Tyler, Alison (Editor). “Three Way: Erotic Adventures”, Cleis Press, 2012.
When Three is Not a Crowd
There is a mystical allure of having sex with more than one person at a time as we see in Alison Tyler’s new anthology of twenty-one erotic stories. The ménage a trois always been an exciting aspect in literature and it invalidates the idea that three is a crowd. Tyler brings us examples of this in some very sensual tales. Just think of the possibilities and you become swept away. M. Christian, Marilyn Jaye Lewis, Julia Moore, Dawn M. Pares. N.T. Mobley, Michelle Houston, Thomas S. Roche, Rebecca Henderson, Dante Davidson, ach Addams, A.J. Stone, Rachel Kramer Bussel, Emilie Paris, Eric Williams, Helena Settimana, Saskia Walker, Tom Piccirilli, Marcelle Perks, the editor, Alison Tyler, Sommer Marsden and Sophia Valenti have all contributed to this collection and each and every story is a treat.
Reading this book is like apple pie ala mode but with an extra scoop of ice cream—yes, it is that much fun. Three means just a little bit more and while to some it may seem to be naughty, in this book it is special. Twenty to thirty fingers instead of just ten provides new heights of excitement just as this anthology does. Aside from being sensuous, the stories are provoking and eye-opening and you really do not want to miss this new collection from Cleis Press that always brings us the best in erotica.