Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. Her previous short story collection, The Sex Chronicles: Shattering the Myth, not only became a bestseller but also delivered fully on its promise—exploding the myth that men are more sexual in nature than women and that African American women are particularly inhibited. Smart, witty, and extremely sexy, with all-new characters and settings, these stories are tailored to women—but perfect for lovers to share. Scenarios run the gamut from committed, monogamous couples looking to experiment to wild, single sisters who form a very unconventional sorority. The Hot Box.
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In , Zane began writing erotic stories to pass the time after her children went to bed. Her work was the basis for the Cinemax program Zane's Sex Chronicles. The first feature film based on one of her works, Addicted , was released by Lionsgate on October 10, On June 11, , Zane filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in U. Zane's publications include: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Zane Presents ‘Rituals for Love’ [EROTICA EXCERPT]
The flight attendant approached with another scotch and soda. She leaned over and placed it on my tray, lingering a little too long. I looked at my watch for the third time in as many minutes. My flight out of Atlanta was delayed.
Bored by the prospect of the day's obligations and seized by envy of Shelly's relatively unburdened life, Maylia decides to forgo all her meetings and conference calls and vacate her office for the expansive patch of greenery just outside her window, Central Park. Just as she gets there -- actually, just as she takes her first lick of an ice cream cone -- Maylia meets Julian, a 6-foot-5 stranger, with whom the rituals of courtship proceed, shall we say, expeditiously. This story of carnal exploration is part of a collection by Zane, a year-old pseudonymously named author and suburban mother of three who has succeeded in giving voice to a new type of genre fiction: post-feminist African-American erotica.