It's time to dim all the lights and let your favorite Naiad authors show you their best moves - both on and off the dance floor! ... the incomparable Penny Hayes captures the hopes and fears of young love in her torching "A Little Time" . . . Pat Welch reveals how to survive a nasty breakup with the help of some "Pavane". . . former rivals learn some hot new steps in Karin Kallmaker's passionate "Pas de Trois" . . . Barbara Johnson's high school cheerleader cartwheels across gender lines with her leather-clad "Shadow Dancer". . . and Diane Salvatore revisits with the heroines of her critically acclaimed best-seller, Benediction. In this extraordinary all-new collection, Naiad's best - including Jackie Calhoun, Claire McNab, Laura DeHart Young. Elisabeth Nonas, Tracey Richardson, and Catherine Ennis - will fill your dance card with their most romantic, most erotic stories ever. Find out what happens when . . . ... a non-dancer answers a dancer's personal ad ... ... a workaholic executive decides to give the nighttime security guard an after-hours dance lesson . . . ... a therapist and her attractive new patient get all shook up in an earthquake . . . ... a woman in town for a reunion dance ends up in the back seat of a squad care with a uniformed policewoman . . . ... an ultra rich femme seduces an activist butch in "The Tennessee Waltz."
Short erotic lesbian stories.
A comprehensive listing of books by or about lesbians, prior to 1981. It includes some seven thousand titles, with annotations and a rating system to help the reader determine a book's significance.
Joyce is eighteen, a freshman at a fashionable school for girls; suddenly all that matters to her is a woman twice her age. This beautifully written pulp novel first appeared in 1957 and is widely considered a milestone for its openly lesbian, feminist content. Includes an introduction by Barbara Grier, co-founder of the legendary lesbian publisher Naiad Press.
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