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This edition of Kink Your Kindle features some absolute showstoppers in the world of new erotic fiction — and the fiction genre, period. I’m not sure what changed in the past few months, but something certainly has in the world of erotica. The newest crop of hot, lit smut is deep, and I highly recommend each and every one of them. Best of all, most of these are indies, and self-published works, so we’re supporting the writers directly! YAY!

With the exception of any nonfiction titles, every selection in this post contains explicit sex, ranging from romantic trysts with hardcore sex to character-driven, thoughtful – but very nasty – porn. Expect unusual and rich stories, characters with complexity, riveting realistic sex, and skilled storytelling.

Searching for erotic Kindle books is a nightmare of poorly written (auto generated? plagiarized?) free books, most exploiting dated (and often offensive) stereotypes that are a turn-off. But they all rank high on Amazon’s search, page after page – making it impossible to find quality erotic titles. I hope that Kink Your Kindle helps to hack a path through the rip-offs and Kindle spammers, and that through this you discover new authors you grow to love.

Take The Heat - Kink Your Kindle

  • Take the Heat: A Criminal Romance Anthology ($3.99) multiple authors, including favorites Giselle Renarde, Tamsin Flowers (@GiselleRenarde, @TamsinFlowers)
    “Crack. That would be the one word to describe this awesome anthology. I could not put it down. Not for deadlines of my own, bedtimes if I had better sense or any other reason. I crawled back to my e-reader on breaks and hugged it during morning coffee. Each story is different but holds the same sweet edge of sex and danger that always keeps me coming back for more. Hot!!! 5/5 for sheer panty soaking heat. I loved it!!” (Amazon review)
  • Haunted ($1.99) by Sommer Marsden (@sommer_marsden)
    “Hang on folks, you’re going on a wild and scary ride with some romantic delight tossed in here and there to us anchored. The characters were well done. The story line unfolded in vivid detail. The author’s words created such imagery that I could see the haunted amusement park: the defunct rides, dilapidated buildings, even the faded clowns. Not only see but hear the screeching roller coaster grind on the tracks with sparks flying, hear the shrill screams and the laughter of long ago. No spoilers but there are a lot of memorable scenes you don’t want to miss. This is a must read that will keep the romance lovers and the paranormal lovers content.” (Amazon review) See also: The Accidental Cougar ($2.99)
  • The Eyes of Bast ($3.50) by Lisabet Sarai
    “When instinct tells Shaina to visit the feral cat trap she’s set in Central Park, she listens to that inner voice. She discovers she’s caged a magnificent black tom, but the cat inexplicably vanishes after she tends to his wounds. Seeking the errant feline, Shaina encounters instead a handsome stranger whose slightest touch sets her body on fire. As the day dawns after a night of ferocious passion, her mysterious lover is forced back into his true shape – the tomcat she rescued. Born a cat, Tom was transformed into an unwilling shape shifter by a sorceress who craved a human plaything to satisfy her perverse lusts. Centuries old and irresistibly powerful, Delphine Montserrat will stop at nothing to find her runaway familiar. Shaina vows to do whatever is necessary to defeat the vicious but seductive witch and save the man she believes is her soulmate.” See also: The Witches of Gloucester ($2.99)
  • The Incubus and the Angel: Magic University Book Three ($6.99) by Cecilia Tan (@ceciliatan)
    “The Incubus and the Angel is an entertaining read that has a similar magical world structure as the Harry Potter books, though these tales of magic definitely aren’t for children. Kyle is a strong hero but with a touch of femininity which helps him relate to Lindy in ways an alpha male type couldn’t. He’s been hurt emotionally, but willing to keep searching for his soul mate.” (You Gotta Read Reviews)
  • Hot for Her: Dirty Boys Get Everything They Lust For: Four Adult Short Sex Stories ($2.99) by Lana Fox, J.T. Louder, Angela Tavares (@foxlana, @jtlouder, @herebookybooky)
    Women writing porn from the male point of view… is it hot? Hell yes! “From a taxi-cab customer with lusciously bounceable breasts to a college coach whose wife knows the meaning of share time, the women in HOT FOR HER know how to take their pleasure, and the men who crave them can’t get enough. Taking the male point of view, these four pleasure-focused stories build quickly and erupt with force. Everyone’s having the orgasms they’ve dreamed of, in settings far away from home.”

  • The Spanking House: And other stories ($3.89) by Alison Tyler (@AlisonTyler)
    Eight exquisite short stories about spanking – and the thrilling erotic friction that leads to the moment of contact – make Tyler’s newest collection of her favorite filthy pastime a must-read. Highly recommended. “In the backseat of a shiny black limo and over the end of a classic cherry-colored convertible. I’ve been punished while bent over a motorcycle. Smacked with a wooden ruler while duct-taped to a desk. But over-the-knee is my favorite position, my favorite place to be.”
  • Spyder’s Trouble (A BDSM Space Opera) ($5.99) by Korin I. Dushayl (@eroticawriter)
    “As the shadow of a repressive piety movement spreads across the system’s free worlds, the Lady Cassandra and her slaves must flee home. The Dominatrix persuades her loyal clients to smuggle her out of the city where she lives. When he rushes to her aid, Spyder’s troubles follow him. Pursued both by the law and the lawless, Spyder and his navigator exploit every evasive maneuver and smuggler’s trick they know…”
  • The Companion Contract ($3.99) by Solace Ames (@solacewrites)
    “The Companion Contract is such a gem — while Amy may (sometimes) enjoy playing the submissive, there’s never a question that she’s a capable and strong woman, in total control of her life. Watching her act as a friend to Miles, as he grapples with addiction and rebuilding his life, is just as satisfying as seeing her fall for Emanuel. And brava to Solace Ames for writing Xiomara, a spirited heroine who deserves her own story. As a trans woman of color, Xiomara isn’t the kind of character readers see all that often in romance, and Ames brings her to life with both vibrancy and humanity. More, please.” (RT February 2015 Seal of Excellence)
  • Indecent Desires ($2.99) by Sophia Valenti (@sophiavalenti)
    “Angela has always admired her neighbor, Nate, but her interest is piqued even more when she spies him delivering an over-the-knee spanking to a pretty lady. Her curiosity doesn’t go unnoticed, however, and the following day, Nate invites her over for a better look–and some well-deserved punishment of her own. She soon realizes the price of peeping on your neighbor, especially when he’s a Dom.”

  • Silent Shadows Come: Erotic Tales of Ninjas ($3.99) edited by Jennifer Levine (@jlevine3), multiple authors
    “We know that ninjas were historically spies, assassins, and saboteurs, trained to blend in using disguises and stealth, but beyond that… well, it’s up to our imaginations to decide (…) In one story, Nina Parker shows us the cunning mind of the shinobi in “A Job To Be Done.” A ninja knows that a single problem may have many solutions and that some obstacles can be overcome in ways that are… well, mutually beneficial. But what if a ninja underestimates just how distracting that solution may be?”
  • Cream: An Erotic Romance ($2.99) by Lana Fox (@foxlana)
    “Sultry jazz singer Caroline Spence has a penchant for smokier numbers—and, as it turns out, men of a similar temperament. So when the darkly dominant Marcus takes her on as his submissive, she surprises him by sharing his love of double cream, both in a bowl and on her body, as well as a passion for kink that could lose him his job. Still, it turns out Marcus isn’t the only one who wants Caroline. Two men. One siren. And a challenge that changes her life.”
  • Lips Like Ice ($6.99) by Peggy Barnett (@scifrey)
    “Lips Like Ice is the best kind of erotica. Barnett’s world is creative and alive while at the same time being fantastical and bizarre, her characters feel hyper-realm and the sex is hot! But at the same time, the book is also the best kind of fantasy, working as a masterful allegory for the gender challenges that face men, women, and beyond in our own culture. Barnett pens a roadmap to the mistakes real people so often make, and creates a sympathetic story of error and correction; of frustration and kindness. And the sex is HOT! This is a must-read for fans of genre-bending fantasy; steamy, envelope-pushing erotica; and as a dude, I feel like every guy should read it for a greater understanding of the forces we’re subjected to, and the mistakes we can avoid through greater understanding.” (Amazon review)
  • Paperback only, but too good to leave out: Dog Men ($15) by Alana Noel Voth (@alananoel)
    “The action here is deep and meaningful — characters make difficult choices, and endure the consequences. Not many writers would have you feel genuine, wrenching pity for the plight of a brain-eating zombie, or the most beautiful man in the world (…) The stories are sex-soaked — hustlers, porn shops, trysts that are messy and hot and explicit. People risk everything for sex (“love was holy”) — their reputations, their bodies, their lives. And the sex is not straightforward. This is as about as far from vanilla as I can imagine. Sex with an edge. Failed sex, masochistic sex, salty, painful, difficult and real.” (Trigger Warnings, The Lit Pub)

NEW FROM ME

Bisexual Husbands

“What you need to know about Filthy Housewives is that it offers literary pornography at its finest. What’s masterful about this collection is the sheer erotic creativity it displays. Every single story might start off sounding like something you’ve read someplace, some time, but no—Filthy Housewives offers seven arousing, inventive sexual fantasies, and each one will provide you with at least one moment, one image or scent, that will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading.” (Amazon review)

“Anyone thinking Mad Men? I know I am. And yet, when you open Bisexual Husbands, and begin your journey, it’s nothing like anything you’ve ever read before. Between the covers are seven hot and kinky tales of husbands gone wild – pushed and prodded into it by their wild and kinky wives. Before they realize what’s going on, they’re caught up in something they never knew they wanted. In between stories, cleanse your palette with bits and bites from Violet herself – tips on how to kink up your bar, or the proper way to lube up. All tips feel like they should be published in Good Housekeeping, but it keeps with the feel of the collection. Old fashioned on the outside, but thoroughly modern and shiny new on the inside.” (Amazon review)

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Bisexual Husbands

My new book Bisexual Husbands became available for purchase on Amazon and direct from me, on Digita Publications one week ago.

Someone I respect and admire very much, Ms. Naughty, reviewed Bisexual Husbands saying, “It’s hard to pick a favourite from this selection. (…) Every story features explicit sex, often in great detail, but none of them ever commit the sin of being boring. The physical ins-and-outs are well balanced by the drama and emotion of what’s happening between the characters and it’s very easy to inhabit their minds even as your vicariously experience their bodies.”

It has been a surprising week for reviews and support for the companion to Filthy Housewives. If you’ve been following what all us Cleis authors and editors have been going through (yes we’re still dealing with what the former owners did to us), you know that both books represent much more than being romantic bookends, though that sounds pretty nice all by itself. Long story short, the support for Bisexual Husbands (like this tweet from hero Laura Antoniou) is beyond affirming for me, and all the authors.

Bisexuality is often dismissed by both gay and straight camps as “not making up your mind” but bi people know its a genuine orientation that deserves respect – and its own erotica genre. On top of that, I know that plenty of women really love the idea of watching two guys fuck each other (and perhaps joining in). And then there are all those guys who dream about it but feel too restrained by societal expectations to do it. Bisexual Husbands offers a chance to explore the idea, if only in the imagination. (…)

All in all I recommend this collection. It defines itself as “refined litporn” and I think that’s an apt description. This is well-written, extremely arousing, smart erotica with a broad appeal. If you’ve ever fantasized about batting for the other team – or for watching your guy do so – you’ll love this book. (Bisexual Husbands – Review, msnaughty.com)

Right now on Amazon it has five reviews, the newest one from a woman who writes:

This collection contains some SCORCHING stories! Honestly I can say I loved all of them and am glad I bought this book as this topic/theme is one that always gets me fired up. Aside from the stories themselves, I liked the added tips and the cocktail recipes as well. After reading this I plan on purchasing the other recent, short and specifically themed collections that Violet Blue has released in the last couple of months.

But there’s more! All the Amazon reviews are great! Author Alison Tyler points out what people are saying about Bisexual Husbands:

• Violet Blue always finds great stories and authors for her anthologies. This one is no different.

• Between the covers are seven hot and kinky tales of husbands gone wild—pushed and prodded into it by their wild and kinky wives.

• I was mesmerized by the nonstop intensity of this collection.

• This collection of short stories grabbed me right away and held my attention until I’d plowed through them all.

We’re all thrilled that readers are liking Bisexual Husbands so much (THANK YOU!!) and I’m already working on the next book in the series. Please tell your friends and followers to buy our books! I love sending money to writers every month, and we all can’t thank you enough for your support, kind words, and for being part of this.

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Welcome to the 2014 Holiday edition of Kink Your Kindle!

With the exception of some nonfiction titles, I promise every book recommended in this post contains explicit sex. The literate porn you’ll find in my handpicked selection below ranges from romantic lust to character-driven — yet very explicit — porn. I take pride in these posts: All of these authors are highly skilled, and there’s no doubt each pours their heart into their work.

Expect unpredictable and rich stories, complex characters, deliciously realistic sex, and unforgettable narratives. I hope this selection of high quality dirty ebooks, new sex nonfiction, and smart smut distracts you (in the best way) from holiday silliness.

NONFICTION

  • Love and War: How Militarism Shapes Sexuality and Romance ($12.49) by Tom Digby
    “From the bullying of a little boy with a “girl-colored” lunch box, to an American general left furious at the indifference to traumatized World War I veterans, to aboriginal tribes who exist outside our militaristic frame of reference, to the causes and effects of today’s ultra-misogynistic porn, Professor Digby serves as our congenial and insightful tour guide through the misty territories of “male” and “female,” patiently showing us the path to a better way of configuring the relationship between the sexes.”
  • Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionary ($8.49) by Polly Whittaker
    “Maybe you’ve experienced some big city sex and kink culture. Maybe you have heard about it. Maybe you just landed here by mistake. However you found Polly, you have found a delicious and delightful book. It is raw, honest, funny, heartbreaking, and of course, very sexy. There’s no entitled ego in this memoir, just a fascinating and deep exploration of a woman living a tough life and making the best of it from London to San Francisco.”
  • Grave Desire: A Cultural History of Necrophilia (7.99) by Steve Finbow
    “If sex and death are the two pivotal obsessions of the human species, Steve Finbow nails both of them simultaneously in this brilliantly incisive cultural and corporeal history of necrophilia, by assembling seminal case studies together with the aberrant literatures, visions and theories they’ve inspired. Pathologically and outlandishly good.” -Stephen Barber
  • Wild Girls Club ($9.95) by Anka Radakovich
    This Anka Radakovich’s newest collection of experiences writing her sex column; 40 first-person nonfiction stories take you through her experiences and reactions as a tourist visiting the most far-out sex things she can think of. It’s a fun read, and I’d best describe it as addictive junk food — a quick read, easy to gorge on, and fun to read out loud to friends.
  • The Client’s Guide To Hiring Male Escorts ($2.99) by Jason Jordan
    “Like a conventional date, the appointment with a male escort is rarely smooth sailing. This book has the answers to many dilemmas, including what to do when contact a male escort who refuses to discuss intimate details or prices over the phone, and when male escort arrives and looks nothing as you expected because he used fake pictures in his ad.”

FICTION

  • The Mighty Quinn (2.99) by Sommer Marsden
    “Sommer Marsden may just be the queen of lovable characters. This story is hot, like wildfire in the outback hot, but it is also an excellent story that we all relate with – wanting change. Quinn, recently dumped, needs a new outlook or perhaps a new attitude. Throw in an aging burlesque dancer and a cop with a heart of gold – well, read for yourself. I loved these characters – Frenchy needs a book of her own! Read it! Read it! Read it!”
  • Chemical [se]X ($4.99) by Oleander Plume
    Go Deeper Press writes, “Chemical [se]X is a 13-story, one-novella anthology that comes courtesy of editor Oleander Plume. What happens when you experiment with aphrodisiac chocolates? Well, courtesy of some of erotica’s best authors, there are many different takes here, and they’re all original and destined to press one, if not all, of your sexy buttons.”
  • A Touch of Steel: Erotic Tales of Warriors ($4.99) by A.D.R. Forte
    “Six new original stories by A.D.R. Forte that weave science-fiction and fantasy with the erotic power of soldiers, hunters, and fighters of all kinds. In one story (‘Immortality’) Captain Trey Danner is awed by the mysterious and captivating new Colonel on base. Her legendary prowess in battle is a source of much speculation and rumor among the soldiers and the more intimately he comes to know his Colonel, the more Danner wonders if the stories are true– if perhaps she really is an immortal, unable to fall in battle…”

  • Darker Edge of Desire: Gothic Tales of Romance ($9.99) edited by Mitzi Szereto
    “Mitzi Szereto has brought together out-of-this-world romance and fantasy writers who let passion drive the heartbeat of their paranormal tales (…) Venturing even further into the world of supernatural romance than she did in the critically acclaimed Red Velvet and Absinthe, Szereto conjures an atmosphere filled with the distinct Gothic flavors of thrilling danger and exquisite eroticism.”
  • Filthy Housewives ($3.89) edited by Violet Blue
    “(…) what you need to know about Filthy Housewives is that it offers literary pornography at its finest. What’s masterful about this collection is the sheer erotic creativity it displays. Every single story might start off sounding like something you’ve read someplace, some time, but no—Filthy Housewives offers seven arousing, inventive sexual fantasies, and each one will provide you with at least one moment, one image or scent, that will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading. It’s like the Bible of go-to scenes for a quick yank: unzip, close your eyes, and conjure up (for example) an image or two of Marcus and his wife enjoying young Thad in America Monroe’s “The Professor’s Wife.” Sheer ecstasy.” -Jacob Louder
  • The Ingredients of Bliss ($4.99) by Lisabet Sarai
    “Accomplished cook Mei Lee ‘Emily’ Wong knows exactly what she wants—her own show on the Tastes of France food channel. But life is full of complications. First, her deceptively nerdy producer, Harry Sanborne, initiates Emily into the delights of submission. Then her boss, legendary chef Etienne Duvalier, begs her to dominate him. Her plans fall apart in Marseille as a Hong Kong drug syndicate kidnaps both Etienne and Harry…” Also recommended: Bangkok Noir ($2.99)
  • Sherlock’s Scandal ($1.99) by Suz deMello
    “A bored Sherlock is a dangerous Sherlock. His twin vices of cocaine and sex could prove his undoing, until he meets his match in elusive, enigmatic Irene Adler. Hiding her heart, Irene deserts Sherlock in the midst of their affair. He schemes to win her back, but the lady won’t come easily to hand. Instead she forces him to compete for honor, glory and love.”

  • Penthouse Variations on Oral: Erotic Stories of Going Down ($9.99) edited by Barbara Pizio
    This is really a well-selected collection. “In the debut of the book series inspired by the wildly popular Penthouse Variations Magazine, the focus is on oral pleasures of every kind. Penthouse Variations on Oral reminds us that nothings is more appetizingly erotic than a good blow job and that going down on the object of your affection is sheer bliss for both parties.”
  • Intrusion ($2.99) by Charlotte Stein
    Cheesy cover, great book. “Beth falls hard and fast for oddball Noah, who is hesitant to receive sexual pleasure due to past trauma. The sexual tension — which Stein is an expert at writing — is almost as intense as Beth’s frustration with being unable to reciprocate in the bedroom. Readers won’t want to wait to see what she does next. (RT Book Reviews)”
  • Wrapped Around Your Finger ($9.99) by Alison Tyler
    “Entirely suited to one another, Jack and Samantha continue to explore their sultry, kink-drenched love affair. Jack, a dominant’s Dom, pushes Samantha’s boundaries, making Sam do things she’d never thought she wanted to -— never believed she would. He takes her in public, on stage, punishes her with both sensory deprivation and erotic overload. Yet can she manage to stretch her love for Jack to incorporate his carnal need for his male assistant, Alex, as well?”
  • Gangbanged Couples: Erotic Tales of Extreme Bisexual Submission ($3.69) edited by N.T. Morley
    “These explicitly erotic tales of adventure junkies in love accompany each other in hardcore action of the dirtiest kind, sometimes sexually submitting to large groups of men, other times finding themselves at the mercy of gleeful ladies who wield strap-on cocks with skill and force. No one in this book is going home until they get what they came for… and maybe a little bit more.”

  • Those Boys ($5.99) Edited by Alison Tyler
    “Bisexual dom Sandy meets Rem in his local horse-and-tack store while shopping for a quirt. He’s instantly taken by Rem’s shocking good looks and the way he struts around in an old Western-style shirt. “A preening peacock” Sandy calls him, before announcing, in the hottest of ways, what narcissists like Rem deserve. Sandy brings Rem home to Vanessa (Those Girls, $1.99) where all three enjoy intensely erotic BDSM sex, with Sandy pushing everyone’s boundaries in ways they want and he knows they need.”
  • ’tis the Season ($0.99) by Sommer Marsden
    “‘Tis the Season for a fun, flirty tale of holiday passion: A perfect short, cheerful read at that busy time of year. Nothing but lots of humor with a festive cast of characters, a dashing hero, a good-hearted heroine and a warm afterglow. All thanks to the magic of Christmas…oh, and a stuck thermostat.”

MOAR!

Recommended pre-order titles, coming out this month:

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Great news: I’ve been doing Kink Your Kindle sex book roundups for so long, and the collection of posts is so long, that I’ve added a dedicated page! Now, click on the top tab (above!) Kink Your Kindle page to access sex book lists anytime, or send your friends the link when they’re looking for book shopping inspiration!

It’s summertime, so it’s time for a new roundup of the season’s best sex books. With the exception of the nonfiction titles, every selection in this post contains explicit sex, ranging from romantic trysts with hardcore sex to character-driven, thoughtful — but very nasty — porn. Expect unusual and rich stories, characters with complexity, riveting realistic sex, and skilled storytelling.

NONFICTION

  • Straight: The Surprisingly Short History of Hetrosexuality ($14.47) by Hanne Blank
    “It’s surprising that the term “heterosexuality” is less than 150 years old and that heterosexuality’s history has never before been written, given how obsessed we are with it. In Straight, independent scholar Hanne Blank delves deep into the contemporary psyche as well as the historical record to chronicle the realm of heterosexual relations–a subject that is anything but straight and narrow. Consider how Catholic monasticism, the reading of novels, the abolition of slavery, leisure time, divorce, and constipation of the bowels have all at some time been labeled enemies of the heterosexual state.”
  • The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy ($9.99) by Violet Blue (me!), introduction by Carol Queen
    This book is getting such great reviews — and I’m ecstatic! “The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy helps readers learn their lover’s secret fantasies; engage in hot, dramatic role-play without feeling silly; have a threesome-without jealousy; explore sex parties and swinging; have sex in public; create thrilling S&M scenarios; make their own porn and erotic photos; and strip, give lap dances, and talk dirty. Also included are comprehensive lists of the most popular fantasies and fetishes complete with suggestions for props, toys, and costumes (and where to buy them), racy sex games for lovers, expert help for deciding just how far to take your fantasies, and hot new stories by best-selling erotica author Alison Tyler.”
  • Real Science of Sex Appeal: Why We Love, Lust, and Long for Each Other ($4.49) by How Stuff Works
    While the physical version of this book won’t be out until next year, the Kindle edition is available. Discovery’s How Stuff Works put together this fun little science trivia book about attraction and sex, and it makes for a great, light read that’s perfect for traveling.
  • Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East ($9.99) by Benjamin Law
    “Benjamin Law takes his investigative duties seriously, going nude where required in Balinese sex resorts, sitting backstage for hours with Thai ladyboy beauty contestants, and trying Indian yoga classes designed to cure his homosexuality. The characters he meets — from Tokyo’s celebrity drag queens to HIV-positive Burmese sex workers and Malaysian ex-gay Christian fundamentalists to Chinese gays and lesbians who marry each other to please their parents — all teach him something new about being queer in Asia.”
  • The Invisible Orientation: An Introduction to Asexuality (Kindle price n/a) by Julie Sondra Decker
    This book isn’t out until September and the Kindle page isn’t yet live — but if you are asexual, or know anyone who identifies as asexual, I’ve had a chance to read the manuscript and this book is nothing short of a breakthrough. Highly recommended.

FICTION

  • A Princess Bound: Naughty Fairy Tales for Women ($9.99) by Kristina Wright
    There are some incredible stories in this; I’ve selected one of them for Best Women’s Erotica 2015. “In this new anthology of erotic romance fairy tales from the editor of the best-selling Fairy Tale Lust and Lustfully Ever After, the fairy tales are naughtier and have a BDSM twist. Retellings of the classics are joined with clever original tales, making for a darkly sensual and intensely romantic collection.”
  • Uncover Me ($3.79) by AM Hartnett
    “The photos are becoming a compulsion for Carrie. As soon as she wakes up, she feels the need to engage with the readers of her erotic website, Dirty Pictures. No matter how hard she tries to focus on her real life the need is always there. The high is knowing that men desire her. One day a comment on her erotic website makes Carrie go cold: one of her readers, Brendan, has recognised a landmark in the window of one of her pictures. Brendan knows where to find her and has sent a tantalising private message.”
  • Written On Skin: An Anthology of the Erotics of Body Modification ($4.61) by Remittance Girl
    “Written on Skin invites readers into the sensory, emotional and psychological landscape of body modification. All body modification is about possession: an act of claiming oneself, or memorializing events or people on skin, or the giving over of power to another. The metaphorical penetration of the body, acknowledged or not, is yet another erotic and often ecstatic element. Some of the tales are sweet and romantic, while others skate the edge of erotic horror. There are no limits here: all genders, all sexual orientations.”
  • Can’t Get Enough: Erotica for Women ($9.99) by Tenille Brown
    “Picking up where Gotta Have It left off, Can’t Get Enough captures the passion and intensity of quickies and nooners: those delicious times when the urge to merge takes over.”

  • The Big Book of Submission: 69 Kinky Tales ($9.99) by Rachel Kramer Bussel
    This stellar, explicit collection releases July 21, and is available for pre-order now. Check out the book’s blog for more info and other goodies. “Submission takes many forms in this collection of 69 short stories, from straining in bondage to taking a spanking, being put on display, and beyond.”
  • Rubbernecking and Gym Rat ($0.99 each) by Alison Tyler
    Don’t miss: Tyler’s next (superb) hot collection Bound for Trouble: BDSM Erotica For Women ($9.99) comes out July 21st, and is available for pre-order now. “Alison Tyler, with “Rubbernecking,” shows off her talents as a writer by teasing the reader with a rubberotic display of discovery and exhibitionism. “Rubbernecking” is one of those cheeky stories that keeps the reader smiling until the last sentence. Gym Rat combines BDSM, a stern husband, a submissive wife, and an eager trainer with explosive results.”
  • Slow Surrender ($3.99) by Cecila Tan
    Slow Surrender won the RT Award for Erotic Romance and is simultaneously a subversion of the tropes in 50 Shades of Grey (read a funny review by Alexis Hall here). “4 1/2 stars! This is the BDSM novel all the other millionaire Dom heroes want to star in. Tan takes an overused trope and turns it into a dreamy, erotic fantasy that draws the reader down the rabbit hole along with Karina. The sex scenes are lush and erotic without attempting to outdo the last BDSM novel out there, and James’ struggle to trust Karina enough to give up even an iota of his rigid control is palpable. Readers will be clamoring for the next book in the series.”

  • Her Wish is Your Command: Twenty-One Erotic Fem Dom Stories ($9.99) by D.L. King
    “Her Wish is Your Command: Twenty-One Erotic Fem Dom Stories by erotica maven DL King will take you on a tour of the the realm of Female Domination and the men who love powerful women. You’ll meet real goddesses come to life, swinger FemDom couples (and even one very erotic Hanukkah tale involving wax), and men who love to paint toenails. Every story in this unforgettable collection will leave you breathless and wanting more.”

First up: I’m celebrating the recent release of my self-published guide to not getting hacked, making safe online profiles, outwitting stalkers and getting revenge porn out of your life – The Smart Girl’s Guide to Privacy ($6.49). I’ve been nonstop about the book, so I want to thank everyone for their support by making Fetish Sex: A Complete Guide free all day today ($0.00, Saturday April 26). Enjoy!

This Kink Your Kindle roundup of new sex ebooks offers the newest in high-quality erotic and pornographic fiction, as well as the best in sex-positive sex ed new releases. I’ve also included a few recent books by me you might have missed.

With the exception of the nonfiction titles, every selection in this post contains explicit sex, ranging from romantic trysts with hardcore sex to character-driven, thoughtful – but very nasty – porn. The stories surprise and intrigue, the characters are realistic and compelling, the sex is believable and ridiculously hot (and graphic), and the authors are quite talented. It’s an impressive selection.

NONFICTION

  • Never Say Never: Tips, Tricks, and Erotic Inspiration for Lovers ($9.99) by Alison Tyler and Barbara Pizio
    “Monogamy does not have to equal monotony! Bestselling author Alison Tyler has made it her life’s mission to demonstrate that uninhibited, exciting and highly imaginative sex goes down best with lovers who just happen to be long-term couples, too. Never Say Never is a blissful blend of Tyler’s wisdom, expert advice and scintillating erotic scenarios guaranteed to liven up your bedroom.” The explicit short stories and real ideas in Never Say Never will help you get exactly what you want from your number one hottie.

  • Erotic Exchanges: The World of Elite Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century Paris ($15.37) by Nina Kushner
    “Erotic Exchanges reveals the complex world of elite prostitution in eighteenth-century Paris by focusing on the professional mistresses who dominated it. In this demimonde, these dames entretenues exchanged sex, company, and sometimes even love for being “kept.” Most of these women entered the profession unwillingly, either because they were desperate and could find no other means of support or because they were sold by family members to brothels or to particular men. A small but significant percentage of kept women, however, came from a theater subculture that actively supported elite prostitution. Kushner shows that in its business conventions, its moral codes, and even its sexual practices, the demimonde was an integral part of contemporary Parisian culture.”
  • Peep’s Scoop gave my Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot an incredible review ($9.99)
    “As a book, The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot prioritizes pleasure and possibility. It’s not just that the G-Spot is awesome and you should know about it, it’s that exploring the G-Spot has the potential for pleasure and a furthering of self-knowledge. Blue is also attentive to the fact that some folks don’t enjoy G-Spot stimulation, and eases the reader’s mind as to what this “might mean.””
  • Negotiating Sex Work: Unintended Consequences of Policy and Activism ($15.12) edited by Carisa R. Showden and Samantha Majic
    “Positions on sex work are primarily divided between those who consider that selling sexual acts is legitimate work and those who consider it a form of exploitation. Organized into three parts, Negotiating Sex Work rejects this either/or framework and offers instead diverse and compelling contributions that aim to reframe these viewpoints. Part I addresses how knowledge about sex work and sex workers is generated. The next section explores how nations and political actors who claim to protect individuals in sex work often further marginalize them. Finally, part III examines sex workers’ own political-organizational efforts to combat laws and policies that deem them deviant, sinful, or total victims.”

FICTION

  • Flying High: Sexy Stories from the Mile High Club ($9.99) edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel
    “This compilation of short stories are very sensuous and in just the right bite-sized length. Many are so well-written you get the feeling that they are definitely not pure fantasy & that many these situations must have happened. Sexually explicit encounters keep you guessing as to which one of these stories are real and why is that lavatory saying “occupied” for the longest time? Perhaps, they are joining the mile high club in there? If you are looking for steamy erotica, this book will keep you flying high for some time.”
  • Lost in You ($3.79) by Sommer Marsden
    “This was a very good, very hot read. The chemistry between Clover and Dorian is electric and jumps off the page. The sex scenes are hot and very well written (as I expect in one of Sommer Marsden’s books). I loved Dorian, he was fabulous and I have to say if he was pursuing ME I certainly wouldn’t push him away…if you know what I mean.”
  • Out of Control ($4.24) by Teresa Noelle Roberts
    “Warning: Contains kinky sex, molten glass, geeky higher mathematics, family secrets, and irresponsible consumption of coffee. If you like your romance steamy with a side of kink this is the book for you. A fun read with engaging characters, a clever narrative voice, and a welcome absence of eyeroll-inducing metaphors that litter so much romance and erotica.”
  • Dominant Wives: Erotic Tales of Marital Femdom, Chastity, Cuckolding, Husband Humiliation and More ($3.99) by Jodi Fowler, Meredith Marshall, Brett Olsen, Charlotte Pope, Thomas S. Roche, N.T. Morley, Xavier Acton, Amber O’Brien, Kendra Simms
    “Feast on a baker’s dozen of dominant wives who teach their subby hubbies who’s boss — in the bedroom and beyond. A dominant wife comes home to find her husband ready to submit to oral slavery…but wanting to resist a little bit. A wife brings her chastity-locked husband to a strip club for some adult fun — and brings her hot lesbian girlfriend along for the ride. A wife tarts her husband up in stockings, garters and high heels for a trip to a sex club where succulent humiliation — and anonymous cock — awaits them both. Cuckolding wives on sex binges make their hubbies watch, bound… and maybe even clean up when the sex is over. Within these pages, fantasy females turn marital discord into male slavery, taking exquisite and forbidden pleasure in the process. “

  • The Initiation of Ms. Holly ($3.03) by K.D. Grace
    “This story had an exciting plot with some twists and turns, a cast of very colorful characters, some angst, a plethora of amazing and erotic sex and lastly a beautiful love story. Rita and Edward went through all kinds of kinky hell to get where they wanted to be….and I loved being on this journey with them! A great first read for me by K.D. Grace. Can not wait to get my hands on the next book in The Mount series, Fulfilling the Contract.”
  • The Hunt ($2.99) by Heather Cole
    “Every year wealthy and mysterious Marcos Andreos opens his estate to an exclusive list of guests and hosts a Hunt. But For Marcos and his A-list friends, it’s not about a fox and hounds. This Hunt involves willing men and women being hunted for their bounty which involves hot steamy sex among other pleasurable acts. Lilly Thomas has attended The Hunt for three years in a row. But this time it’s different. Marcos has marked her as his prey, and he’s determined to capture and keep her any way he can. Lilly doesn’t want to be an easy catch, but one look at the handsome playboy hunter and she decides that being Marcos’ prey for the night might actually be a good thing.”
  • Bisexual Boyfriends: Three-way Stories of Bi Men and the Women who Want Them ($3.69) by Jacqueline Mills, Thomas S. Roche, Erick Hudson and Meredith Marshall
    “After a night of drinking and flirting, a couple invites their mutual friend to crash at their place…but not on the couch! A woman’s fantasies of sharing her husband are realized when she gives him to a beautiful rent boy. A limousine driver discovers his newlywed passengers getting busy in back, only to find himself invited to share their honeymoon suite overnight… A queer guy who recently got his first girlfriend finds himself dreaming of a dark lover who can give him and his girlfriend the best of both worlds. The seven stories in Bisexual Boyfriends roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty, exploring the explosive intensity of three-way trysts where men join with women — and with each other.”
  • Her Boss, His Client ($1.99) by Tasmin Flowers
    “When Dana Lewis starts her new job at a prestigious London advertising agency, she vows to herself that she won’t sleep with her new boss. But that was before she was allocated to work on Jack Brent’s team, writing copy for the most devastatingly handsome man she’d ever met. Nathan Drake is a travel tycoon and he expects the very best from the agency he employs to create his advertising campaigns. Jack puts Dana on the job and Nathan makes it clear he likes what he sees, whisking her away to his country retreat. Before she knows it, Dana is burning the candle at both ends – and her new lovers are complete opposites in the bedroom. Nathan is as calm and controlling as Jack is fiery and tempestuous…”

  • Twisted: Bondage With an Edge ($9.99) edited by Alison Tyler
    “Twisted is an anthology of BDSM erotica that offers a story for every kink and every fantasy. Whether you’re into girl on girl, chains, voyeurism, and lord knows what in between, Alison Tyler has included a steamy tale in this collection to scratch your itch. Each author brings a unique set of characters, kink, and voice to make each one arousing, making you want to read more and more. Another plus of this book is that because the stories are only related by theme, bondage, you can stop and start reading with ease. Fans of BDSM erotica, or even erotica in general, will not be left disappointed by this collection.”
  • Best Women’s Erotica 2014 ($10.89) Edited by Violet Blue
    “Best Women’s Erotica 2014 delivers risky, romantic, and heart-pounding thrills. Joyful, daring, and authentic, these steamy stories revel in erotic adventure, from the sparks between strangers to the knowing caresses of long-time lovers. These stories are not merely erotic, but filled with strong characters and clever narratives showing how sexual experience is different for everyone. This anthology is a glorious celebration of the finest and friskiest female erotic fiction today.”

Previous Kink Your Kindle book lists:

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This Black Friday/Cyber Monday Kink Your Kindle post features a well-endowed selection of high quality dirty ebooks, new sex nonfiction, and enough literate smut by hot writers to distract you (in the best way) from holiday shopping stresses.

With the exception of the nonfiction titles, every selection in this post contains explicit sex, ranging from romantic trysts with hardcore sex to character-driven, thoughtful – but very nasty – porn. Expect unusual and rich stories, characters with complexity, riveting realistic sex, and skilled storytelling.

NONFICTION

  • Plays Well in Groups: A Journey Through the World of Group Sex ($18.35) by Katherine Frank
    “From tribal religious rituals to the Playboy mansion, and from ancient Rome to Burning Man, Plays Well in Groups explores the phenomenon of group sex. Author Katherine Frank draws on surveys, ethnographic research, participant interviews, and more to provide explanations for both participation in group sex and our complex reactions to it, from fascination to fear.”
  • Sex and the Citadel ($11.99) by Shereen El Feki
    “Journalist El Feki, with familial roots deep in Egypt, delves into a sensitive, rarely addressed topic in this tour de force on Arab life. …From women meeting behind closed doors to discuss spousal disappointment and abuse to doctors all too familiar with surprising sexual practices, El Feki peels back every layer. Her research is wide-ranging and relentless.”
  • The Adventurous Couple’s Guide to Sex Toys ($9.99) by Violet Blue
    “Which toy offers the turn on we’re looking for? to Should it be made of silicone or jelly rubber? Multi-speed or multi-functional? These, and all sorts of other questions you might be too embarrassed to ask in a shop, are answered—and even the most experienced lovers will find Blue’s advice invaluable.” —Tamsin’s Superotica

FICTION

Here’s a grab bag of indie erotic publisher Mischief’s hotter titles; some of the authors I’ve published in Best Women’s Erotica:

REVIEWED FICTION

  • Taking Over Me ($9.79) by Sara Brookes
    “Allison may be a geek, a technology buff who loves her video games and comic books, but she’s still one cool chick. My kind of girl, even if I don’t pull all-nighters playing Halo (now, all-nighters with a good book – that’s me). Unfortunately for Al – as her friends call her – she’s just one of the guys. Her guy pals don’t see her the way she wants to be seen: as a woman. That all changes when Allison rescues the barista at her local coffeehouse when his register quits working.”
  • The Big Book of Orgasms ($9.99) by Rachel Kramer Bussel
    Rachel has put together a great compendium of short, lusty orgasms; 69 stories with a range of kinks, tastes and orientations. “This book certainly lives up to its title. …If you’re looking for a light-hearted erotica romp anthology, this may be the collection for you.” —Reading by Pub Light
  • Take Your Partner and The Intimate Stranger ($1.99 each, free with Amazon Prime) by LoveHoney
    Earlier this year, LoveHoney ran an erotic story competition, and published the results in two collections. The winners are featured alongside stories by well-established authors – a few of which I’ve included in different editions of Best Women’s Erotica – including Justine Elyot, Kay Jaybee and Lily Harlem.

  • Matzoh and Mistletoe ($2.51) by Jodie Griffin
    “Every December twenty-fifth, Rebeccah Rickman volunteers through her synagogue so that others can celebrate Christmas. Her usual mitzvah, or good deed, is assisting police officer Jeremy Kohler. But this year is different: this year, Becca is free to act on the attraction that has long simmered between her and the sexy, dominant cop.” (Read a mini-review here.)
  • Breeder ($6.15) by Cara Bristol
    “Dak is an alpha man in a world where women are a commodity. They are breeders only and used for sexual gratification, no attachments allowed. Yet when Dak gets a breeder named Omra he is taken aback and begins to feel things he should not. This author has built a world with characters that grab your attention and pull you right in from the start, making this not only a hot read but one full of depth and romance.”
  • Room 2201: A Femdom Story of Bisexual Male Anal Submission ($2.99, free with Amazon Prime) by N.T. Morley
    “Caroline has decided her slave, Marshall, needs to learn more about submission than she can teach him alone. By her decree, he must serve dick as well as pussy. Booking a hotel suite, she introduces her plaything to a handsome and dominant Italian man named Armand. The heterosexual Marshall is reluctant to experience cock for the first time…but he can’t say “no” to his Mistress. Eager to please her, he has no choice but to surrender to Armand… “
  • Banging Rebecca ($2.99) by Alison Tyler
    “Banging Rebecca is a dirty rock and roll story about a girl, a band, and a wicked desire. The 6K-word novella is filled with the type of kink that Alison Tyler fans love best: bondage, spanking, exhibitionism, and hardcore sex.” Read a steamy excerpt here.
  • King of Bitcoin ($3.99) by Kayleen Knight
    “LOL! I know so many people like Atlas its unreal. The sex scenes in this book are just ridiculous and I was crying my eyes out in laughter. If you know anything about bitcoins you’ll LOVE THIS BOOK!” -Amazon review
  • Best Women’s Erotica 2014 ($10.89) Edited by Violet Blue
    “Best Women’s Erotica 2014 delivers risky, romantic, and heart-pounding thrills. Joyful, daring, and authentic, these steamy stories revel in erotic adventure, from the sparks between strangers to the knowing caresses of long-time lovers. These stories are not merely erotic, but filled with strong characters and clever narratives showing how sexual experience is different for everyone. This anthology is a a glorious celebration of the finest and friskiest female erotic fiction today.”

PRE-ORDER THIS HOT FICTION

  • Restless Spirit ($3.03, December 4) by Sommer Marsden
    “Three men want her, only one can truly claim her.” From a pre-review: “One of the best adult/erotica books I have ever read. The characters are real and believable, the sex scenes are absolutely scorching hot.” (Marsden is one of my favorite erotic authors; right now her husband is beating cancer, and you can join the erotic writing community in helping her out here.)

Want more books to choose from? Find more in some of my previous Kink Your Kindle lists:

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