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Naked Morsels; Short Stories of Spiritual Erotica by Robin Rumi

Nineteen erotic short stories with a deep emotional and spiritual content. They are meant to be savored like a fine box of chocolates, each story rich in description and emotional connection.

In reading modern erotic stories, author Robin Rumi was dismayed to find a distinct lack of emotional content in the stories. Realizing that scientific studies had shown a difference between the masculine and feminine brain, she understood that modern writing was biased towards a male audience. Usually in men, the part of the brain that registers sexual stimulation is closely tied to the visual centers. In women, the erotic stimulation is often linked with the emotional centers. Robin Rumi set out to remedy this lack in women’s literature.

Stories such as “Like A Book” where a woman artist remembers a heated afternoon tryst that colors her artwork with the rich and vivid palette of passion. In “Triquetra” a curious traveler in Ireland explores her mysterious, sensuous connection to Branwen and her husband. In “Vision” the experience of a Native American sweat lodge pulls to the forefront of Cara’s mind a dreaming vision that she had while making love to her husband.

Robin Rumi’s stories capture deep sensual and emotional connection; whether it is a woman and her husband of many years, the loving experiences of two young women or the complexities of a triad, the spirit of love and the love of Spirit connects them all.

List Price: $14.99
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
270 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1499114164 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
ISBN-10: 1499114168
BISAC: Fiction / Erotica

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