Hot Flash

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Flash fiction is defined as short written pieces. Twenty stories and poems with an erotic bent make up this collection.

The themes of love, lust, adultery, and regret are told in different voices, sometimes with an irreverent sense of humor.

The stories will seep into your subconscious. Don't be surprised if you flinch from the heat.

WARNING: Contains two non-erotic entries. Pun intended. More

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About Eden Baylee

Eden Baylee left a twenty-year banking career to become a full-time writer. She incorporates many of her favorite things into her writing such as: travel; humor; music; poetry; art; and much more.

She has written three collections of erotic novellas and flash fiction—Spring into Summer, Fall into Winter, and Hot Flash.

In June 2014, she released her first novel outside the erotica genre—a psychological mystery/thriller with a sexy twist called Stranger at Sunset. A synopsis and more information can be found on her website.

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Reviews

Review by: Brenda Perlin on Sep. 12, 2015 :
Hot Flash, Erotic stories and poems by Eden Baylee is a delightful tease. The author has the talent to get you just enough but leaving you wanting more. Oh, so much more. These shorts are well developed and tantalizing. Takes you places you might not have planned going. But I went willingly, with an open mind and came out with more than I anticipated.

Delightfully entertaining, I ate these stories up in no time. Rushing to find out where we were being escorted to. The destination was well worth the journey.

Quote from The Confession

“She always said she loved me more than life, and I’d assumed it was just her poetic way of speaking. But she was never one for drama. She just felt the spectrum of emotions so deeply. When she laughed, her body shook, and when she cried, she broke my heart, and when she felt pain…God, I should have known. How I’ve suffered for my decision to leave her! A part of me wanted to die with her, but I couldn’t. I just couldn’t.”
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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