Book Lovers by Shawna Kenney

Forget poorly written prose and clichéd love scenes: Book Lovers answers the call for erotic literature with substance. This collection of toe-curling tales is written by and for word-worshippers, and the well-crafted fiction and creative nonfiction all connect literature to libido. From Hemingwayesque descriptions of a lover’s body to an imaginary ménage à trois with Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin, the book spans all literary fantasies.


Whether they’re conjuring Junot Díaz between the sheets or dreaming of a modern-day enactment of Wuthering Heights—this time refusing Edgar in favor of lusty, bodice-ripping nights with Heathcliff—the contributors of Book Lovers share satisfying erotica (finally!) for readers who like to engage both brain and body.

Review:
Everyone would definitely enjoy reading this book very much. It has so much stories throughout the novel. You will not be disappointment at all. This book has it all. Every story has a different theme that it makes the read so much more compelling and fantastic. Every author definitely did their best on their stories. Each stories is very erotic and hot that it makes it so much better and interesting. Every reader would not stop reading this novel. You would devour this novel from the beginning until the end. Great read! 

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