The sixth book in the Channel series, published August 2011.
A steamy collection from Bertrice Small, who "creates cover-to-cover passion" (Publishers Weekly)
Carla, Tiffany, Nina, and J.P. have already gotten major play on The Channel, a secret, women-only interactive cable network. Now they'll carry out even more fantasies with a collection of seductive characters they would only meet in their dreams...
The women entangle themselves with pirates, sultans, regency rakes, and even movie stars. And then there's Maureen Flynn, new to The Channel. She's an au pair from Ireland whose fantasy of choice is with a brawny Celtic warrior. Will he turn her on to The Channel like those that came before her?
I didn’t know that this book contains 5 short stories, instead of one whole story. But I did enjoy all 5 of them nonetheless. It was fun revisiting with the previous characters, and meeting some new ones. And as this is an erotica novel, I am not going to summarize it for you, I would blush way too much. Let me just tell you: it is hot.
But the story line is this: suppose there is a television channel just for woman, called The Channel. It works from 8 p.m. till 4 a.m. giving women all over the world to live out their (sexual) fantasies. You can look however you want, be young and gorgeous, and have sex with everyone you can imagine, and how you want it. And it is perfectly safe. You can’t get really hurt, or pregnant, or ill. And when the Channel closes at 4 a.m., the fantasy ends and you are back safely (and sated) in your own bed. No danger of someone walking in on you, they would only see some static on the t.v.. And it is just a fantasy, so you are not really cheating on your husband or boyfriend.
Of course, the Channel is run by the master of temptation himself …
I love Bertrice Small her writing style, and her strong characters. I love how she doesn’t try to get the message across there is nothing better for a woman to want than love, marriage and children. Because for some of us, that is just not true. The story is about some older women too, and how love can find you again, sometimes just your own husband, sometimes a new one.
I don't normally read erotica, but I make an exception for Bertrice Small. From all the authors I read, she is my most favourite one. And I have to admit, most of her historical romances are hotter than some erotic stories I have read!