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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Campus Sexploits by Abby Hayes

Title: Campus Sexploits
Author: Abby
Sub-Genre(s): Erotic, Contemporary
Publisher: Naughty Nights Press
Publication Date: December 8, 2011
Format: eBook from Author
Reviewer: Brynn
Rating: 3.5 Cups

Did you ever do anything in college that was considered “outrageous” by your friends? Have one amazing night with a sex god only to never see him again? Play naughty sorority games that left you breathless and yet sexually satisfied? Or did you perhaps want to join your roommate in a naughty ménage a trois?

Campus Sexploits is the first book in a series of anthologies all about the fantasy fun days of youth. Four naughty college/university themed erotic short stories to tantalize and tease the senses while giving readers a little taste of the wickedly erotic worlds these four fantastic authors can weave. Worlds of incredible earth shattering sexual freedom involving college or university students and the sexual antics they participate in. Worlds you can just feel yourself fall into...

While I am a hard one to impress when it comes to sexual exploration and unusual sexual situations, this collection of short stories had me hooked. 
The first short in this anthology by Abby Hayes had me smiling as I read the antics of Sarah, Gwen and the Professor. Hayes builds characters with meaning, substance and a great little tell-all college sexual experience. Kudos to her for making me smile.
CM Owens continues with another delightful short with Lucy and Rob. The dialogue kept me interested while the story line was fast paced and enjoyable. This is the first I have read of Owens, and I look forward to finding more writings. As Rob downed his scotch before Lucy lead him upstairs to show him something, I felt tingles with anticipation. Great job!
Let's not forget Willow Leigh and JT Seate's contributions to this anthology. This was a fabulous collection of new authors shining bright. While there were some slight POV issues, they were easily worked through and did not take away from the stories.

Available at:
Amazon (Kindle Edition)


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