I don't mean to belittle anyone who writes erotica or anything for the masses of the Internet to consume. That takes courage. As with most mass project though, as with most anthologies of published material, there will be winners and losers among the number of stories. Of the 11 stories here, voted on as most popular on the site and one written just for this collection by Dixon Carter Lee, I can say that 6 of them were above the average of what I've seen online and the rest were ok for both online and published fiction. Nothing was horrible, trust me, I've read or attempted to read some truly horrible fiction online.
My favorite is Patricia Day's "Still Life With Teeth" that examines eating disorders and their damage to sexual relationships. It's harsh, intense, and sadly very realistic of how someone with an eating disorder might look at the world.
Mike Tauron's very short "Lunch with Rita" tackles the issue of age and prostitute in a unique way. "Indigo" from Julie Lemolo is sexy without explicit sex and I love when a story can pull that off so well in so few pages.
"A Fireman's Prayer" by Dixon Carter Lee is a modern romance while Anessa Ramsey's "The Games We Play" is a nice historical romance -- both authors should move to the romance gender and make excellent money.
Maggie Redux's "Whiff" also tackles difficult subjects again age but also racism in a positive fashion. Nicolas Travers offers us a glimpse into a very sad man's life in the first two chapters of "Vast".
The other stories just seemed to lack a strong focus on characters or perhaps they were just not my sort of thing though I'd say most of the stories here are honestly "not my sort of thing". Perhaps they might be yours.
For a collection of 11 stories this as good as many anthologies I've read and it's nice to see folks brave enough to open their minds up to the world online getting a little time in book form.