Title: Girls Rule, Boys Drool
Author Name: Lucy Felthouse
Publication Date & Length: December 5th, 2013 – 31 pgs
Three lesbian erotic short stories from popular writer Lucy Felthouse.
Girls Rule, Boys Drool
Boyish dyke Toni is working at the local golf club, serving champagne to arrogant, privileged folk when she spots Clarissa. She’s one of the posh people, but she looks like she’d rather be somewhere else—anywhere else. Toni’s immediately smitten and wants to put a smile on the older woman’s beautiful face, so she decides to show Clarissa just why girls rule and boys drool.
Making An Impression
Joely’s holiday has consisted mainly of chilling out by the hotel pool, having the occasional swim and reading lots. That is, until a hot brunette arrives and suddenly, Joely has trouble concentrating on anything else. Her gaydar non-existent, Joely decides on an unusual course of action to find out whether the newcomer bats for the same side as her.
Fear as an Aphrodisiac
Girlfriends Nikki and Sonya are on holiday in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city. They’re having fun sightseeing, until a super-scary tourist attraction sends Nikki into meltdown. Once outside again, Nikki slowly starts to feel better—and, much to her surprise, horny. Quickly realising that the fear has acted as a potent aphrodisiac, she decides to take advantage of that fact, right there in the middle of the city.
Three short stories with three different couples in wildly sexy situations.
The overall writing was well done to me. There were parts that were a bit confusing because of the British terms as I am an American, but I didn’t feel it was too big of a deal.
I would liked to have seen a bit more emotion/feeling from the characters besides how sexy and hot the other character was. The best one really was Fear as an Aphrodisiac for feelings as we felt the terror from Nikki. The transition to the naughty bit was a bit odd to me though.
The naughty scenes were plentiful… but some parts were missing the sensual side of such interactions.
Lastly, I felt like the name let the book down. I didn’t feel it had anything to do with the book or the characters and their experiences. It comes across a bit sexist, which isn’t appealing. But the cover art is great, I just didn’t care for the actual name.
I would recommend this author and would definitely be willing to read other works of hers as I think there is a lot of potential for something really great there.
Lucy Felthouse is a very busy woman! She writes erotica and erotic romance in a variety of subgenres and pairings, and has over 100 publications to her name, with many more in the pipeline. These include several editions of Best Bondage Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica 2013 and Best Erotic Romance 2014. Another string to her bow is editing, and she has edited and co-edited a number of anthologies, and also edits for a small publishing house. She owns Erotica For All, and is book editor for Cliterati.