Table of Contents Introduction - Dirty and Sweet Wrapped Up in One 1. Fucking Around by Marie Lyn Bernard 2. Live Tonight by Saskia Walker 3. Just Another Girl on the Train by Catherine Lundoff 4. Beautiful Creature by Kristina Wright 5. In the Name Of... by Isabelle Gray 6. Cheesy Boots by L. Elise Bland 7. Truck Stop Cinderella by Lillian Ann Slugocki 8. The Dream of Life by Tenille Brown 9. The Mile High Club by Kate Dominic 10. Like a Good Girl by Alison Tyler 11. The Garden of Sinn by Darklady 12. Bag and Baggage by Teresa Noelle Roberts 13. Icy Hot by Rachel Kramer Bussel 14. Dreams by Marilyn Jaye Lewis 15. Shocking Expose! Secrets Revealed! by Carol Queen 16. To Dance at the Fair by Donna George Storey 17. The First Deadly Sin by Gwen Masters 18. El Mar de Encanto by Sofia Quintero 19. Flight by Suki Bishop 20. Lily by Tsaurah Litzky 21. Opera Gloves by Maddy Stuart 22. Party Favor by Andrea Dale 23. Carn Euny by Madelynne Ellis 24. A Prayer to Be Made Cocksure by Melissa Gira 25. All About Hearts by Sage Vivant 26. The Next Thing by Gina de Vries 27. Until It's Gone by Shanna Germain Introduction: Dirty and Sweet Wrapped Up in One "I can be dirty and sweet at the same time" reads my self-proclaimed motto on my MySpace page. When I wrote that, I meant that not so deep inside me lurks the soul of a highly perverted, kinky, dirty girl who can get aroused often by a single word whispered in my ear or a solid smack across my ass. Once someone gets me into that zone, I'll do anything, no matter how depraved, to be with them. I'll find myself fantasizing about all the wicked things we can do together throughout the day and night, waking from wild dreams with the wish that they were beside me. I'll see their name in my inbox and get instantly wet. I'll tell them in public exactly what I want them to do to me, and vice versa. Yes, that's what I mean by "dirty." Yet I don't think my sexual interests make me any less of a well-rounded, kind-hearted intelligent person. I'm "sweet" in the sense that I care about my friends and family, like sending cards and random gifts, strive to be a good person (also, I run a blog about cupcakes). I'm as likely to kiss a lover's forehead tenderly and offer to tuck them into bed as I am to throw them down on the floor and strip them naked. For me, the sweet and tender and down-and-dirty go hand in hand; I'm most turned on, and most slutty, when I'm partnered with someone who brings out my sweet side. Once, I visited a boyfriend who was sick with a fever, and did the one thing I could think of to make him feel better: sank down on his bed and took his cock in my mouth. Playing the slutty nurse, horny yet doting, is another aspect to my dirty/sweet motto. I'd originally meant the phrase as a throwaway line, but more and more I'm realizing that everyone (or almost everyone) has a dirty and a sweet side. All too often we denigrate the dirty girls the ones who dare to publicly show their naughty sides as incorrigible sluts, rather than realizing just how much exciting it is to tap into our lustiest selves. Once you crack the surface of those who are seemingly prim and proper (the demure suburban housewife, the suited-up banker, the quiet secretary, the curious bookworm, the shy computer nerd), you'll very likely find that the simplicity of the word "dirty" doesn't go anywhere near far enough to describe the kinks that lurk within them. The women writing here don't apologize for being dirty. They know who and what they want and they go after the objects of their affection in all kinds of different ways. Reading this coSeal Press Staff is the author of 'Dirty Girls', published 2008 under ISBN 9781580052511 and ISBN 1580052517.