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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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.”


  • 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.


  • 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


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:


  • 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.”


  • 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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Don’t despair having an unsexy Kindle: a new Kink Your Kindle post is here. My newest picks for the season’s hottest lit-smut and must-have explicit sex books will kinkify your little Kindle – with no one the wiser.

Every pick on the list below has explicit sex, and the range spans from true-love romance with hardcore sex all the way to some seriously filthy porn – all with superlative writing. Expect compelling stories, top notch authors, tense sexual realism, and exciting characters. Look for well-crafted narratives, erotic power play and no dull climaxes.

  • Dark Secret Love: A Story of Submission ($10.59) by Alison Tyler
    I love this book. Dark Secret Love is a modern-day Story of O, a 9 1/2 Weeks-style journey fueled by lust, longing and the search for true love. Inspired by her BDSM lifestyle and based on her private diaries, Tyler creates a scorchingly hot work of tense dominant-submissive fiction, a meta-novel with very real characters whose sex is so passionate and unpredictable, it’s impossible to stop turning pages once the sex starts.
  • The Juliette Society ($8.89; UK) by Sasha Grey
    One night, at a club, she meets at a man who leads her into a strange world. And soon she is drawn toward the Juliette Society, an exclusive secret society in which all the deepest, darkest fantasies are explored. But for those who join this world, there is no turning back.
  • Open: Five Filthy Bisexual Erotic Stories ($3.49; UK) by Tenille Brown, Sommer Marsden, Sophia Valenti and two more
    Excellent mini-collection. Open features five filthy bisexual erotic stories by some of today’s top writers in the field. These sultry pieces focus on f/f/m pairings in a wide array of situations.
  • The Voyeur ($2.99) by Kay Jaybee
    Wealthy businessman and committed voyeur, Mark Parker, has a list of 13 fantasies he is intent on turning into reality. Traveling between his London flat, his plush Oxfordshire mansion, and Discreet, his favorite BDSM club; Mark is helped to realize his imaginatively dark erotic desires by two loyal members of his staff – his personal assistant, Anya Grant, and his housekeeper, Clara Hooper.

  • Someone Else’s Skin ($2.99) by Elizabeth Coldwell
    An erotic novel with fantasy, time travel, BDSM, bondage and restraint, spanking and ménage themes. When Annie Harrison is hypnotised for an article she’s writing, she finds herself in the body of Jai Galloway, a 23rd-century eco activist who plans to go back in time and save the earth’s atmosphere from being destroyed. Loving what her new body can do, Annie is soon living two existences – one with her kinky musician boyfriend and one in the future, where she learns all the tricks of sex as a man. But the more time she spends in Jai’s body, the more threat she faces of being trapped there forever…
  • Hidden Dragons ($4.99) by Emma Holly
    If you miss Game of Thrones, don’t miss the tragedy of the series, but want a tense fantasy story with deliciously written, explicit sex (by the top erotic paranormal writer in the business), you won’t regret buying and reading this book. “She transports us to her world of Resurrection, a pocket of magical creatures and fae hidden in the mundane realm of humans — a portal between the not always so friendly fairie realm and the human’s earth. How do you get the hunky were-boy you crushed on in high school out of your system when he shows up at your door a jaw-dropping, drool-worthy police detective? And just how seriously should you take your father when he tells you dragons still exist?”
  • Dirty Thoughts From the Back of the Room ($2.99) by ten authors; Write Sex Right
    A great little collection of ten stories (and one essay) comprised of flash-fiction, written about – and at – a conference.
  • Sticky Fingers ($5.99) by Alison Tyler
    One of my favorite explicit novels, ever. A very sexy noir-style romp through San Francisco where the main character is a jewel thief. There are many vivid, well-crafted sex scenes, spanking scenes, threesomes, orgies, and more. The private detective in the story who trails the main character is right out of a Chandler book.

  • Perv: The Sexual Deviant in All of Us ($11.04; release is October 8) by Jesse Bering
    “You are a sexual deviant. A pervert, through and through.” We may not want to admit it, but as the award-winning columnist and psychologist Jesse Bering reveals in Perv, there is a spectrum of perversion along which we all sit. Whether it’s voyeurism, exhibitionism, or your run-of-the-mill foot fetish, we all possess a suite of sexual tastes as unique as our fingerprints—and as secret as the rest of the skeletons we’ve hidden in our closets.
  • Ashely’s New Owner ($3.99) by N.T. Morley
    Lovely young Ashley is an obedient and willing slave, owned and trained by her Master, the wealthy and powerful Rafael. An insatiable bottom with an appetite for exhibitionism, bondage and sex. Ashley fulfills her duties with great enthusiasm, enjoying everything her Master and his friends have in store. She is happy with her submissive life at fetish parties, in dungeons, and even in strangers’ bedrooms. But her Master and his’ friends have limits and Ashley has yet to feel completely fulfilled. Without warning, she is snatched from her home by a group of strange men who spirit her to a secret dungeon for the kind of working-over that Ashley has only fantasized about. Ashley has no doubt that this is some new game from her Master – but is it for her pleasure, for punishment, or some kind of “test?”
  • Best Erotic Romance 2013 ($9.99) edited by Kristina Wright
    This collection of romantic sexcapades has a killer lineup of authors – many contributors to this book are personal favorites. If you’ve ever dug a romance film or rom-com, but wanted to actually see the characters have that hot kind of rip-your-clothes sex that only people in love can do, then this diverse collection of stories will definitely satisfy you.

Don’t forget me! I have a new book!

  • Adventurous Couple’s Guide to Sex Toys, 2nd Edition ($10.09) by Violet Blue
    “With a practical, sex-positive approach, she leads readers through the maze of sex toys on the market, explaining the many options available, including different materials, care and cleaning, and how to see through exaggerated marketing claims. Along the way Violet offers tips on creative usage and ideas for introducing sex toys to a relationship: how to ask your boyfriend to use the blindfold in your bedside drawer or how to surprise your wife with a saucy gift without getting your face slapped (unless that was the point).”

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

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Don’t despair unsexy holidays: a new Kink Your Kindle post is here. Let’s get right to the hottest new lit-smut, and the season’s must-have sex books.


In this batch, expect kinky predicaments and very explicit sex, compelling stories, great writing, and exciting characters. Look for well-crafted narratives, erotic power play and no dull climaxes. I’ve had Captive in the Dark recommended to me and I’ve downloaded it but not yet read it; could be amazing or terrible considering the very controversial content. I’ll let you know…

  • Stocking Stuffers: Kinky Holiday Erotica for Couples ($3.69) by Sarah Stein and seven other authors
    Along with dirty Christmas gifts and a New Year’s public sex outing that goes off amid fireworks, there’s an erotic retelling of the classic Hanukkah legend of Judith beheading Holofernes — only this time, he’s the hot and cocky regional manager of a paper firm. Contains BDSM, threesomes, voyeurism, exhibitionism, public sex and other fun stuff.
  • Open: Five Filthy Bisexual Erotic Stories ($3.49) by Saskia Walker, Alison Tyler, Sommer Marsden, Sophia Valenti, Tenille Brown
    Five terrific authors deliver explicit stories about bisexual women and salacious bisex adventures. Excellent work.
  • Too Fast For Love: Opportunist Encounters ($1.99) by Rachel Krame Bussel and nine others
    Much like my collection last year (One Night Only), this anthology of ten well-written stories feature encounters and predicaments where the protagonists have one chance to act on a one-time, filthy opportunity… and so they do. The names in this collection alone should be enough to tell you it’s two dollars you’ll consider well spent :)
  • A Queer and Pleasant Danger ($12.99) by Kate Bornstein
    Fantastic. A stunningly original memoir of a nice Jewish boy who joined the Church of Scientology and left twelve years later, ultimately transitioning to a woman. A few years later, she stopped calling herself a woman and became famous as a gender outlaw.

  • Best Bondage Erotica 2013 ($10.68) edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel and foreword by the wonderful Graydancer
    Great stories in this year’s edition, highly recommended… Editrix Rachel Kramer Bussel and her writers put it all out on the page in stories using everything from silk ties rope to shiny cuffs, blindfolds, wires and everything you can imagine and MORE. Best Bondage Erotica 2013 offers erotic insight for newbies and experienced players alike.
  • The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure: Erotic Exploration for Men and Their Partners (pre-order, $11.48) by Dr. Charlie Glickman and Dr. Carol Queen
    Just as G-spot exploration forever transformed women’s experience of orgasm, The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure: Erotic Exploration for Men and Their Partners offers men erotic pleasure beyond what they imagined possible. Men who may not feel confident exploring anal play will be empowered to claim the prostate as an erogenous zone ripe for exploration.
  • All You Can Eat ($7.99) by Emma Holly
    Sex, lies and murder. Frankie Smith is having a bad day: her boyfriend has just dumped her and she’s just found a dead body behind her cafe. Still, things look up when sexy local detective, Jack West, turns up to investigate. And when a stranger turns up at the diner looking for work, Frankie soon finds herself juggling two men and an increasingly kinky sex life.
  • Transitions of the Heart ($9.99) edited by Rachel Pepper
    Sharing stories of love, struggle, and acceptance, this collection of mother’s voices, representing a diversity of backgrounds and sexual orientations, affirms the experience of those who have raised and are currently raising transgender and gender variant children between the ages of 5-50. This is the first collection to ever invite mothers of transgender and gender variant children of all ages to tell their own stories about their child’s gender transition.
    See also: The Transgender Child, a truly *great* book.

  • Magic & Desire ($9.99) by Janine Ashbless, Portia de Costa and Olivia Knight
    This exquisitely crafted three-story book is quite fantastic (and I don’t usually go for fantasy fiction). “Met by Moonlight” asks the questions Can it be possible that a handsome stranger met by moonlight is a mischievous fairy out to sample a taste of human love and passion? In “The House of Dust” the king is dead, but the queen cannot grieve until she’s had vengeance. She must descend into and brave the Underworld in order to bring her lover back from the dead. Lastly, “The Dragon Lord” takes place in the misty marshlands of Navarone, where the princess is about to be married. Her parents desperately hope this will cure her of the problem that they have fought to keep secret for years—her tendency to play with fire.

New stuff from me, which I haven’t really mentioned as much as I should have this year, yet where I’ve gotten to work with and feature incredible sex writers – they blend fine lit and hardcore sex like one one else:

  • Lips Like Sugar 2nd Edition ($9.99) edited by Violet Blue
    The stories in this volume, written by both veterans and new voices, feature women on top, bottom, and everyplace in between. Running the gamut from sweet to scintillating to downright raw, they cover just about every conceivable sexual scenario. Debra Hyde’s “Accidental Exhibitionist” explores the thoughts of corseted slavegirl Cara as she models her new fetish gear and services her master in public. Teresa Lamai’s “Idyll” finds poetry and passion in a scorching three-way set in Croatia. And Carolina John’s “The 9:30 to Edinburgh” shows just how accommodating a British train compartment can be to a group of sexually charged strangers.
  • Best Women’s Erotica 2013 ($10.68) by Violet Blue
    The best stories I could find: eighteen tales of hot sex. The shy, redheaded heroine of Valerie Alexander’s “Night School” explores her very kinky desires with an unlikely submissive while working at a small-town hotel. In Krissy Kneen’s “Susanna,” a virgin enjoys her first taste of lust and learns that the true language of love has very little to do with words. A burly mechanic rescues the Assistant D.A. and her broken-down car but makes her ear the favor in Jenny Lyn’s “The Tow Job.”
  • The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot 2nd Edition ($11.09 – no Kindle version yet, wtf) by Violet Blue
    Beginning with an anatomical guide and incorporating suggestions for couple-play, positions, toys, and safer sex, The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot will lead to thrilling new sensations and earth-shaking, bed-breaking, gale force climaxes. Introduction by fabulous author and Scientific American writer, Jesse Bering.

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Every so often I collect and share a Kink Your Kindle post. I’ve worked with hundreds of erotic writers over the past ten years (and won a few awards doing so), so you can count on excellence in each of the Kink Your Kindle selections. You can also count on hot. literate, smart smut.


Great stories, superlative writing, characters you can sink your teeth into, and kinky persuasions feature heavily in this installment. Look for great sci-fi, power exchange scenarios and plenty of delicious character-driven conflict.

  • Someone Else’s Skin ($2.99) by Elizabeth Coldwell
    When Annie Harrison is hypnotised for an article she’s writing, she finds herself in the body of Jai Galloway, a 23rd-century eco activist who plans to go back in time and save the earth’s atmosphere from being destroyed. Loving what her new body can do, Annie is soon living two existences – one with her kinky musician boyfriend and one in the future, where she learns all the tricks of sex as a man. But the more time she spends in Jai’s body, the more threat she faces of being trapped there forever.
  • Double Take ($5.99) by Alyssa Turner
    In post apocalyptic New York, Shannon Morris has one job to do: find the secrets everyone wants to hide from the all-powerful Eaglecorp. From her appointed perch high above the underclass, she would never have guessed she’d become a rebel sympathizer, or fall for two men at the same time – twins.
  • Crimes of Passion – When Lust Breaks The Law ($4.99) edited by Miranda Forbes
    Thieves, con artists, criminal masterminds… the characters in this great collection have desires which drive them to break all the rules, from careful shoplifters and wicked blackmailers, to rogue cops and master villains who use sex as a weapon.

N.T. Morley is a superbly talented writer and editor that I’ve worked with for years who has just released a slew of kinky collections. N.T. never, ever disappoints with quality – or dirty deeds. Find more at the brand new Deception Press website.

  • Double Vision: Hot Erotic Stories of Bi Men Who Share ($3.69) edited by N.T. Morley
    These hot stories peek into the lives of boyfriends sharing a co-worker, a sexy co-ed looking for two men as interested in each other as they are her, a straight guy turning bi while his girlfriend watches, and lots more.
  • Packing Heat: Femdom Strap-on Stories ($3.69) edited by N.T. Morley
    This anthology includes strap-on anal sex, Female Domination, male submission, cross-dressing, oral sex, erotic denial and other forms of bondage, domination, submission, sadism and masochism. I’ll add that this has some rough stuff in it – and “Old Friends” by Dexter Cunningham is a personal favorite of mine. I’d love to read it for Open Source Sex, but it might be too extreme for my listeners :)
  • Mistress Mia’s New Boyfriend: A Tale of Bisexual Male Slavery ($2.99) by N.T. Morley
    When Mistress Mia summons Her slave Gary to Her apartment one night, he discovers her on the couch, making out with handsome he-man Trevor. He was fully prepared for the “mostly-lesbian” Mia to eventually find a new girlfriend he’d have to serve…but a boyfriend? Gary is informed that Trevor and Mistress Mia are dating – and as Mistress Mia’s slave, he’s expected to drop to his knees and suck the new boyfriend’s cock. The oh-so-straight Gary has spent six months being “trained” by Mistress Mia, including extensive strap-on service. Will Gary be a man and serve cock the way Mistress Mia demands?

I’m so happy to see these new collections: three of my all-time favorite erotic authors now have ‘best-of’ books, so you can taste their talents across a spectrum of scenarios, predicaments and sexual adventures. Truly, these three writers have produced stories that have sometimes left me spinning for days afterward. Do check them out:

  • Thinking Nasty Thoughts ($7.99) by Jesse Chapa Jones
    After the global financial meltdown, Jeremy has lost his job, his wife, and his self-respect. His libido – and his rage – are getting the better of him. To top it off, he’s starting to imagine he’s being tracked by a beautiful ostrich with a message. Cherry is a bank employee who is frustrated with her stuffy life and even stuffier boyfriend… Add a big red vibrator to the mix and several twists of fate, and the adventure begins. Kudos to Jones on her great – first – self-published novel.
  • 69: Sultry Short Erotic Stories of Need and Desire ($6.39) edited by Alison Tyler
    (Disclosure: I wrote the introduction to this book.) In this delightfully dirty collection, Alison Tyler has gathered the crème de la crème of erotic fiction authors to pen sixty-nine brief romps – among them, Donna George Storey, Thomas S. Roche, John Albert, Kristina Lloyd, Justine Elyot and Jeremy Edwards. Each story delivers – from a woman whose boyfriend has a proclivity for old-fashioned lingerie to a British paparazzi who gets too close to his target, to a distracted writer who needs some special motivation to stay on deadline.

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Kink Your Kindle: Hot Summer Smut

6 July 2012
Sick of hearing about 50 Shades? Me too. Want a list of good sexed-up summer reading that is from someone that isn't impressed by 50 Shades? Me too. I just spent months reading erotica manuscripts (new and upcoming releases) So this, I can do. The thing is, everyone knows that the theme […]
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The Top 12 Sex Books of 2011

30 December 2011
2011 was a busy year for sex books, and possibly the biggest one yet. The big print publishers that actually *do* produce sex books been stepping up their game, and so have the indies - add to this the self-publishing revolution, something like we've never seen in history thanks to […]
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Kink Your Kindle: New Sex and Erotica Kindle Books

11 November 2011
The Kink Your Kindle feature is my hotlist of sexuality and explicit erotica books that are available for Kindle - and this edition is inspired by some really hot new books - and formerly hard-to-find sex books new to Kindle - that I think you'll really like. First, a shameless plug! […]
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Kink Your Kindle: Selected Explicit Novels

27 February 2011
As much as I devour Jon Krakauer books and period noir, I'll confess that I love explicit erotic novels: I know that statement reeks of "Harlequin romance" but hear me out. There is something really engrossing and arousing about sinking into a book that makes your attention compete between an […]
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Kink Your Kindle: 2010′s Top Hot Sex Books for Gifting, Coveting

26 November 2010
You are looking at the Violet Blue / TinyNibbles Hot Sex Book Gift Guide 2010. Don't miss the 2010 hottest toys and sexy gift guide, Cyber(Sex) Monday: Top Sex Toys to Give and Get. I look at dozens and dozens of sex books all year; authors and publishers send them to […]
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Kink Your Kindle: Now For Android

28 June 2010
With the great news that the Amazon Kindle is now cheaper and that it's now available for Android FREE, I updated my VB List: Favorite Things widget to be a Kink Your Kindle feature. It's a great excuse for me to showcase more sex books for the Kindle, and especially […]
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Kink Your Kindle

3 May 2010
If you have a Kindle, then you know it's great for reading books privately; I mean how embarrassing for anyone to see you publicly reading a Dan Brown novel. The shame! A while back I wrote a Kink Up Your Kindle feature for my old column and it's full of erotic […]
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Kink Your Kindle: Best sex books of 2009!

11 December 2009
Image by Arslan Truelove (also). This week's column was such a pleasure to put together; since I've edited erotic anthologies for nearly ten years, I love, love, love sex books. The end-of-year posts are always a treat because I get to re-experience my encounters with various media; put the two together […]
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Kink Your Kindle: Sex books that don’t suck, my 2007 list

13 December 2007
A lot of new sex books passed through the Blogger Bungalow in 2007 (besides mine, of which the list is obscenely long). I know it's totally time to order stuff for the holidays, so if you and I were having coffee and you wanted to pick my brain for sexy […]
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