*Winner of the Golden Crown Literary Society Award
Even though they may not get a lot of action on the field after high school and college, girl jocks always manage to see a lot of action off the field. Because female athletes have an easy confidence about them, a natural nonchalance, and usually a killer bod, that draws all kinds of women to them - straight, lesbian, bisexual, curious, questioning, you name it. Women are competitive by nature, whether they play sports or games. Women play hard and love harder. They don't just score - they keep track. Girls Who Score is filled with story after story of complex, intriguing women engaging in all kinds of, ahem, contact sports. Sinclair Sexsmith contributes A Good Workout at the gym with lots of hot action in the steam room and Gina Marie has two women boxers going at it in every way in her ever-so-sexy Blood Lust. Delilah Devlin's soccer champs have a very good time in Playing the Field, and Elle's Game Over has a cheerleader who trains a freshmen each year to serve her every need. Sporty dykes aren't always playing ball, so to speak.
About the Author
Ily Goyanes is a journalist, editor, publisher, and widely published erotica author. She writes about food and culture for the Miami New Times (Village Voice Media) and the Fuming Foodie, her columnist alter ego, has been known to cause a bit of controversy. Her erotica appears in Best Lesbian Erotica 2012, Lesbian Cops: Erotic Investigations, and Spankalicious: Erotic Adventures in Spanking. Girls Who Score: Hot Lesbian Erotica is her first full-length anthology. She calls Miami, Florida home. Visit ilygoyanes.com for more information.
No lesbian erotica anthology could be tailored more to my taste than this one filled with hot stories about sporty lesbians. (Because there are not a lot of things in life that I love more than sporty lesbians.) Please, Cleis Press, can you make this an annual series? -Harper Bliss
Well described, believable and with likeable characters throughout, Girls Who Score managed to never felt repetitive despite the obviously strong jock theme in each story. --llellsee
, p>Goyanes's stories are so comfortable; they feel like your own. She also has a keen wit and isn't afraid to use it. --D. L. King
, author of The Harder She Comes