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Nov 18 2013 3:30pm

Getting Stuffed in November: Erotic Recommendations for November 2013

If Only by Cherise SinclairIn need of some sexy reading material to fill your e-reader? I’m here for you. Each month I will bring you an assortment of erotic pleasure reads to tempt your palate—and your credit card....

Preparing for the holidays can be stressful, but the men and women below know exactly how to “unwind” after a long hard (so to speak...) day.

If Only (Masters of the Shadowlands #8) by Cherise Sinclair

The queen of BDSM beings us the long anticipated story of the sassy mischievous submissive Sally and the two F.B.I. Doms determined to tame her. Heavy erotic play plays nicely against an emotional and suspenseful storyline.

After the last fiasco, Sally gives up. She’ll never find a Dom of her own. Instead the computer whizz is job hunting in between bending the law—just a bit—to unearth the bastards who’d enslaved her friends. The clueless cops and Feds obviously need help.

FBI special agents, Galen and Vance, have waited to play with Sally for a long time. When the mischievous submissive returns to the exclusive Shadowlands BDSM club after an ugly relationship, the experienced co-tops are pleased. Realizing she’s suppressing her emotions, the powerful Doms push her—only to find that her sassiness conceals a scarred and vulnerable heart.

Shaken by the unexpected emotional exposure, Sally flees the demanding Masters and the Shadowlands. Both Galen and Vance have reasons not to seek a long-term submissive, but when a brutal attack by her ex-Dom sends Sally into their home, the two agents are driven to protect her. To help her. To take her under command. Falling in love isn’t in the plans.

But as the little imp brings light into their lives, they begin to want more…until they discover she’s hacked into an organization that delights in burning people alive.

Don't Let Go by Skye Warren

Don’t Let Go by Skye Warren

Skye Warren's Don't Let Go is an insidious dark erotic romance that rams through all your comfort levels with no effort to cushion the blows. Lies and duplicity are the base upon which this story is built, while pleasure and pain bring the words read into stunning clarity. Warren shows us that sometimes your happily ever after can only be found once you have been stripped of everything you are.

Junior FBI Agent Samantha Holmes is assigned the case of a lifetime, along with an enigmatic new partner, Ian Hennessy. She's determined to prove herself to the bureau legend, but late nights and stolen moments lead to more than respect. They lead to desire, and soon she's fallen for the one man forbidden.

Together they hunt for the FBI's most wanted man. A criminal. A psychopath. But when they get close, Samantha may end up prey instead. She must face her dark past to stay alive—and to protect the man she loves.

Don't Let Go is a dark erotic novel that contains dubious consent and captivity. Not intended for those under eighteen or those uncomfortable with the subject matter.

Now or Never by Logan BelleNow or Never by Logan Belle

Erotic pleasures turn into something more when a single mom’s sexual bucket list winds up in the hands of a man whose only goals is to make ALL her fantasies come true. A sweet, sexy, and emotional journey of rediscovery.

Claire is looking forward to some romance now that her son is finally off to college. As a devoted single mother she desperately needs to get her groove back and make up for lost time. But a sudden crisis has her wondering if her sex life will be over before she even goes on her first date.

When Claire meets Justin, she cannot understand why the handsome, charming guy who can get any woman he wants is so preoccupied with her and her dilemma. What is wrong with him? And why is he pushing Claire so hard to complete her sexual bucket list?

Figuring out Justin and the getting through her ‘now or never’ list of fantasies just might get Claire her real life happily ever after…

Try by Ella FrankTry (Temptation #1) by Ella Frank

When a bisexual man targets a straight, soon-to-be-divorced man for a little sexual afternoon delight, neither are prepared for the chemical explosion that erupts between them. As their relationship begins to morph into something more, our heroes find themselves unable to contain the fire that sweeps between them and threatens to consume them both.

Sex. Logan Mitchell loves it, and ever since he realized his raw sexual appeal at a young age, he has had no problem using it to his advantage. Men and women alike fall into his bed—after all, Logan is not one to discriminate. He lives by one motto—if something interests you, why not just take a chance and try?

And he wants to try Tate Morrison.

Just coming out of a four-year marriage with an ex-wife from hell, a relationship is the last thing on Tate’s mind. He’s starting fresh and trying to get back on his feet with a new job at an upscale bar in downtown Chicago.

The only problem is, Tate has caught the unwavering and unwelcome attention of Mr. Logan Mitchell—a regular at the bar and a man who always gets what he wants.

Night after night Tate fends off the persistent advances of the undeniably charismatic man, but after an explosive moment in the bar, all bets are off as he finds his body stirring with a different desire than his mind.

As arrogance, stubbornness and sexual tension sizzles between the two, it threatens to change the very course of their lives.

Logan doesn’t do relationships. Tate doesn’t do men. But what would happen if they both just gave in and…tried?

Breeder by Cara BristolBreeder (Breeders, #1) by Cara Bristol

Color me surprised by Cara Bristol’s erotically charged sci-fi romance-Breeder. Set in a violent male dominated society where women are sold as breeding slaves, one couple finds themselves challenging societies edicts. Passions explode and tempers run high as their forbidden relationship threatens to destroy everything and everyone they love.

To secure his legacy, Commander Dak, a ruling Alpha of planet Parseon, purchases Omra, a breeder slave. He intends to impregnate her, produce a son, and hand her off to his anointed beta partner. As Dak and Omra discover a sexual bliss banned by law, he begins to question Protocol-sanctioned male domination, causing him to jeopardize his command and endanger the life of the woman he has come to love.

Breeder explores the concepts of gender roles and social prohibitions against deviant behavior. It includes graphic M/F and some M/M sexual content and domestic discipline.

So what’s got your e-reader smoking hot this month?

 


Tori Benson can be found at Smexybooks and at Twitter.

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8 comments
Cara Bristol
1. Cara Bristol
Color me suprised to find Breeder on the recommended reads list. Thank you!
Janet Webb
2. JanetW
Whew, we're in the Tropics even if it's November--Breeder sounds very dark and unusual.
Cara Bristol
3. Torifl
Cara Bristol-LOL It was very good. I normally won't touch pure sci fi especially erotic sci fi but a friend rec'd this and I've very glad she did.

JanetW-It is different. I enjoyed it.
Cara Bristol
4. Jessi Gage
I've got two of these on my Kindle. TRY and Breeder. I am behind on my Skye Warren reading. Argh. Need more time for reading!
Cara Bristol
5. robinsid
I just finished Try and really liked the dynamic between the characters. It's a great sexy story. I'm not too crazy about the 'to be continued' ending, though. I mean, I will be glad to read more about these characters in another story, but this book didn't seem quite finished.
Cara Bristol
6. Torifl
@robinsid-Yes, the ending of Try felt incomplete to me too.

@Jessi Gage-Don't we all? lol
Marie Sullivan
7. minime2
I really liked Breeder and I have loved the Shadowlands series. Don't let go was intriguing in a dark way.
Marie Sullivan
8. minime2
Book #2 in Cara Bristol's Breeder's series just came out and it was really good. I can't wait for book 3.
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