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Initial post: Jun 7, 2012 6:36:03 PM PDT
Any recommendations on good Adult content. hot to sizzling, well written love scenes. Some examples that I liked are KMM's Highlander series, Lila Di'Pasqua (HOT HOT HOT)I know these aren't Highland but a great example of the level of adult content..Kresley Cole's Highland Bros. series (loved to death and wiggle wiggle wet,'if you dare' with Courtland McGarrick) I've done mostly all Garwood and Kleypas...Help fellow readers

Posted on Jun 7, 2012 6:39:42 PM PDT
Bitchie says:
If you're on Goodreads, try joining the Kindle Smut group, we are dedicated to hot hot reads.

Posted on Jun 8, 2012 4:11:10 AM PDT
LJA says:
Check out he Tapestry series by Walters, N.J.

Posted on Jun 8, 2012 7:42:25 AM PDT
LibraryLady says:
Pamela Clare has several great historicals: Ride the Fire (a stand-alone) and the MacKinnon Brothers series. Also, if you haven't read Elizabeth Hoyt's historicals, I highly recommend that you do.

Posted on Jun 8, 2012 7:49:01 AM PDT
Charlotte Featherstone has several historicals, and one that is a paranormal/historical that is good (has Fae in it)

Posted on Jun 8, 2012 1:40:35 PM PDT
KS TBRQueen says:
Try lynsay sands. She has really good historical books.

Posted on Jun 8, 2012 6:16:28 PM PDT
Aussie Girl says:
I'd second the rec for Elizabeth Hoyt's historicals. I just finished the three Prince novels and really enjoyed them. Well written "adult content" LOL>

Posted on Jun 8, 2012 6:25:10 PM PDT
Read It All says:
One series that has everything in it--romance, action, adventure, and sex--is the Outlander series. The author's name is Diana Gabaldon and she has seven books out in this series. It is a time travel novel set back in the Highlands of 1745. The first book is: Outlander (20th Anniversary Edition): A Novel and, of course, the others are easy to find here on Amazon. The are good reading and very easy to get lost in. Hope this helps you find interesting reading. Good luck!

Ria

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 8, 2012 6:27:21 PM PDT
SheReadsALot says:
I second Elizabeth Hoyt! Love the prince series. Anne Mallory has some pretty hot books as well try Seven Secrets of Seduction

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 8, 2012 9:50:16 PM PDT
I soo love the name..ill look you up at home

Posted on Jun 8, 2012 10:03:37 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jun 10, 2012 12:14:27 AM PDT
I soo love the name..ill look you up at homeand again on the'if you dare' by Kresle Cole. The Courtland MacGarrick love schcenes sent me to the shower after a cig(dont smoke) hell, neighbors needed cig!the coach scene over the top...im a curser, &usually I start with 'g-ddamit' i soo felt his frustration & just lost it laughin.
Had to edit this a bit I'm home now. Anyway it still sticks in my head I think because I like the guy, he's such a smartass and the whole crew just seems over the top too. I would love to see Kresley do a book with Courtlands crew. If you read, and I hope you do I think you will agree with me...in fact I know you will. The big deflowering scene was a 'take a shower, pass the smokes around, and get a cold one while I'm at it. And I dont smoke or drink (i do shower, wink wink)\
Another good one is new Lila DiPasqua she does her versions of ther fairytales (I know I spelled that wrong) A midnight dance is Cinderella holymother of god. each scene with her prince was just delicious and simple stimulating to the "i had to excuse myself to the bedroom" break. I'll get back with a few more when I get my mind off that one again...and 'pleased to meet ya'
ps. It's now the night after I posted the above..I am embarressed at all the mis-spellings I'm really not that stupid..just really done in after a 8 hr day

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 8, 2012 11:00:19 PM PDT
im on the comp now and intend to hop over to there as soon as Im off this site,,,,see ya there, thanks

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 8, 2012 11:03:25 PM PDT
Thanks Ria, I've been hesitating on these only because the person who first told me about them led me to believe that they might not have a hea. I dont want sad in my books have enough in real life..,I want hot sizzling romance maybe not erotica but if it's written well and descriptive....I'm in. On your recommendation I just might give them a try, I do like long series
Thanks and Pleased to meet ya

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 9, 2012 3:33:48 AM PDT
I second outlander, but they are long reads and in all honestly, tend to lean more towards historical fiction, than historical romance

Posted on Jun 9, 2012 1:02:21 PM PDT
Read It All says:
Hi Suzanne,

I have to say honestly that the Outlander novels have no ending. Diana Gabaldon has got a hit on her hands and she is continuing with the story she started. There is happiness, sadness, confusion, and joy, just like in real life. The story is amazing and if you want a hot guy in it, Jamie is one hot Highlander! He is only 18, but seems older in a lot of ways. Like Deanna said, they are long reads, but that is the good part about them. For you, there are seven books already written so you can just continue on--all of us had to wait until she wrote them one at a time! It has been well worth the wait. I feel that if you get through with the first book, you will be like the rest of us fans. We simply MUST find out WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!

Nice to meet you too! I don't post very often, but I like these books so much I want to turn everyone on to them. You know how that goes. I have read about a lot of good books when people recommend them on these threads, too. So it is fun to give back some information on books they may not know about. Hope you can find some great reading material!

Ria

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 10, 2012 12:09:27 AM PDT
Yup, have read her, thank you and pleased to meet you

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 10, 2012 12:10:58 AM PDT
But in all honesty I don't think I've read the Prince novels. I'll check them out now

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 10, 2012 12:33:28 AM PDT
My first love is the Highlanders. I had a very long break in the lovely pastime of reading. Husband, kids, dust, dishs you get the picture. When I say long I mean L O N G. The last new book I read then was Kathleen Woodiweiss, The wolf and the dove. Hows that for a long spell. Then kids are grown (me too) and one magical day about 2 years ago (publishers pay attention here) the cover of a book caught my eye. To me it was positively delicious looking. It was Paula Quinn's Laird of the Mist. I loved that cover. I was bitten, smitten, smacked, attacked, you name it if it had to do with a Highland romance I was in, AND spending. And as you know KEW's to PQ's was a very large leap. I made it with room to spare. Then I found out about the trailers some publishers put out with successful books and lo and behold who's playing the part of Callum just another delicious hunk of man, Gerard Butler. That's all she wrote! And I was blissfully into the 21st century with my Kindle app on my phone. Oh what wonderful hours I have relieved in a book. I truly forgot how wonderful it was to get lost in somebody else's imagination, and the hotter, sizzling, wigglely (is that a word? who cares) the better. And so here I am, reading and buying and just have a great time. I know I am making spelling errors, in my defense it's 3:30am and I worked until 10pm last night. So please excuse. I have expanded my preferences but still prefer Historical to modern. I know I will get into them because I do like Kresley Cole as you know, and it's in the stars that I will get to her paranormal. But again my focus is the romance the hotter the better.
Nice to meet everybody hope to talk to all soon
Suzanne

Posted on Jun 10, 2012 7:20:43 AM PDT
Kaye says:
The historical reads that I've read are the same ones everyone else has listed-Cole's Highlander series is my ABSOLUTE favorite (and yes, absolute deserved all caps). If you're focus is on hot loves scenes there's always the Fifty shades series. I lost myself in Sydney Croft's ACRO series (here's the first Riding the Storm (ACRO)). Larissa Ione is one half of the "Croft" writing team, so I'm a huge Ione fan. I recently finished Tapped (The Gifted Series) by Elbie Sinclair which has yummy & hot scenes, not to mention an engaging plot. Currently I'm reading Nikita Black's Slave To Love (sizzling erotic thriller noir - full length), and I'm loving every minute!!

Happy HOT reading!

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 10, 2012 11:06:26 AM PDT
she has set a year that it will end - I want to say 1800...but not the number of books, or at least that was my understanding from her recent blog posts

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 10, 2012 5:02:10 PM PDT
Dear Kaye, I was soo excited to meet all you guys that I try to answer ASAP. Anyway I started to reply to you from my kindle app on my phone, normally its fine. I must have had 20 lines typed and POOF THE SOB just..went away...God forbid I really be honest and say I got excited and hit the delete button by mistake. That might make me look like I'm out of control (I sooo am). ANd I can't remember everything I said. I will check out your suggestions. Now to be kind, so bare with me, I know I mentioned these before but I just want to make sure everybody is getting my responses. As I said Im new to this. Anyway at the risk of repeating myself. 2 books I just found and LUV LUV LUVED is UNSPOKEN by Kerrigan Byrne it's a novella. I enjoyed it soo much that I turned right around and read it again. I went on the comp cause I wasn't familiar with her name and she's brand new. She has a new one comming our very shortly. The other one and I'm always gonna be brutally honest on these site's so if you get offended easily I sincerely apologize in advance....is Lila DiPasqua - A Midnight Dance. holymotherofgod! Her's are a 'take' on our fairytails (I know I spelled that wrong) of our youth. This one is a Cinderella version (but none like my mother read to me) cripes I'm starting a hot flash just thinking about it. I do not BS. Unless your dead you will wiggle, react, pant, giggle, sweat, tell the ole man to shut up, or at the most drastic lock myself in the bedroom. Her prince (that sweet luscious thoughtful hunk of sensuality is swoon worthy is such an understatement. What they so in that book, or I should say what Ms.DiPasqua has them doing and how blissfully, sensually, loooooong so that you feel your are the herione (I freckin wish). Thats enough description for me!!! She has I think 4 books out. The one I'm reading next of hers is UNDONE it's a take on Rapunzel. I had to go turn the AC up. 2 of the books are a little on the high side but they actually contain 2 or 3 stories (her version natz). Now where was I...Oh now I remember...back to UNSPOKEN. AND PUBLISHERS TAKE NOTE...I'M GIVING YOU PEARLS HERE! Again what caught my eye was that piece of male flesh on the cover. I lost the ability to speak due to throat cancer so I can't tell you (honestly) what caught my eye first. The title or the sex candy.
If you held a gun to my head I'd have to say....the....guy(wink) ya know it. I almost tripped the lady behind me stoppin so fast. PUBLISHERS WE AINT GONNA STOP AND LOOK IF YOU DONT MAKE US STOP! And the only way to get an overworked, overstressed, out-of-time-american-woman, to stop and look and buy is to dangle what we don't have at home, that only reside in the deep resess's of our head. His the equivalent of what is on the cover of some of the books I mention. Ladies (and some gents) I don't intentionally mean to be presumptious here but as I said I bartened for quite a few years I know what comes out after the 4th one. OK so I hope I didn't take up too much of your time. Keep suggestions comming. I and my libido truly appreciate it. and again pleased to meet ya.
Suzanne Goldberg (don't let the name fool ya, I'm as Irish/Scot as Paddy's pig)

Posted on Jun 10, 2012 5:08:04 PM PDT
If you ever want to know how excited I am just check out how many mis spellings and mis 'somethings' i typed. I know you are all smart enough to figure out what I mean to type. What a whack job I can be sometimes!

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 10, 2012 5:26:34 PM PDT
Dear Deanna, I had to think what you meant first when you said 1800. The way I feel right now it sounds like the year of my birth. I think I will give them a try. I'm sure you are aware that they tried to get Gerard Butler to play Jamie. Here's where I go smutty on ya. Deanna, I do not know what it is about that man. But ever since I saw him in Attila the Hum (he was Attila) not many men can do long hair well...I'm talking honestly not many men can. Between him in Attilla,then they had him do the trailer for Paula Quinn's 'Laird of the Mist' as the Hero CallumMacGregor, in long hair, well jae-susmaryandSt.gee-hosef! I was 'stuck-on-stupid.' Check it out. Go to Paula Quinns site click on the Laird of the Mist cover then be prepared to....well I won't get THAT graphic yet! And apparently from that they started dropping his name for Jamie. Now that I know that the character is only 18, and GB is in his early 40's now maybe it's not realistically doable. But hell, it's not like Hollywood hasn't take some artistic liscense in other things. so Thanks for the input. I think you can see my response to Kaye check my 2cents on UNSPOKEN AND Lila DiPasqua's 4 books. Bring a couple of cold drinks with ya.
And again, pleased to meet ya

Posted on Jun 10, 2012 5:46:08 PM PDT
OK EVERYBODY, I SWEAR THIS IS MY LAST POST FOR TODAY..BUT I just remembered the last thing I wanted to say before my phone crashed. As I said I bartended for alot a years and have heard the worst and the best 'come on' lines. It is true your bartender hears everything the sound bounces off the mirrors behind the bar. Anyway, I was killing time & flipping thru one of the authors site (i think KC's) This just moved into my top 5 best lines I have ever heard in my long career. He says...'slide your ass of here lass and I'll show you what god made woman and a well hung Scot for'! I collapsed. I would have paid the bar bill and for the room. Hope I made ya smile.

Posted on Jun 10, 2012 8:42:11 PM PDT
Kaye says:
I'm busting up.... LOL.... Thank YOU! Needed that belly laugh!
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