a minute or two.
This definitely needs to be added onto! Such a luscious tease. Loved the sauna scene. I wanted to stay there a long time!
Guy, as always, weaves a surprisingly believable tale of sex and relationships. The action hits that best-of-both-worlds zone, where it is fantastic enough to thrill without leaving the realm of the plausible.
Sexy and intruiging and beautifully built up. The finale is exquisite and tormenting. I have No idea how Guy manages to write such love and beauty into his smut.
“Kudos to the author. I’ve been reading his stories for years and this is hands down the hottest thing I’ve read of his (and I’ve read some really great smut from him). Show him your “interests” and he’s sure to please, so even if this plot doesn’t grab you, go find something that will. But try this book. It’s short (though you’ll be taking a few breaks…), creative and extraordinarily sexy. You’ll find kinks you didn’t know you had.” – J.M. five star Amazon review.
This book was a fun concept for an erotica novel, it sets the stage for promiscuous behavior and inhibited adults. We meet students, teachers, bosses and assistants along with business clients and of course strangers. All of whom are doing it with each other and in some cases everyone. Wild, wicked short. If it had a sequel I read that too. Lots of fun scenarios and flirting with taboos. -Luv, Four Star Amazon Review
When I downloaded this book, I thought it would be just another overly simplistic weekend of threesomes. What I got was sooo much better. Witty dialog, realistic characters and reasonable situations. I really enjoyed it and wondered where the story would go after the last word, I was so interested in the characters. – Four Star Amazon Review
The stories have a wide range of feeling, from sweet to hot and always full of longing.
I like to imagine the characters are always around the corner or through the wall, so close in this same NYC. I’m glad to have them all collected in one huge book, too huge to devour in one sitting. – G, five star Amazon review
All of Guy’s work is fantastic and having all of QNY in one collection is brilliant. He has a deft command of erotica and you should probably also pick up a copy for your more… intimate friends as well. – AG five star Amazon review
“I’ve had the pleasure of hearing Guy read two of the stories in this collection at readings in NYC- “The Ortolan Hunters” and “The Elevator”- and then immediately went home and bought the book. He’s an incredible writer– willing to explore the darkest corners of human desire while grabbing your heart. He’s delightfully descriptive, and immerses you into the world of his stories from the first sentence. Get this book. Get it now.” — A.G five star Amazon review.
“Was happy to finally get my hands on a Guy New York piece, and it did not disappoint! This book is very well written, with vivid imagery and very unique storytelling from different perspectives of the characters. A very hot read! ;)” —Trisha, five star Amazon review
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.
Zalsoa (five star Amazon review)