The Sexiest Erotic Novels For Women Who Don’t Watch Porn

Porn can be so… objectifying sometimes. It becomes difficult for women to watch an entire scene without cringing. Books, though. Books are another story altogether. Erotic novels have the power to take you on a journey and make you shudder with pleasure.

If you were an avid reader as a teen, you’d remember sneakily reading books from Mills & Boon and Sweet Valley High under your innocent “Enid Blyton” dust jacket. Who says reading is just for the good girls?

We’ve compiled a list of erotic novels you can read this weekend, besides Fifty Shades Of Grey of course. Get helplessly sucked into a world of sexual fantasies, afternoon delights, and sexy vampires.

1. Forever by Judy Blume

This is one of the books that caused controversy when it was published, due to it’s explicit sex content. Teenagers Katherine and Michael meet at a new year’s eve party and fall helplessly, intensely in love with each other. Eventually, they both do it in Michael’s sister’s bedroom. The rest isn’t history of course. You’ll have to read it to find out why their relationship didn’t survive (no, it wasn’t because they had really hot sex!). If you’re into teen romance, or simply miss your ‘first time,’ you’ll like this one.

2. The Claiming Of Sleeping Beauty by Anne Rice

Who knew that Sleeping Beauty could possibly be sexy? This novel by Anne Rice tells the tale of Sleeping Beauty in a sexy, seductive manner coupled with medieval fantasy and BDSM scenes. Of course, Beauty isn’t always asleep. In fact, she awakens, not after a romantic kiss, but after copulation with the prince, and is whisked into a whole new world of sexual desire. Pleasure = pleased. Childhood = ruined.

3. Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

Before I could gather myself I was flying, flying, seeing white with gold streaks. – Sookie Stackhouse

Vampire lovers, meet the very first book of HBO’s True Blood series. We simply can’t get enough of the romance between a Sookie Stackhouse, a human girl who reads exclusively human minds and Bill Compton, her vampire lover. There’s one scene where Sookie seduces Bill after a shower and they have sex for the first time, which she describes as “flying, flying, seeing white with gold streaks.”

4. Erotic Stories For Punjabi Widows by Balli Kaur Jaswal

Reading erotic stories is one thing, and actually telling them is another. Nikki is a modern Punjabi woman and a law school dropout living in West London. After her father’s death, Nikki takes on a job to teach creative writing so she can financially support her family. Soon, she realized that these Punjabi widows did not want to learn how to write short stories. However, they were more than happy to share erotic stories among each other, and convince Nikki to let them do so. Most of the stories can be summed up in one word: ravishing.

5. Model Behavior by Tamara Morgan

Steamy and full of sexual tension. – Pearl on Goodreads

Of course, we included a novel by Mills & Boon, which were once so banned from school grounds, the books became our secret guilty pleasure. It’s about best friends, Livvie and Ben, who soon become more than just that. Livvie is desperate to keep their friendship, and Ben is determined to win over her heart. The synopsis of the book describes their romance as “wicked sex” so you won’t be disappointed!

If you can’t watch porn, try reading some of these NSFW novels for a change. Hey, you can even read these sneakily whilst commuting to and from work.

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