Now in its sixth year, with a whole new look, Best Women’s Erotica 2005 satisfies even the most sexually voracious reader. Ann Regentin’s "Just Passing Through" tells what happens when a woman decides to disguise herself as a gay man and cruise the local gay bar. In Andrea Miller’s "Picking Up," a jealous woman listens in on her girlfriend’s phone sex job and decides to bring the scene to life. And Alison Tyler’s "Evian" is a classic bad-girl tale: a not-so-innocent young woman with a crush on her boss discovers just the right way to heat up their flirtation while only a kitchen window separates them from his wife. These are stories of originality and daring, of longing and satisfaction, from some of the best-known writers of women’s erotica.