As a voracious reader of Erotic Books and other Porn Literature, I am constantly looking for books to read that will definitely satisfy my mental cravings, not only those already published that I am yet to discover, but also those that are upcoming.

Upcoming erotic books that I am eyeing for will be listed in this page:

The Duke and I by Julia Quinn

The first book in Quinn’s historical romance series The Bridgertons is being turned into a show by none other than Shonda Rhimes. Narrated by elusive gossip queen Lady Whistledown, The Duke and I tracks the social debut of Daphne Bridgerton. Faced with few suitors and even more dismal prospects, she enters into a pact with the Duke of Hastings: the two will pretend to court, saving him from the attentions of overzealous mothers and her from life as a spinster. Of course, you know how this ends.

Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

What happens when the Prince of England and the First Son of the United States fall in love? For one, there are scenes of stunning, crackling chemistry. And there’s also the potential for scandal. Casey McQuiston wrote a novel that balances genuine romance with sheer sexiness.

Unmasked by the Marquess: The Regency Imposters by Cat Sebastian

Cat Sebastian has created an enthralling, multi-layered regency romance with this first installment in The Regency Imposters series. Our heroes are the powerful and dignified Alistair de Lacey, eighth Marquess of Pembroke, and Robert Selby, a newcomer who isn’t who you think he is. Robert was a foundling by the name of Charity Church. He was raised by the Selby family. Robert/Charity and Alistair are drawn toward one another, and it rocks Alistair’s world.

Open Me by Lisa Locascio

This steamy and intellectual debut novel is an ode to the female body, and to a young woman discovering the potential boundlessness of her pleasure. Due to an administrative error, 18-year-old Roxana Olsen is transferred from a summer study abroad program in Paris with her friend to one in Denmark, where she’s alone. Instead of joining the group, she becomes enmeshed with a 27-year-old grad student. When that relationship becomes strange and twisted, she’s drawn to another man in the small Danish town.

The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory

Drew Nichols meets Alexa Monroe while stuck in a hotel elevator. It’s not an ideal romantic setting, but she makes an impression on him. Enough so that he goes out on a limb, and asks her to be his date for the wedding he’s in town for — and pretend to be his girlfriend, while she’s at it. Alexa and Drew can’t deny the sizzle between them, but both have to go back to their respective hometowns. Can they make it work? Roxane Gay called this romance, “One of the best books I’ve read in a while.”

Hate to Want You by Alisha Rai

Rai’s first novel at Avon was published in July 2017 to tremendous applause from the romance community. Nicholas and Livvy, the book’s main characters, are both scions of a massive grocery store chain. Their families were wrenched apart in a business deal, however, and now they’re stuck in a feud much like the one seen in Romeo and Juliet. After the schism happened, Nicholas and Livvy broke up; now, they meet up one day a year for a quick, no-strings-attached sex sesh. Livvy has to return home when her mother falls ill. Will she and Nicholas finally figure their business out?

The Black Dagger Brotherhood Series by J.R. Ward

For an introduction into Ward’s romantic, vampiric universe, start with the first novel in the sprawling series: Dark Lover. The book follows a band of vampire warriors destined to protect their supernatural race from pesky human slayers. Then, one of the warriors is killed. Their leader, Wrath, must recruit the dead warrior’s half-breed daughter into their Underworld army. Beware: These are scorching.

Men in Kilts by Katie MacAlister

Katie MacAlister’s hilarious, charming protagonists and their equally witty (and appealing) love interests were my introduction to the romance genre; to this day, she remains my favorite romance writer. In Men in Kilts, Kathie Williams meets a rugged Scotsman, Iain. A few banter-filled exchanges later, and Kathie and Iain’s romance is at full capacity. The next step, naturally, is for Kathie to go to Iain’s ancestral castle (!) and meet his quirky, charming family. The question is, can romance survive family? Whether she’s writing supernatural stories or rom-coms set in Scotland, MacAlister will make you howl with laughter.