Book of 12 short stories, all by Sinclair Sexsmith
Published by Maverick Press, 2015
Lambda Literary Award Finalist for lesbian erotica!
Sweet, sensual adoration and dirty, rough sex meet in this anthology of queer smut penned by Top Sex Blogger Sinclair Sexsmith. The complete collection includes sixteen of Sinclair’s best queer erotica short stories, full of dapper dates, femmes in pretty dresses, flogging, bondage, flirting on the subway, bold moves, and (of course) strap-ons. From ongoing lovers to one-night stands, the kinky queer butch top protagonist delivers heart and dominance, over and over.
PRAISE FOR SWEET & ROUGH
“Sweet & Rough is the perfect title for this collection of raw, queer, kinky and passionate erotica that will appeal to smut connoisseurs as well as new readers looking for something hot and titillating to keep them up at night.” —Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor of The Big Book of Orgasms
“Sinclair Sexsmith’s writing is a surefire panty-wetter.” —Erika Moen, Oh Joy, Sex Toy
“So many girls, so little time. Sinclair Sexsmith’s new book is the kind of hard-driving, sweet, down and dirty, funny keep-you-on-the-damp-edge-of-your-seat, lovely, filthy erotica you’ve come to expect from this master of poetry and truth. Sweet & Rough will having you on your knees, begging for more.” —D. L. King, editor of Slave Girls: Erotic Stories of Submission
“Sweet & Rough has been a long time coming. For years, Sinclair Sexsmith immortalized their hottest sexual adventures as erotic stories on Sugarbutch Chronicles, earning a reputation as the Internet’s queer Casanova. Writing on BDSM, polyamory, butch/femme (and occasionally my personal favorite, butch/butch) desire, Sexsmith authored the world’s largest archive of kinky, queer erotica from a genderqueer, masculine of center perspective. Now edited for our eBook and paperback reading pleasure, Sweet & Rough: Queer Smut is a rare gift. You’ll want to take this one to bed.” —Jiz Lee, genderqueer porn star
“There are very few erotic writers who consistently capture my attention and admiration. John Preston did. So does Carol Queen. And I’ve added Sinclair Sexsmith to that list.” —Dr. Charlie Glickman, Make Sex Easy