The reigning Queen of Erotica returns with a smoldering new collection of erotic fiction! For Honey Flava, Zane looks to the Far East, exploring the sensual desires and scorching passions of Asian desire—plus one riveting new tale penned by Zane herself.
From the allure of the Geisha to the intermingled pleasures and pains of acupuncture, every page of this steamy collection contains a tempting new fantasy for you to explore and enjoy. In “The Meaning of Zhuren,” Jean’s handsome new boyfriend Dirk introduces her to the world of bondage and submission, placing the Chinese word zhuren, or master, in a whole new light.
In “Emma’s Cricket Lesson,” a high-powered talent agent receives a sexy personal tutorial in the foreign sport of cricket before negotiating with one of India’s top players.
And in Zane’s own “The Big Bang Theory,” a gorgeous female racecar driver shows the drag-racing boys (and girls) a thing or two about handling themselves in a “high-octane” situation. Zane fans won’t want to miss it!
Featuring 19 tantalizing tales from some of the hottest young authors working in erotica today, Honey Flava is guaranteed to satisfy your taste for something sinfully delicious.
Hardcover Book : 240 pages
Publisher: Atria Books ( June 03, 2008 )
Item #: 12-586189
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.688inches
Product Weight: 11.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Just find out is more Short Stories!!!!!! Very Disappointing!!
Reviewer: Sandra M
She has a novel out called Purple Panties!
Reviewer: Sandra M
So I looked on amazon and Purple Panties isn't even a novel. Its just like these but now its Lesbian litature... She needs to stop with the short stories and write a novel.. I'm starting to not like Zane anymore...
Reviewer: Rachael D
When will she write all those novels she promised us like addicted with a twist and the series with Dr. Marcella. I'm starting to dislike all these anthologies!!!
Reviewer: Peggy M
How many anthologies must she come out with b4 she writes another novel? What's next Red Flava? Enough is enough
Reviewer: Sarrah C