WOW — SUITE MAGAZINE ignites synapses all over the body. It touts itself as ‘an intelligent woman’s alternative’ and I agree. As I turned the ‘pages’, there was a kaleidoscope of colorful pictures, fascinating articles, and a sense that Suite was destined to appeal to the sophisticated, worldly woman who enjoys a bit of tongue-in-cheek with her erotica. That is not to say that satire is the foundation, only that the quality of the writers, be they column or feature, are capable of entertaining with a slight of word one usually associates with the hands of that sexy magician David Copperfield—someone I assume will one day offer his picture to Suite’s Knight’s Gallery. Point being, these contributing authors know their audience and appreciate such a reader's ability to comprehend intelligent craft with a lively ‘word’ added, here and there, for flair.
SUITE MAGAZINE leaves few stones unturned when it comes to the world of a woman. Many women love cooking and entertaining—Suite will offer a delectable event-appropriate recipe, or just something you may not have thought of. Speaking of thought—thinking of a vacation? Suite makes its own suggestions on where a culturally conscious and adventurous woman might want to set sail. Do you need to know how to check the oil in your car, love independence, or plant the perfect flower for the season—who doesn’t love the luxury of blossoms? All and more can be found in SUITE MAGAZINE.
Feature articles run the gamut. March’s issue spotlighted the question of definition between erotica and porn—the smart article contributed by Romantic Review’s Today, Terrie Figueroa. Or perhaps you are new, or just bored, to and with the dating scene. Sefra Mack offers a interesting perspective to the ritual. Thinking beyond yourself? Try Social Nudism . . . Natural or Naughty? And there is so much more . . . One of my favorites—Madison Foxe—suggests that under a certain situation “a blow-job is out of the question . . .” With well known authors, and provocative writing, Suite is on a successful roll.
SUITE MAGAZINE, like any other luxurious boutique hotel penthouse, offers many corners to explore, puts a soft light into shadows, and presents a sumptuous view. And, I cannot close without discussing that ‘view’. I take no shame in admitting that I like the sharp angle of a well-sculpted man, and Suite provides them like a sensual amenity. There is no fold-out—thank Zeus—but a Suite Knight, Rogue, or Slice of Heaven doesn’t need to expose it all. Sometimes a taste is enough to satisfy the palate of a connoisseur, and the Suite Man does it well.
This is new trend, a cutting edge to the e-zine culture; however, I can see this magical enigma going to print.
Reviewed By Melanie Roget
© March 2005