The Sisters of APF: The Indoctrination of Soror Ride Dick
The Sisters of APF is Zane's first book based on one of her most popular short story subjects, the sexy escapades of a sorority like no other.
APF stands for Alpha Phi Fuckem, a sorority dedicated to sexual freedom and the fulfillment of its members. Zane's APF stories have appeared in her earlier collections, including The Sex Chronicles: Shattering the Myth, and are fav...more
TW: cheating, serial cheating, strong sexual content
So let's just talk about how I came to acquire this book. I recently got Audible Escape and I was just scrolling through Black romances and I came across this book. First, the title made me laugh out loud. I knew that Zane had a reputation for being wild so it didn't really surprise me. I was definitely invested in reading a book where the women were aiming ...more
Mary Ann Ferguson is a sexually inexperienced country bumpkin who moves to D.C. to begin law school. When the R.A of her dorm, Patricia, takes her under her wing, Mary Ann's eyes are opened to a sexual freedom she never knew existed.
My feelings about this book are so conflicted.
I feel like I should feel ...more
My favorite line in this book is when Mary Ann says “So, people might assume you all are gay.” You both know you’re real men so don’t sweat it.
I think the author tried to write this book by saying there is things that are out in the world ...more
Now, on to the actual story... First of all, Zane clearly advertises her novels as erotica and this is a step up in my opinion. Many of the other Urban Fiction novels I've been reading seem to try to pass their books of ...more
Everyone knows that once a confined person finally has a taste of the pie, they crave it for eternity, and that's basically the story of Mary Ann.
Mary Ann was a predictable character, but I reckon twists and turns wasn't the point of penning this novel. The point was to turn you on so much that you would need your lover or favorite lube nearby. That...which is what Zane is known for...was done to perfection. The story within itself didn't really excite me, but I did enjoy ...more