For February, the month of romance, Monika presents a selection of erotic novels for your reading pleasure.
Dirty Rotten Liar is written by Noire. When Mink LaRue is called away to be with her dying mother, interrupting her con on the rich Dominion family, Dy-Nasty Jenkins, who looks exactly like Mink, tries to take up the mantle and steal the money for herself.
Rush is written by Maya Banks. A first entry in a new trilogy by the author of the Sweet series features three wealthy and powerful men including Gabe, whose resolve to make his fantasies come true with his best friend’s once-forbidden younger sister leads to an intense sexual odyssey that becomes subject to a cruel betrayal.
My Education is written by Susan Choi. Warned about the controversial and womanizing activities of Professor Nicholas Brodeur before her arrival at his prestigious university, graduate student Regina Gottlieb is nevertheless captured by his charisma and good looks before falling prey to his volatile wife in ways that resonate throughout subsequent years.
Ours to Love is written by Shayla Black. When beautiful London McLane gets involved with billionaire playboy brothers Xander and Javier Santiago, she becomes a pawn in a killer’s twisted game to destroy everything the brothers hold dear.
Pride and Pleasure is written by Sylvia Day. Thief taker Jasper Bond was not what heiress Eliza Martin was expecting when she placed her advertisement for an investigator, so it is up to Jasper to prove to her that he is the man to find the person threatening her and possibly more.
Decadence is written by Eric Jerome Dickey. Successful writer Nia struggles with her turbulent emotions and contemplates her prospects for marriage and parenthood while immersing herself in a hedonistic role-playing resort that challenges her grasp on reality.
On Dublin Street is written by Samantha Young. When Jocelyn leaves her tragic past behind and moves to Scotland, she meets Braden Carmichael, who is determined to get Jocelyn into his bed, despite Jocelyn’s hesitancy to get into a relationship.