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Subject: I need a recomendation for a juicy erotica book
Date Posted: 10/5/2008 5:48 PM ET
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I have a male friend who has asked me for a book with a lot of good sex in it.  He usually reads sprots books and non fiction but wants to read something totally different to read.

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 6:04 PM ET
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He might like Lora Leigh's Seal series - it's about a team of Navy Seals and it's definitely HOT sex.  Dangerous Games, Hidden Agendas, Killer Secrets, Wild Card - there are also 2 anthologies with a couple of stories.  

http://www.loraleigh.com/seals/

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 8:35 PM ET
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I second Susan's Lora Leigh recommendation. Very HOT! Love those Seals!

Pam

Date Posted: 10/5/2008 11:03 PM ET
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I am going to put those on my WL.  Anyone know of some good ones that are already in the system??

Date Posted: 10/6/2008 12:32 AM ET
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Shannon McKenna's books have lots of  "good sex " and there are usually some in the system. I'd say they fall in the romantic suspense category and Romantic Times reviews would rate them as "scorchers".

Date Posted: 10/6/2008 2:59 AM ET
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While I like Lora Leigh, I think most men would find her a tad "purple" I know my DH would just crack up at all the breathless "MINE" stuff she writes, even though I like it.

I do second, highly, the Shannon McKenna rec. I think it is really hot while still being more attuned to a mans sensibilities. I'd go for Behind Closed Doors.

I also would reccomend Emma Holly. Maybe Catching Midnight if you think he'd like a paranormal.

Date Posted: 10/6/2008 5:17 AM ET
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Morgan Hawke's Interstellar Service and Discipline: The Victorious Star.   But it has a WL.

Date Posted: 10/6/2008 12:22 PM ET
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I think the Lover is something a man might enjoy.  It's not exactly romance.  I'd call it more of an erotic thriller.  Well written, tense and disturbing.  Extremely erotic.  by Robin Schone. 

Date Posted: 10/8/2008 6:06 AM ET
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He can check his Library too, and some libraries have online sources so he can look up his books from the privacy of his home.

Let me find a link  and come back & post it.     **Ok, here is the link:   https://www.ipac.libnet.org/

Your suggestions have all been good. I've added quite a few to my "queue" here.  LOL   :P



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Date Posted: 10/8/2008 7:09 AM ET
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Thanks so much for all your help!!!  I really appreciate it.

Date Posted: 10/8/2008 8:47 AM ET
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Most erotica I thinka  guy would  laugh at. My husband does -chuckles- I third the SEALs by Lora Leigh and would suggest erotic thrillers. He might like the ACRO series by Sydney Croft; starts with RIDING THE STORM, then UNLEASHING THE STORM and the most recent was SEDUCED BY THE STORM. They all deal with top secret goverment agencies and have recurring characters and are HOT but also fast paced thrillers. I couldn't put any of them down. Its an interesting premise-agents with special abilities like a guy in the first book who rceates storms. Alot of sci-fi and techie stuff thrown in so its definetly something a guy would be able to get through. I LOVED the last one; the heroine was kick butt and had a really cool ability. Alot of double dealing in that one.

Some plain old romances he might enjoy are the collaborations between Jennifer Crusie and John Mayer because she writes funny romances and he normally puts out good thrillers. So combining their efforst  gives you a bit of both-not as smooth as them each writing alone but not horrrid.

My husband actually stole one of mine on our honeymoon because he was bored and got into it. He snorted alot and said it was goofy but I caught him chuckling and he finished it. The books tend to have funyn characters, soem off the wall moments but good tension.


He read AGNES AND THE HITMAN but they also co-wrote DON'T LOOK DOWN

 



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Date Posted: 10/10/2008 12:59 PM ET
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Concentrating on your qualifiers of "a lot of" and "good" sex I would highly recommend Lisa Valdez's "Passion"

Date Posted: 10/10/2008 3:08 PM ET
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Try Kate Douglas' Wolf Tales series - they are scorching !

Date Posted: 10/10/2008 4:10 PM ET
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I just thought of the Anya Bast books-Witch fire, Witch Blood, etc. They are paranormal and available at my local library so amybe yours has them. SCORCHING scenes-not too much on plot though its doable.