Well, I did it. After yearning to read another short story by Alison Tyler, I bought the Kindle version of "On Finding Jon's Porn." Originally published in C is for Co-Eds, the story opens up with a procrastinating college gothy girl who realizes that her laptop is on its last bars. Luckily, the epitome of choirboy, Jon, is near by to lend a hand. Using Jon's computer, our gothy heroine decides that her paper isn't as interesting as taking peek into Jon's world. That is when she stumbles upon the holy grail on every man's computer - also known as the porn folder, for those of you who aren't catching on to my lame ass euphemisms. What she finds there startles her - not in a frightened way, but in the way that she realizes her own friend's secret desires. And what's a story about a naughty goth girl without some punishment?
Like I said before, in my review of her short story "Like a Girl," Alison Tyler has proven herself to me - not that she had to or anything - that she is more than capable of arousing her audience - did I already use that pun? The story was great from start to finish. Her descriptions - both visual and emotional - are so vivid that it's almost as if she's playing a pornographic film right inside my head.
If I haven't already said this, I believe Tyler has become my favorite erotic writer. And I do plan on purchasing more of her works.