Vox was not on my reading list, but it was recommended to me ages ago, and it seemed the perfect chaser to In the Cut, so I'm including it here.
The conceit of this book is simple: it consists solely of dialogue between a man and a woman who connected through a chat line. At face value, that might sound a little tedious, but it's definitely not.
The conversation ranges between fantasies and flirtation to the hopes and dreams and secret fears of both protagonists. There's bawdy demands, hilarious sexual mishaps, and touching moments of vulnerability on both sides.
I'm finding it difficult to describe because the format is so different from how erotic novels usually work. There's no plot, but there's a discernable build-up, but emotionally and sexualy, that keeps the reader interested and thoroughly entertained.
Maybe I'm not doing it justice. If you've ever wondered about how far "dirty talk" can take you, or what the potential of those party lines could possibly be; or, if you're just looking for a lighter bit of erotic reading, Vox is completely worth your time.