In The Psychiatrist by Nelly Alard, Evelyn is a psychiatrist fascinated and maybe a little envious of a certain patient’s sexual exploits. While helping her patient Evelyn begins to test her own sexual limitations. She finds more than she expected.
Joelle Bentolila’s Four on the Floor is the story about Nina’s fantasy. She’d known from the beginning that there would be a foursome between her, Julia, and the men in their lives. Nina didn’t want to rush it. She knew it would be well worth the wait. Until then there was plenty of teasing and tempting to pass the time.
Next is Richard Baskin’s Emily’s Dance. In the passion of the dance the passion of the soul and of the body mingle into one electrifying beat. Emily finds that out when Freedom presses her body against his, swaying together as the music reaches its climatic heights helping her to let go. But was the release real or a part of Emily’s dream?
The complexity of love was on Stacey’s mind in Sex in the Hampton’s by Stacey Donovan and Elise D’Haene. The complexity and the numerous experiences that accompanies love fill her thoughts. There is nothing simple about love.
Elise knew first hand the many aspects of love. She’d felt the sting of loss and the obsession once a person finds the one. Elise realizes that it is not so easy to say goodbye to a love that touches the soul.
Based on the teleplays from Zalman King’s Red Shoe Diaries, Red Shoe Diaries: Four on the Floor is a compilation of fantasies as told from the woman’s point of view. The sex scenes, most of which involve multiple partners, nearly burn the pages in this scorching erotica.