A lush mix of short stories and erotic poems for black queer women, Black Cherry is sweet and tender as well as dark and wickedly delightful. It is the collaboration of eighteen black queer writers who share one shared vision: to captivate the intrigued mind.
There is nothing more tempting than Black Cherry's unique blend of romance, boundary-pushing sexual exploration, and teasing wordplay.
L.M. Bennett's snarky short, "Regards, My Dear," introduces Thayer, who meets the awkward Wil, and despite an immediate connection that rattles them both, their attraction remains unspoken.
In Sandra Hamlin's humorous narrative of unexpected love in "Warm Velvet," she presents with two women meeting and questioning their compatibility only to realize that opposites might attract after all.
Literary Stud spins a hilarious tale of a couple's rendezvous denied, again, again and again in "Anticipation."
"Just Married," by Abernathy Ross, features Gio and Adele, a couple celebrating their honeymoon in a unique location as they push each other to feverish heights.
These short stories are only the tip of the cherry that explores the unique ways women are intimate with each other. Black Cherry dives into conventional and unconventional relationships with a perfect balance of romance and eroticism.
If you need a book that'll satisfy your sweet tooth, grab it now.