There’s no doubt the most talked-about book and movie right now is E L James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
It’s become the bestselling book of all time in Britain, and smashed sales records in the U.S., catapulting the romance genre into the spotlight.
So you’ve devoured the sexual history of Anastasia and Christian and loved every dominant and submissive minute. Now what?
While we don’t think you should ever feel guilty for reading, we’ve made sure they’re available in e-book form, so your device can serve as discreet packaging for these sizzling stories.
Here are 5 erotic romances that are better than the Fifty Shades Trilogy!!
Published under the pseudonym A.N. Roquelaure, this retelling of Charles Perrault’s famous fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty with an erotic twist.Rather than waking up the princess with a kiss, the handsome prince in
this book stirs her with seduction and is rewarded with her submission to his desires.
Because there’s no such thing as too much, Leah Brooke brings you not one but two Christian Grey-type characters: Nick Morietti and Steve Vanguard. Both men dominate the submissive Julianna Lovette in this erotic adventure set against a story of mystery and revenge.
Ever wonder what would have happened if Anastasia and Christian hadn’t worked out? Bestselling author Maya Banks introduces readers to Ren and her paramour Cole, who seem to be living the ultimate love story until Cole takes his desires a step too far. Years later, Ren is living as a submissive to a new man who offers her everything she ever wanted …except for true love.
Catherine Millet has had a sex life worth writing about, and she’s recalled many of her most exciting experiences in this memoir. The book,which is translated from the French, follows her from peep shows to
orgies. Millet takes time to think about her actions, providing an essential bit of reflection to her otherwise tantalizing read.
Nicholson Baker is no stranger to writing about erotic encounters. In the early 1990s, he took phone sex to the published page in “Vox.” Then in 2011, he introduced a new vocabulary of sex acts in “House of Holes,”
which describe exploits of an adult resort reserved for those looking to satisfy eyebrow-raising fantasies