I could have said, looking for good BDSM books and one that is not BDSM? With one exception, all the books I read in October and am recommending for November are BDSM romances/erotica. I didn’t plan it that way. I’m trying to “share the love” and read the authors I know, and that’s what they happened to write.
I hope you’ll show these books some love and give them a closer look.
In the Blind (Club Blind series) (Contemporary erotic romance, BDSM lite) by S.J. Maylee – A woman hopes that a night of anonymous sex with a stranger in the dark will get her life back on track. But it turns out, she might know the stranger…
Bound and Inked (BDSM erotica) by Sheri Savill – An awesome read and a great example of how to write a novella. A tattooing session turns into a BDSM scene. Under the title Marked for Submission, this was derailed when it first came out and was adult-tagged by Amazon.
The Anonymous Blog of Ms. Jones (women’s fiction) by Ellen Harger – After an apartment fire destroys everything she owns, a woman sinks into a depression and asks her husband for a divorce. To work out her feelings, she starts an anonymous blog, writing to an imaginary “Mr Write.” But one day, Mr Write writes back… Well written, witty, and based on a real fire the author suffered. The nonBDSM book of the bunch.
Maid to Submit (spanking romance/BDSM short story) by Sue Lyndon – After TPing her boyfriend’s house on Halloween, the naughty girl is punished. This is Sue Lyndon’s first foray into self-publishing.
Securing It All (BDSM romance) by Livia Grant – The second book of the three book Passion series, this one tells what happens to Brianna and Markus and Tiffany and Lukus the morning after a night at The Punishment Pit.
Coming up in December: I’ll announce the best books of year from among the books I’ve read. You can what I’ve finished so far here.