A collection of five erotic stories with mixed menage and partner swapping themes.Belle De Nuit by Viva JonesBelle De Nuit is a darker tale about the mysterious Kara, who meets businessman Brad in a chic hotel bar. Assuming shes a hooker, he pays for a night of wild sex in front of the mirror opposite the bed in her suite there. Little does he know whats behind the reflection, however, andthat his business plans are about to go dramatically wrongOne Item or Fewer by Elizabeth ColdwellHonor and Owen fantasise about wife-sharing, and their friend Rob is the object of Honors desires. When he throws a Midsummer party where the dress code is one garment only, the couple realise this is their chance to show Rob everything Honor has to offer him, and finally make that fantasy a reality.Date Night by Mary BorsellinoWhen newlyweds Amanda and Marks regular date night is gate-crashed by two of their more worldly friends, they prove that they can give as good as they get.My Old Dress by Gary PhilpottSusie and Carol go back a long way when they were young they spent many a wild night out on the pull together. So when Carol brings her new boyfriend, Rob, to meet Susie and her husband Nigel, the girls have a lot of catching up to do. Then Carol asks Susie if she still has her old red slut dress, and things start to hot up. And when Susie puts it on to show the boys, things get a whole lot hotter.Party Favour by Fierce DolanWushu Master Aja has no need for fear, though bringing herself close to submission is a delicious taunt just to be near it, to see what its like, to see if its even possible. When she indulges her ideal fantasy as group bottom at her favourite scening engagement, can she handle total submission? Will she get more than she bargains for when shes finally blindfolded and bound? Cody knows what he craves despite that shes unattainable. Sating his lust in other ways, he resigns himself to guilty pleasures that change his perspective of sex and relationships forever.These stories have also been published in Partner Swap ISBN 9781907761744 / 9781907761751

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