EMILY DUBBERLEY & ALY FIXTER - Another outstanding collection of red hot stories, with proceeds going to breast cancer charity, ULTIMATE BURLESQUE celebrates the art of strip tease with new tales from the creme de la creme of Britain’s new generation of erotic writers. As surprising as it is varied.
October is Cancer Awareness Month and Accent Press have produced a collection of erotic short stories, revolving around the world of burlesque, with money from the sales of the books going to Cancer Awareness Charities. So maybe indulge your naughty side knowing that it is all for a very worthy cause.
Enter the sparkling world of burlesque as you’ve never seen it before. The UK’s top erotic writers revel in the erotic glamour of fluttering eyelashes, twirling tassels and more than a hint of stocking.
Sapphic encounters, fetish fun, sensual exploration, kinky submission and domination – whatever your pleasure these stories are guaranteed to provide the ultimate tease.
Samuel Johnson, died 1784, in London. His best-known work was published in 1755 after nine years of work. Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language had a far-reaching impact on Modern English.