Series: Best American Erotica

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The Best American Erotica by Susie Bright
Best American Erotica 1993 by Susie Bright1993
Best American Erotica 1994 by Susie Bright1994
Best American Erotica 1995 (Best American Erotica) by Susie Bright1995
The Best American Erotica 1996 (Best American Erotica) by Susie Bright1996
The Best American Erotica 1997 by Susie Bright1997
The Best American Erotica 1999 by Susie Bright1999
The Best American Erotica 2000 by Susie Bright2000
The Best American Erotica 2001 by Susie Bright2001
The Best American Erotica 2002 by Susie Bright2002
The Best American Erotica 2003 (Best American Erotica) by Susie Bright2003
The Best American Erotica 2004 (Best American Erotica) by Susie Bright2004
The Best American Erotica 2005 by Susie Bright2005
The Best American Erotica 2006 (Best American Erotica) by Susie Bright2006
The Best American Erotica 2007 by Susie Bright2007
The Best of Best American Erotica 2008: 15th Anniversary Edition by Susie Bright2008

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