Saturday, June 30, 2012

Looking For: Erotic Romance (Erotica)


Erotica Week is almost at an end, and I've had a great time! I hope you have, too. But don't worry--it doesn't end until Sunday night (12:01am), so be sure to check out all the fun posts and enter the Erotica giveaway!

Also, international readers: the giveaway for you will be open until the end of this event (July 1st) but if you haven't entered yet, be sure to do so!


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 What Should I Read? [Erotica]

I'm always on the look out for great erotic romances (erotica). They can be new, old, reprints, or upcoming--I'm not picky! :) It may take me a while to read them (ignore the TBR mountain in the corner, please!), but I like having a list to consult when I do need to go book shopping again!

I'm not a fan of M/M (or F/F). BUT, if you can convince me that there is a book in either category that I NEED to read, I'll listen--I'm willing to try once!

Also, I'm not into anything too kinky. I mean, I don't want a story about a girl and her step-dad. No---just no. On many levels. But if that's your thing--more power to ya! :)

Otherwise, I'm pretty much open to anything. At least once. :)

See what else is going on for Erotica Week!

Enjoy!



Until Next Time,
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8 comments :

  1. I have a question. How would you categorize The Anita Blake series. It' got weres and vamps but its erotica. Maybe Paranormal Erotica, or does that even exist. LOL

    I really LOVE erotica. :)

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    1. Oh yes, it exists! :) The way I see it, erotica is like the broad category, with the same subgenres as romance (ie, historical, contemporary, paranormal, fantasy).

      I've only read one or two of Laurell K's books, but I do remember--they are definitely very explicit! Not so much a HEA type, but sexy!

      Enjoy!
      TBQ

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  2. Maya Banks, Lora Leigh, and Callie Croix are good. Have you tried any of thiers?

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    1. I've read Maya's infamous Colter's Woman, really liked it.

      Lora Leigh is one of my all-time favorite authors, though it's been a while and I'm behind on many of her series. :(

      Callie's I've only heard of, putting them on my list! Thanks!

      Enjoy,
      TBQ

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  3. Maya Banks, Lauren Dane, Sophie Oak, Heather Rainier, Sylvia Day, Cherise Sinclair, Vivian Arend, Gwen Campbell, Kallypso Masters, Leah Brooke, Tymber Dalton--have you read any of these authors??

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    1. Maya, Check. Lauren, Check (only one book so far). Sylvia, Check (only one as well). And Vivian, Check (two of her books). :)

      The others will have to go on my list, thanks!

      Enjoy!
      TBQ

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  4. OMG I can not believe I forgot Cherise Sinclare....Bad Wicked Delish..Bad. Love her Masters of the Shadowlands. Her Doms are freakin sexy and sweet.

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  5. hi, My Lady. You are not the mirror but I think the best for me to ask to. Please answer to my question: how do i do to make my story, hot romance in ancient and modern time in castle lived, in english translated? Share your wizardry and let it be. Listen to my pray, godness of my dreams. I'll be waiting, knelt to your feet.

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