From the opening salvo, this book not only promised satisifaction
from its cover, it also delivered with every page turned. The first story, Rythm, by Donna Sherard showed the
power of women, the sensuality of hair braiding and the importance of rythm. Ta'Shia Asanti's Sojourner's Truth
gave me ideas and Dorothy Randall Gray's Miss Cicero gave me hope. It was wonderful to read stories from Black women
talking about sensuality and sexuality. Too often, I think we forget we are powerfully sensuous creatures.
Light incense, fill the tub with scents of jasmine and/or lavender,
play your sweetest sexiest music and indulge, you will not be dissapointed. Imagination is a terrible thing to waste.
Women’s Erotica 2 showcases the hottest, most arousing and surprising erotic literature by African American women writers.
Representing a wide range of styles and voices, these twenty stories offer a steamy assortment of fiction from popular authors,
including C.C. Carter, T'Ashia Asante, Dorothy Randal Gray, Carol
Smith Passariello, Kiini Ibura Salaam, Shawn F. Rhea, Opal Palmer Adisa, R. Erica Doyle, Tara Betts, and Tracy Price-Thompson
About The Author - Samiya Bashir
Samiya Bashir’s writing has appeared in Black Issues,
Ms., Seventeen, and Curve. She is co-editor of Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature