Dahlia: a Club Coquette Tale

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Caroline Werth has built a successful lingerie store out of a simple concept: teaching women to love their bodies. So when one of her longtime employees recruits a new girl to work at the store, Caroline will have to make sure that the new girl lives up to the company credo.
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Lesbian Erotica
  • Erotica themes: Unknown
  • Words: 3,920
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781465810472
About Cheyenne West

My mother is a poet; my father is an architect. I own and manage Club Coquette in downtown Conshohocken during the day. At night, I write. And every time I'm told what a dirty mind I have, I take it as a compliment.

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Lotta Bangs reviewed on on June 29, 2012

I always seem to read stories out of order.

Caroline is more real in this one as she interacts with Jasmine and Dahlia. It helps that she has a name which she lacked until the end of the other story. She still isn’t likeable, sneaking up on and startling Dahlia and getting right into her personal space.

And just how does she manage to see ‘between the glistening folds of her pussy’ and everything else Dahlia does to herself, when Dahlia has only opened her jeans button and undone the zip and would have her hand in the way too.

I find this writing as a voyeur does nothing for me, I don’t like Caroline at all, but the writing itself is quite good in this story.

2 typos: buzzing below my belly flared fiercely > flare fiercely;; my eyes away her > eyes away from her;;
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on Nov. 15, 2011

As a man, I don’t know a glittering black Bordello pleaser from a low-top Chuck Taylor, but I love when women discuss their clothing. Almost as much as I love watching them remove them. A very well written and seductively understated story.
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Future Slayer Girl (aka kitten) reviewed on on Nov. 15, 2011

It wasn't bad. However, it didn't get me as hot under the collar as I thought it would.
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