Knife’s Edge: Kinky Lesbian Erotica

Knife’s Edge: Kinky Lesbian Erotica

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Knife’s Edge: Kinky Lesbian Erotica: 12 stories about spanking, surrender, restraints and some of the fun a few inventive gals can cook up with each other.  What else? There are pirates and aliens and cowgirls and the hottest meter maid you’ll ever run across. Add in a vampire or two and the hottest fantasies you ever entertained about the girl’s field hockey team and you’re in for one wild ride. Includes new as well as previously uncollected stories.

Table of Contents:

  • Reunion at St. Mary’s
  • On the Spanish Main
  • Arachne
  • The Hands of a Princess
  • El Tigre
  • An Incident in Whitechapel
  • Planet 10
  • Cowgirls and Science
  • D is for Denial
  • Wage Slave
  • Lovely Rita, Meter Maid
  • Polar Vortex

Additional information

Publication Date

April 12, 2017

ISBN

978-0-9981082-3-0

2 reviews for Knife’s Edge: Kinky Lesbian Erotica

  1. Queen of Swords

    New review from writer Annabeth Leong says: “…a collection of stories that reaches impressive heights of kink, strikes strong emotional notes, and surprises and delights through new ways of handling favorite scenarios.”
    Read the rest of the review here: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1985662286

  2. Queen of Swords

    Lisabet Sarai, Beyond Romance, says, ” When I saw that Emily Byrne’s new collection was entitled Knife’s Edge, I crossed my fingers, hoping the book would include her story “An Incident in Whitechapel”. Though I first encountered it years ago, this tale of a cross-dressing knife and scissors grinder on the trail of Jack the Ripper has remained in my memory as one of the very best erotic short stories I’ve ever read. As thick with atmosphere as the notorious London fog, “Incident” combines intense and passionate BDSM with social commentary and a stunningly ambiguous ending. Its depth and richness impressed me more than ever on my second (and then third) read. In truth, this story alone is worth the price of this book.

    If you do buy Knife’s Edge, though, you’ll get more than just this gem.” (excerpt)

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