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Erotic book review: Fifty Shades of Lexi Maxxwell

Fifty Shades of Lexi Maxxwell
Fifty Shades of Lexi Maxxwell
Lexi Maxxwell

Fifty Shades of Lexi Maxxwell


Fifty Shades of Lexi Maxxwell is a collection of sexy stories, containing 50 of Lexi’s best erotic short stories in 2012.

This book is broken up into several parts that include previously published Lexi titles such as Swallowing Secrets 1-4, Sex & Money Series 1-4, Talking Dirty Series 1-4, Random Encounters Series 1-4, Lexi Maxwell’s Holiday Series, and the entire first book of The XXX Files Episode 1. There is also an essay included called: This is Why Erotica Readers are Happier People. Each section dug right into the world of sex. Frame by frame, each story added more depth to the other until the readers is able to see a clear story line from each section of individual stories because a lot of the same characters were used in other stories.

My favorite section which is also the largest section of the book is the Swallowing series. The stories were very erotic and even had some surprises and twists that I enjoyed reading. At first, it was a bit of a challenge keeping up with the characters because there were so many characters that emerged and reemerged from other stories, but my attention was kept because the stories were not only interesting but also very erotic.

Hot is what I can say for the stories especially in the Swallowing series, each story offered creative ideas on how to be more sluttier in the bedroom. I often times found myself either smirking or with my mouth completely open because the stories were just that hot.

There were some errors in the book, but it did not discourage me from reading the book from beginning to end. This book has nothing in common with the 50 Shades story (in terms of BDSM). The only similarity in the name. There are many dominate female characters that offered no apologizes for their sexual desires in this collection.

There is a lot of dirty talk and explicit sex scenes and even humor crafted into each short story. So, if you don’t like short stories and/or easily offended by explicit sex, this may not be the book for you.

Considering how much the author offered in terms of the amount of well crafted sexy stories, I would say that this author did a good job at offering the very best to her readers.

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