The Bourbon Thief by Tiffany Reisz

This is a story that you have to experience…my words can’t do it justice. ~Adrian 5/5 Stars

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Dirtiest Secret by J. Kenner

We love the taboo books, and Dirtiest Secret is about as taboo as it gets! It had a little bit of everything: mystery, suspense, emotion and dirty, hot sex.[5/5 stars]

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Corrupt by Penelope Douglas

Corrupt is a dark psychological thriller with the perfect amount of mindf*cking, lust-filled sex.

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The Original Sinners Series by Tiffany Reisz

The Original Sinners by Tiffany Reisz series reading order. AKA, the best series ever.

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Off Base by Tessa Bailey and Sophie Jordan

Off Base is a pair of steamy novellas by Tessa Bailey and Sophie Jordan. Tessa introduces a brand new hero type in with Beck (The Alpha Virgin!) and Sophie brings us a nice friends-to-lovers story. [5/5 stars]

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Silver Bastard by Joanna Wylde

There’s a line most romance authors won’t cross for fear of reader sensitivities, but Joanna sees that line, toes over it, giggles to herself, then she jumps.

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Deep by Kylie Scott

Kylie’s signature humor and style comes through loud and clear in Deep. ~Nelle [5/5 stars]

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The Virgin by Tiffany Reisz

Like the other two books in The White Years (The Saint and The King), The Virgin is a flashback story that not-so-gently fills in many of the holes opened in The Red Years. ~Angie [5/5 stars]

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Hero by Samantha Young

In Hero, Samantha Young weaves a sexy, complex story that’s full of secrets and intrigue. ~Nelle [5 stars]

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Risking it All by Tessa Bailey

Risking It All gives us the best of good versus evil, only in the end, we all win (and my panties lose). ~Angie [5/5 stars]

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Beautiful Stranger by Christina Lauren

In Beautiful Stranger, Christina Lauren debut Max Stella, a book boyfriend all star. ~Nelle [5 stars]

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The King by Tiffany Reisz

Again, Tiffany Reisz puts words on virtual paper, stacks them up against all the other words on paper, and throws down the metaphorical mic. BOOM. She rocked my world with The King. [5/5 stars]

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Dirty Rowdy Thing by Christina Lauren

Christina Lauren builds a super hot but nuanced love story that’s entertaining to an absurd level. One of my favorites of the year. ~Nelle [5 stars]

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Unteachable by Leah Raeder

Learn from our mistakes, people. Read Unteachable now. [5/5 stars]

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Deacon by Kristen Ashley

All the fuckin’ been thrown my way readin’ this book, it was given to me hard and it was beautiful. [5/5 stars]

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Finding Eden by Mia Sheridan

Mia wraps up Eden and Calder’s story in the most perfect way. [5/5 stars]

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Becoming Calder by Mia Sheridan

Taking place over the span of two books — Finding Eden comes immediately after Calder — this story is not complete without a journey through both. [5/5 stars]

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Black Lies by Alessandra Torre

Black Lies is so well-written, so undeniably sexy, so mind-twisty and lovely and tear-jerky and so much more than you expect. [5/5 stars] CERTIFIED FAVORITE

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Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover

Not since Hopeless has Colleen Hoover made me ugly cry this much for fictional characters like she has in Ugly Love. [5/5 stars] *Certified Favorite* ~Angie

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Ricochet by Skye Jordan

Skye Jordan’s Ricochet demonstrates a creative, intelligent story and blistering sex in one fantastic package. ~ Nelle [5/5 stars]

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The Saint by Tiffany Reisz

Simply, The Saint has EVERYTHING. It has everything, it wants for nothing; it is simply my favorite book of all time. Tiffany Reisz, I hate you. [5/5 stars]

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KICK and USE (Songs of Perdition, Part 1) by CD Reiss

Songs of Perdition, Part 1 is brilliant and messed up, both in good and bad ways. It’s erotic, dark, romantic(?), disturbing, highly sexual, sexy, and most of all, required outside-of-the-box reading. 5 SWELLED STARS! [5/5 stars]

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Alpha by Jasinda Wilder

Alpha is a Certified Favorite and absolutely worth every cent you pay because the return is hours of reading (and battery-operated) gratification. [5/5 stars]

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Frenched by Melanie Harlow

Frenched is an official Smut Book Club Certified Favorite! [5/5 stars]

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Staking His Claim by Tessa Bailey

Staking His Claim is explosive erotica that made it to my Certified Favorites list. This book is required reading! [5/5 stars] *Certified Favorite*

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RAW by Belle Aurora

Every single thing about this story is raw and leaves your heart hurting. I can’t recommend RAW highly enough for those of us who don’t necessarily need hearts and flowers to make a brilliant story. [5/5 stars]

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Reaper’s Property by Joanna Wylde

I ridiculously hardcore loved this book. Reaper’s Property is everything a motorcycle club *slash* romance book needs to be: frustrating, hot, dramatic, violent, sex-filled, and compelling. [5/5 stars, Certified Favorite]

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Try by Ella Frank

Try easily sits atop my list of 5-star books as a Certified Favorite, and I HIGHLY recommend it to everyone who loves erotica. [5/5 stars]

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Making Faces by Amy Harmon

I can’t even put together a summary of the book because telling anything more than just “a coming-of-age story met with tragedy and healing romance.” Making Faces is more that just a must-read; it’s required reading. [5/5 stars]

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Moore to Lose by Julie Richman

If you read Searching for Moore—and if you haven’t, do it now—you need to stop all other activities and read Moore to Lose now. [5/5 stars]

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Songs of Submission Series by CD Reiss

Not only is the developing BDSM relationship intriguing in Songs of Submission, it is intensely sexy, creative, and one of the most realistic I’ve ever read. [5/5 stars]

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UnAttainable by Madeline Sheehan

When an author like Madeline Sheehan can make a rapist murderer into someone I think deserves love, I fall all over myself wanting others to read the brilliance like I did for UnAttainable. [5/5 stars]

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Arsen by Mia Asher

Arsen tore up my insides, spread them out on the sidewalk, and sizzled them up like a fried egg on a summer day. [5/5 stars]

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Good by S Walden

Equal parts heart-warming, heart-breaking, and realistic, Good is not just good; it’s brilliant. [5/5 stars]

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Thief by Tarryn Fisher

Without giving away any spoilers, Thief ends the Love Me With Lies trilogy with closure and heartbreak, but it’s up to you to find out whose hearts are broken in the end. [5/5 stars]

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The Law of Attraction by N. M. Silber

I LOVED this book. Hardcore, super duper, would recommend it to anyone, marking it as a favorite kind of love. [5/5 stars]

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Just Human by Kerry Heavens

I loved this book. I loved the sweetness, the humor, the love story, the sexing, the characters, the history, the sexing, and the sweetness. Oh, and the sexing. [5/5 stars]

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Fear of Falling by SL Jennings

I can’t recommend Fear of Falling highly enough, and it doesn’t hurt that the sex scenes are beyond steamy. [5/5 stars]

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Pulse by Gail McHugh

Just like Collide, Pulse left me teared up, mad, and deeply in love with the words and characters Gail McHugh wrote. You can’t read one without the other, and thankfully we have a whole story wrapped in Collide and Pulse. [July 2013]

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Losing Hope by Colleen Hoover

Holder has so much dedication, love, compassion, protectiveness, guilt, and life to tell about, that I can’t possibly recommend Losing Hope more or less than I recommend Hopeless. [5/5 stars]

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A Different Blue by Amy Harmon

A Different Blue is compelling, beautiful, different, heart-breaking, heart-warming, and a must-read for anyone who loves an emotional roller coaster. [5/5 stars]

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The Mistress by Tiffany Reisz

To summarize The Mistress (or really, any other of the Original Sinners books) is an impossibility for me. It is perfection. When I finished, I had no words, no more tears. Just, perfection. [5/5 stars]

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Collide by Gail McHugh

Collide is a definite must-read, but I highly suggest you buy it now and let it sit on your e-reader until Pulse is released. [5/5 stars]

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Tangled by Emma Chase

Tangled is not a must-read; it’s a drop-everything-except-your-spare-batteries and read. [5/5 stars]

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Own The Wind: A Chaos Novel by Kristen Ashley

Having a whole series of Tack and his Chaos brothers is like finding out there’s a mashed potato bar at the party: super delicious and exciting. Own The Wind did NOT disappoint. [5/5 stars]

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The Gamble by Kristen Ashley

I really wish Kristen Ashley would stop writing so many good books with alpha men I want to bang. Not only do I want to take Max into my bed, but I want him to be happy with Nina. Yes, that sounds dichotomous, but it’s how my brain works when I love a story and its characters. A super-great read.

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Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning

Featuring my first and favorite book boyfriend, Brian Sinclair, Backstage Pass sucked me into Olivia Cunning’s magical way of penning a sex scene.

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