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Smut Book Club Bestsellers: Week of Feb 18-24, 2013

Kind of like Best Week Ever, but with less comedic brilliance and more smutty books, these are the best selling books for the week of February 18-24 from Smut Book Club.

[tabgroup][tab title=”#1 “]Conviction by Nicole Edwards

When you need some right and proper, down and dirty, hot and steamy, long-lasting sex scenes, read Conviction. Though the book started a bit slowly with details of the business life of the characters, it picked right up and didn’t let go until there were multiple appendages from multiple people going in places they yearned to go. Very naughty. [February 2013]

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[tab title=”#2 “]Lost To You by A.L. Jackson (5/5 stars)

First, you must read Lost To You before you read Take This Regret. Though they were published out of order, now that the prologue (Lost To You) is published, it makes Regret SO much better. It’s not really hard to read through goosebumps but it is really hard to read through tears. Good LORD, this is an amazing love story *slash* prologue to an even more emotional follow-up book. I cried my damn eyeballs out of my damn face while reading both of these damn books. So much damn regret and sorrow and hurt and emotion is wrapped up in these books, it makes it hard, yet at the same time easy, to love these characters. I know that doesn’t really make sense, but my brain is so mushed up from crying all damn day from this book, I just want to say READ THESE BOOKS. But be prepared to sob uncontrollably if you have a heart.

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[tab title=”#3“]Seduction and Snacks by Tara Sivec (5/5 stars)

I like funny. I like smut. It’s a pretty good guess that I like funny smut, except there’s not that much of it to read. I’ve read some books that have funny lines and situations sprinkled in, but a humor smut book is hard (heh) to find. Seduction and Snacks is right up there with Alice Clayton’s Redhead books. Seriously. Picking this book up yesterday and finishing it today, letting all other responsibilities go by the wayside, I pushed through (heh) to finish because I had to know what was going to happen. I was addicted to the funny, hanging (heh) on every nuance as if the author was inside my brain knowing what I wanted to read. If you love The Unidentified Redhead and The Redhead Revealed, this book is the next one you should read. Funny, heartfelt, sweet, seductive, sexy, and it’s the start of a series so we’re not left hanging (heh) at the end of the book. Buy it. Read it. Love it. [September 2012]

Seduction and Snacks
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[tab title=”#4“]True Love Story by Willow Aster (as yet un-read)

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[tab title=”#5“]Friends With Benefits by C.C. Wood (4.5/5 stars)

I seriously loved this little story. As the perfect (for lack of a better phrase) palate cleanser for reading some heavy books, Friends with Benefits is a sweet, hot, and funny novella. I finished this in one sitting and giggled out loud at several parts. Highly recommended read for when you need a quickie. [February 2013]

Friends With Benefits

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