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There are a lot of ways to get in the mood, but if the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon has taught us anything, it's that books can be a huge turn on.
Everything from weird descriptions of body parts to impossible mechanics can really kill the mood, you know? Sorry, we were promised some heat, and we want the payoff.
But there are some really great, saucy, delicious books out there too, with everything we desire—great world-building, characters to fall in love with, solid plot, and great steamy scenes on top of that. We here at Book Riot are looking for the full package here, if you catch my drift, and we want it done well. The sexy bits of The Kiss Quotient take their time with ramping up because the heroine, Stella, is trying to make herself be intimate with an escort she hires, Michael.
But the first time they have sex, Hoang does something genius with the writing. Michael suggests that he get behind her. And like, 1 Michael is so thoughtful in suggesting something that feels totally dirty but is also just completely safe and right for Stella, 2 Stella totally digs it and is pleasantly surprised that she can let go and enjoy, and 3 the fact that for Stella, this was an ideal sexual position, was completely genius writing.
BDSM shown in a positive, empowering, loving, and deliciously filthy way. I agree, Yeine. Nahadoth could get it anytime.
If you look at my reading tracker forit looks like September was a slow month for me, because I only read one new book. What was actually happening was that I was starting that one book, Lost Boiback over at the beginning again every time I finished it.
Havoc ensues when Pan decides he wants a Mommy, Wendi. Sexy is relative, so this could change in my mind day by day, but Taking The Lead is definitely high in my list of sexy sexy writing. Cecilia Tan is a total master of erotic storytelling, and the combination of fire and feels makes every scene better than the last.
Captive Prince and its sequels features an incredibly well done plot with characters you grow to care so deeply for as they blossom through trauma and strife. Oh, yeah—and it gets slutty. No complaints here. Book Deals Newsletter.