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on Oct. 21, 2011 :
Let me start by taking a snippit from the description of the book:
"Nothing is held back, or censored. Tales of men in uniform, school girl crushes, best friends, and more, are revealed in explicit detail in stories you won't soon forget. Raw, gritty, and sure to make you beg for more, Diary of a Nympho is sex at its dirtiest!"
Ok, let me state this first off. If you are looking for dirty and raw sex, this isn't it. In fact the stories almost read like they are from a romance novel rather than an erotic writer. The details aren't that indepth, the writing isn't that descriptive, and the stories themselves feel like the reader is just skimming the experience rather than getting into the "explicit detail" that they were promised.
Yes, some of the subject matter is taboo...sort of. Actually, not really at all. So the stories don't even really have that to tempt new readers with.
The diary form is an interesting way to present these stories. That said, the character writes like she's fifteen instead of 'as age' as she is supposed to be. This gets to be annoying after awhile as she goes on and on about things you could really care less about. There's no character building here as well. Oh sure, you could argue that it's erotic fiction, but that's no reason NOT to have some form of a decent plot or character development to the stories. They are, after all, connected in a long string.
In the end, don't pick this collection up unless you are really, really desperate for erotic fiction. You'll do better going and finding another writer, one that will give you the gritty details that will leave you panting in your bed rather than skimming the story because you've gotten bored with it.
(reviewed long after purchase)