For Rachel Kramer Bussel, bisexuality is not about keeping your options open; instead, it's about looking at the world and seeing a lot more sex out there. This book book of bi explores it all--there are girlfriends and wives, husbands and boyfriends, first dates, threesomes and much more.
Daring and adventurous, the women in these stories take risks by stepping outside their comfort zones, whether by surrendering to a bodyguard in "The State", by Tahira Iqbal, or confronting "The Wife" of a male lover, only to be confronted right back in Kay Jaybee's story. These provocative characters find themselves attracted to other strong women, like "The Robber Girl" in Lori Selke's story, and to men with an unpredictable approach to seduction, like in Bussel's "A Little Fun."
Rachel Kramer Bussel says herself, "We may think we know what we want, only to keep on surprising ourselves just when we think we have it all figured out. We are open to a wide range of sexual possibilities, whether they exist in our heads or beyond." Whatever you're looking for, you'll find it in Twice the Pleasure.