How not to have sex

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Having sex outdoors - a delight. Except when everything goes wrong.
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » Comedy/Humor
  • Erotica themes: None
  • Words: 1,590
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781465778574
About Anna Austen Leigh

Anna Austen Leigh quit the stock market while she was ahead to forge a new life as a full time writer. She now writes erotic adventure and romance, and spends her spare time managing her investments, rather than the other way around.

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Francis Haley reviewed on on Sep. 19, 2014

Quirky and entertaining, but nothing terribly special.
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Ellison James reviewed on on July 6, 2013

At first, I thought (How Not to Have Sex) was a kind of instruction manual for writers. Being a writer myself, I had to check it out. I was not an instruction manual, but it might as well been. This turned out to be a superb short story that fully demonstrated Anna's mastery of telling. It was sexy, smart, maybe even a little irreverent but wildly entertaining. I must say, I was hooked from the first paragraph with "the birds are so happy, they just won't shut up about it." Five stars all the way. And, as a writer as well as reader, I must say I witnessed brilliance in this story and found something to aspire to in my own writing.
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J Anderson reviewed on on Jan. 2, 2012

Very cute story, well written. Had me smiling. And sooo true - while it sounds very erotic to do it in unusual places, sometimes in RL it just doesn't meet our fantasies and doing it in a bed is a safer bet!
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Erin ORiordan reviewed on on Jan. 1, 2012

I think we've all had this experience a time or two, when the universe seems to conspire against us having a good time. This short story is charmingly told, with a nice edge of sexual tension.
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on Dec. 31, 2011

What a delightfully charming tale of woe. But it could have been much worse considering what an insect sting would do to such delicate exposed flesh. Recommended reading along with other stories from this author.
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