Most Erotic Books of the Year

The Steamiest Reads of 2018

BY: Tiffany Goldstein

If you are looking for a sizzling read to spice up 2019, well we got you covered with latest and sexiest novels of the year. Whether it is the unique love story that provokes you to keep reading or the raunchy verses that immediately turns you on, it’s hard to prevent this type of literature from taking your mind and body places it has never been before. Therefore, we are providing you with a variety of erotic page-turners that will allow you to experience different forms of storytelling and will fulfill all your needs and wants, no matter who you are.

 

 

Open Me: Lisa Locascio

While winter may be in full swing, the novel “Open Me” by Lisa Locascio is a book you should be reading with your feet deep in the sand and catching some sun rays. According to Elle Magazine, “Summer is for sexiness, so yield to this coming-of-age novel about a teen whose erotic awakening in Copenhagen circles around two men: an older local and a refugee from the Balkan War.” As you make your summer reading list, note that the sensational novel gives a fresh voice in fiction, which displays a young adult exploring her sexuality, while discovering the high power of her body. Locascio, will grab your attention immediately and leave you wanting the desire that the main character Roxana Olsen demands from her lovers in a foreign and exotic place.

 

The Mars Room a Novel: Rachel Kushner

American writer Rachel Kushner is the in-depth writer behind the New York Times bestseller “The Mars Room.” The mysterious storyline takes place in the Stanville Women’s Correctional Facility in California. The main character, Romy Hall ended up behind bars serving a life sentence after she killed her stalker. Throughout the book, Kushner portrays Hall as a poor struggling female in American by using emotional flashbacks to her childhood. The Mars Room Title, on the other hand, refers to the strip club that Romy once worked. She explains that the strip club upholds the same hierarchy and rules as the cells of Stanville. For example, mind your own business and never share your real name. The supporting cast of prisoners brings humor to the table to lighten up the dark moments. If you are a fan of “Orange Is the New Black,” chances are you will be head-over-heels for this frisky novel.

 

The Wedding Date: Jasmine Guillory

If you are looking for a typical tacky love story, the erotic novel “The Wedding Date” by Jasmine Guillory is not for you. The hot and heavy page-turner flew off the shelves back in 2018 due to the rare storyline between Alexa Monroe and Drew Nichols. At the beginning of the novel you will see sparks fly between the two when they get stuck in a stalled elevator. Little did we know the unexpected meet-up between the two strangers with demanding occupations would lead to a complicated long distance relationship. It all started when Nichols (a groomsman) needed a last-minute plus one to a wedding and Monroe went off her beat and path and decided to become his “fake girlfriend” for the night. Between the impressive smooth talking, hot wedding sex, the two had more fun than they expected. Do they end up together? You will have to read to find out!

 

 

Educated a Memoir: Tara Westover

Tara Westover’s memoir “Educated,” is a coming-of-age novel about a young woman escaping her Mormon family in Idaho. Father of seven, Gene does not believe in sending his children to school to protect them from the Illuminati. Therefore, this leaves the main character, Tara, no choice than to bury herself in books, to leave the strict rule of her father and the urban-rural divide from mainstream society.  She educated herself in mathematics and grammar to be admitted to Brigham Young University. You will see how education transformed her into a well-rounded, educated woman, that soon got her into Harvard and Cambridge. This book is chock-full of rule breaking, new experiences, and seeing the world from a different point-of-view.