NSFW Book Review: F is for Five Sapphic Tales by Donna Jay






Title: F is for Five Sapphic Tales





Author: Donna Jay





Publisher: Donna Jay





Publication Date: April 25, 2020





Genres: Erotica





Shelves: Female-authored, Female-fronted





Oh my, what a delightful read! F is for Five Sapphic Tales is part sweet and sexy and part thoughtful and taboo, but wonderful throughout. I have loved everything Donna Jay has written - especially Finding Love Down Under & Arms Wide Open - so I was excited to give this new collection a read, but even I was not surprised for the absolute pleasure of the first story.





F is for Fairy Tale may very well be the sweetest story I have ever read. From the baking, icing, and attempted eating of the Gingerbread woman, to her seduction of the woman who rescues her, to the gingerbread and candy flavored sex that follows, this put the biggest smile on my face!





F is for Felony was a fun story of fantasy role play that never takes the scenario too seriously. Naughty Bethany and Officer Louise are too in love to stay in character, allowing both playful cheekiness and heartfelt romance to show through, but that makes this all the more satisfying.





F is for Fantasy was another role play story, but the scenario and set-up were what I appreciated most. That set-up is a pair of women, happily married, with wonderful children, who need a little alone time at a kinky hotel . . . and the scenario is a naughty schoolgirl and her stern teacher.





F is for Forbidden is where that taboo thoughtfulness comes in, exploring a darker fantasy, one that could have been a disaster, but which is carefully and considerately explored. Victoria dreams of being taken against her will, surprised by a burglar, but Lulu is all about safewords and consent, and not sure she can put her sweet submissive in that position. There is a definite edge to this one, even a bit of doubt, but I though it was superb.





F is for Farewell is another thoughtful tale involving roommates who have flirted, but never given into their attraction for fear of making their friendship awkward. With Laura about to embark on a year-long journey, however, there is plenty of time for that awkwardness to fade - and there is nothing quite like a sexy send off!





The bonus story, A Special Gift, is one I have enjoyed before, but it is a fitting way to close out the collection since it merges those themes of sweet, sexy, thoughtful, and taboo. It is a story about love, fear, and trust, with a blindfold marking a bold line between past pains and future pleasures. If this is your first time meeting Zoe and Claire, then you are in for a treat!





F is for Five Sapphic Tales is fun, fantastic, fabulous, friendly, and fulfilling. Come for the gingerbread but stay for the roleplay.





Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ 1/2


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