Suddenly Forbidden by Ella Fields

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Suddenly Forbidden by Ella Fields

 I’m not scared. You and me … like the moon and the stars, we’re permanent.
He bit my finger playfully then kissed it, his eyes glowing with specks of gold from the late afternoon sunshine spilling through the crack of his curtains.

“I think I’ve been in love with you since I could remember, but it’s changed.”

Noticing my sudden concern, he pecked my lips, then continued against them, ” Gotten stronger every fucking day, month, and year. To the point where you’ve become a permanent part of me, and I don’t know if I could ever exist without you.” 

 

 

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The Big List Of Young Adult Books For Smut Book Readers

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The Big List Of Young Adult Books For Smut Book Readers

I like to think of books classified as Young Adult Romance like this: If my 14-year-old daughter picked up this book, she wouldn’t run screaming to bleach out her eyeballs and neither would I.

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But not all YA book readers are teen girls; all ages of people are picking up these books and enjoying them more than ever before.

Chances are, you’ve read YA. Love the Hunger Games trilogy? Read the entire Divergent series? swoon…Four Twilight lover maybe?

Those books have been going around the readersphere for over 10 years, so we wanted to find out what the New Big Thing in YA is!

I asked around the Smut Muffins hangout to see what they’re reading when they’re not reading hardcore smut.

Young Adult vs. New Adult (via Indies Unlimited)

Young Adult

Characters’ Ages: Usually anywhere from 14 – 18 years of age; Sex: There can be sex in YA novels, but it’s usually only mentioned and the physical details are simply touched on, not given in full detail. If the characters do have sex, the reader is offered more of an emotional ride rather than a graphic painting of the event.

New Adult

Character Ages: Usually between 18 – 25 years of age; Some NA novels are basically erotica, but they don’t have to be. Explicit sex scenes are not a requirement of NA fiction. (S)ome…NA novels that have either no sex or fade to black type situations. (O)ne subtle difference between NA and YA sex scenes is that NA characters are more aware of their bodies. They aren’t afraid to recognize when they are being turned on and they’re more confident in exploring their sexuality.

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The Big List Of Young Adult Books For Smut Book Readers

Any recommended series are listed by its first book.

Here are some of the YA books – those rated with a “Feverish” heat rating — we Smut Fairies have read and recommend!

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And what do the masses say? Here are 15 of the highly-rated YA romance books on Goodreads and Amazon (not including Hunger Games, Divergent, and Twilight – see above):

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Check out this awesome list of Young Adult books our fellow Smut Muffins have loved!

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What YA books do you have to add to our list?

Let everyone know in the comments!

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

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An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

Favorite Quotes

When it comes to girls (and in Colin’s case, it so often did), everyone has a type. Colin Singleton’s type was not physical but linguistic: he liked Katherines. And not Katies or Kats or Kitties or Cathys or Rynns or Trinas or Kays or Kates or, God forbid, Catherines. K-A-T-H-E-R-I-N-E. He had dated nineteen girls. All of them had been named Katherine. And all of them- every single solitary one- had dumped him.
I love you, Katherine. The name sounded different in his mouth when spoken to her; it became not the name with which he had been so long obsessed, but a word that described only her, a word that smelled like lilacs, that captured the blue of her eyes and the length of her eyelashes.
What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable? How very odd, to believe God gave you life, and yet not think that life asks more of you than watching TV.
It rather goes without saying that Katherine drank her coffee black. Katherines do, generally. They like their coffee like they like their ex-boyfriends: bitter.
He wanted to draw out the moment before the moment- because as good as kissing feels, nothing feels as good as the anticipation of it.
“I just want to do something that matters. Or be something that matters. I just want to matter.”
He missed that, too, and it hadn’t even happened. He missed his imagined future. You can love someone so much, he thought. But you can never love people as much as you can miss them.
“And the moral of the story is that you don’t remember what happened. What you remember becomes what happened.”

An Abundance of Katherines

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