Most of us are enjoy erotic readings. We have made up a list of erotic books worth reading. We included 50 Shades of Grey, Fear of Flying by Erica Jong, and even Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin. What are your favourite erotica romances and do you agree with ours?
As a Lilyields Escort I am always being asked about 50 Shades of Grey and if its descriptions of what goes on between men and women are true.
I must confess, I have not read the book. An escort friend of mine said it was badly written and unbelievable so I chose not to waste my time on it. As it happens, I do like erotica – but only if it is well-written. No secret, all erotic London escorts surprise with their literary discernment!
If you like erotica yourself – and I suggest if you do, you and your partner take turns to read some of these books to each other whilst in bed; and just wait for what happens as a result – I thought I would give you some suggestions for what to read. Enjoy!
Anais Nin’s Delta of Venus, for example, is a wonderful book. Her collection of short stories is so sensual and a wonderful description of sexual encounters. Every story feels so vivid because her descriptions are so powerful.
Then, there is The Story of O by Pauline Reage. It is a story of female submission – which sometimes makes for uncomfortable reading, but remember that the female protagonist in the story is always asked for her permission before whatever act is carried out. It is an incredibly erotic book.
I’m also a fan of Fear of Flying by Erica Jong. The 60s and 70s had been about sexual freedom, but too often that meant sexual freedom for men – not women. This book really was about female sexual freedom and the heroine’s quest to find no-strings attached sex. It is fun and entertaining too, so I definitely recommend this if you are looking for an erotic read.
With the Kisses of His Mouth by Monique Roffey is sometimes described as erotic fiction for people who don’t like erotic fiction – because it details the journey a middle-aged woman takes to recover after she discovers her long-term partner has been unfaithful to her. She embarks on internet dating and a lot of sex, and every encounter is described in full.
My final recommendation will entice anyone who watched Colin Firth emerge from the lake clad in wet shirt and breeches in the TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and who subsequently found their hearts beating a little faster. Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts by Mitzi Szereto takes on the classic Jane Austen tale and gives it an erotic make-over. Those Regency darlings display their sexual side and it makes for witty, arousing reading.
And there we have it – some top tales for you, as recommended by Lilyfields Escorts in London.
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