Dressed to Impress: An Erotic Collection

Giselle Renarde; Rose de Fer; Elizabeth Coldwell; Heather Town; Mina Murray; Catherine Paulssen; Grace Moskowitz; David Hawthorne; Kathleen Tudor
Dressed to Impress: An Erotic Collection
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Harper Collins UK, Avon
Release Date
August 2013
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more

Fashion and fetish for breath-stealing entrances and silky seductions.

Pictures of Amy's alternative dress code fall into the hands of a man that everyone has been underestimating.

Betty has such a crush on the star of a film, she visits the set of his latest movie and is very happy for him to leave his "suit" on when their meeting becomes intimate.

When Miranda finds Jack's first adult film, their love life rediscovers an X-rated theme involving vintage accessories.

Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Dec 23, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
107 people found the following review helpful
DRESSED TO IMPRESS is a collection of brief, erotic stories all somehow involving the characters' dress codes (or lack there of)!

There are 10 stories in this collection, including: a wife trying to reawaken the spark between her and her husband, a new relationship brought about by seductive photographs, a new shoe fetish discovery, romance on the set of a Creature Feature film, the gift of a beautiful corset, a cross-dressing couple finding safety to be themselves, a couple exploring the sensuality of home movies, a woman discovering her charms won't work on everyone, a couple venturing into new territory with a threesome, and a vigilante group of sexually charged women.

This collection had a wide range of themes and characters, which was fantastic. Some of the couples in the stories are single, some are committed spouses, but all are hot! My 3 star rating is my average--a couple of the stories I would definitely rate as 5 stars, but there were also a couple I would only rate as 2 stars. With the topics being as diverse as they are, I guess it is typical to have a wide range of ratings for each story. All of the stories were definitely weaved together with the underlying theme of wardrobe and sexuality. This was a fun book to read.
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