2013, 224 pages.
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 sexy out there. In a Huffington Post, she went on record, stating "I think ideally I'd like to have a male lover and a female lover, either a triad situation or one on one." There is no better erotic mind on the planet better suited to editing Twice the Pleasure than Rachel Kramer Bussel.
This big book of bi explores every option - There are girlfriends and wives, husbands and boyfriends, first dates, threesomes and much more here. There's daring and adventure, women taking risks by stepping outside their comfort zones, whether it's by surrendering to a bodyguard in "The State" by Tahira Iqbal or confronting "The Wife" of a male lover in Kay Jaybee's story, only to be confronted right back. The women you'll read about are attracted to strong women like "The Robber Girl" in Lori Selke's story, and men who surprise them with their sensitivity, such as in Bussel's own story, "A Little Fun."