Steam Heat: What to read after 50 Shades of Grey
Suggested reading from fans of the 50 Shades series.
New series by Joey W. Hill.
Zoe is a woman in a committed relationship with her boyfriend Chase. Then one night, Chase reveals his number-one fantasy, which involves his two best buddies. Is Zoe game? She sure is, because it opens the door for a secret fantasy all her own. In Her Fantasy Men, a girly-girl named Kelsey plays football, craves action movies, and loves knocking back a cold beer with her three best friends-all male. So what does Kelsey want? A fantasy come true for all four of them.
USA Today Bestselling Author Robin Schone is the recipient of the Romantic Times 2008 Career Lifetime Achievement Award for Most Innovative Historical Romances. She is published in thirteen countries, including China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and Spain. Scandalous Lovers (Kensington Brava 2007) was chosen by RUSQ (Reference & User Services Quarterly, the official journal of the Reference and User Services Association of the American Library Association) as one of five books to repre
so... i have some serious feminist objections to this book and YET... i really enjoyed the series. there is some really great, creative mythology here, but you do have to wade through some distasteful prostitution/sexual slavery/bdsm sex as well. oh, and some really florid prose. read at your own risk. :)
Kushiel's Dart. First in the Kushiel's Legacy series.
Up-and-coming painter Paris Sweeney finds herself painting a vivid murder--based on a series of disturbing dreams. But when her friend Chandra is killed in a similar fashion, Paris and her lover become the prime suspects. Steamy bedroom scenes.