Crossing Over

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Jen loves MEN! So why does she have an overwhelming desire to take her girlfriend to bed and make love to her? [F/F] More

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Published by Living Books USA
Words: 4,310
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465862525
About Serena Borgia

I write for all erotica aficionados but be warned; I don’t pussy-foot or dick around.
I don’t write lame story lines that have all been done before and make you cringe. There’s no “Daddy” stuff or any other illegal incestuous drivel. There’s no car washes, 'diaries', sluts or 'teachers', either.

I write hard-core, hard-hitting sex scenes intended for those who love it and can handle it. My work is definitely not for limp-wristed wimps or the feint of heart.
If you like sex, you’ve come to the “write” place.
I know men, I know their bodies and I know what they like and want. As a woman myself, I know what women want as well - the best of both worlds.

Whatever you think you have, bring it on, lover! Ain't nothing you've got that I ain't already done. But I bet I could have you screaming in ecstasy within a few minutes.
I want my readers to feel like they’re with me during my sexploits; want them to feel, smell and experience what I do through my eyes. And if you’re jerking off or hammering the vibrator while you read, so much the better!

If you can’t stand the heat, keep out of my bedroom! Especially as all of my stories are based on real-life events.
Yeah, I’m that kind of girl and no, I don’t do kittens, sunsets or flowers. I leave that to the romancers and low-octane writers.

I write full-leaded, high-octane material guaranteed to get you firing on all cylinders and your blower running flat-out, if she’s with you!
If two people can do it, I've probably already done it! If not, I'll be getting around to it soon!

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Review by: Xavier Synn on Jan. 24, 2012 : (no rating)
Oh...okay. That explains it. You guys do all kinds of weird things over there. ;)

You have "Dolphins" though, so I guess you're not that different.

Actually, the slapping noises did it for me. I'm strange, and sometimes the slightest naughty detail at the right time gets me going. That, and the fact she gushed all over Emma. I'm kind of a perv.

On a side note, and I feel kind of bad having a conversation with you in the review section, I am working on that story you asked for. The reason I don't have any yet is...complicated.
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Review by: Serena Borgia on Jan. 24, 2012 : (no rating)
Xavier - as I am British, this is a typical British expression :)

The cum/come thing is as you say. 'Come' is the noun, 'cum' the verb. Usually. Depends on the context. Consistency works best, but authors sometimes forget and mix 'em up. Everyone gets the idea, though.

Let me guess . . . your hot part was just before Jen talks about 'temperature'?
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Review by: Xavier Synn on Jan. 23, 2012 :
Utterly disappointing. Oh, not the story mind you, rather the fact that only a small percentage of women like a certain truly is a shame.

Sorry. I digress. In regards to the story itself: quite surprised, but in the most pleasant way possible. This one was far more focused. She still had her unique way of inserting facts, but went about it in a more seamless manner, even eased once she got into the erotic portion. When I got there, I stayed there and could actually sink into the story. Proverbially speaking of course.

I've never actually had an experience like this, but I could relate. She does a tremendous job of demonstrating the nerves and timidness I imagine one would feel in this situation, but it's not blaring and she doesn't harp on it any longer than necessary. She sets it up, which adds a strong connection and validity, gives the indication and leaves it at that. It made the moment where she finally gives in and takes control even sexier. There was actually build up to it.

Good detail, and more than a few instances where I thought to myself "Damn. That was naughty." In a good way, though. Something about a girl talking dirty...

My only real complaints: There was a weird sentence at the beginning "I’m slim myself, but I do have to watch what I eat and will do the occasional burst of exercise to frighten away to odd ounce or six" and the come/cum thing. I know some authors use both spellings to differentiate between the noun and verb but it's not a well-known technique so I figured I would mention it.

Aside from that, though, excellent read. Definitely well worth it.
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