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6 Books for Horny People

If you're constantly day-dreaming about erotic scenes from your favorite books, then this list will make sure to get you inspired with more.

From Call Me By Your Name to Seven Days In June, we compiled the best books for horny people who love a good sex scene or are simply looking for a steamy, juicy read.
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If you're old enough, you can remember the chaos that took over when Fifty Shades of Grey came out. Arguably one of the most scandalous books to ever come out in the 2010s, Fifty Shades was read by everyone. From housewives to your younger cousin, this book had people on a chokehold. And it was also scandalous for them to read it, but once it went mainstream, people were reading it at the grocery store, on the subway, even during their lunch break. What this book made us realize is that sometimes all you need is a good horny read. And while there have been varying chapters of the erotic genre (Wattpad being one important chapter), there are still gems out there waiting to be read. Here are ten books for horny people who love a good sex scene or are simply looking for something juicy.


Red, White, & Royal Blue, by Casey McQuiston


If you've read this before, you might be slightly confused. While McQuiston doesn't write raw, steamy sex scenes in this book, she delivers exquisite build up to what is easily one of the most intimate relationships we've seen in recent releases. The tension between America's first son, Alex Claremont-Diaz, and the UK's young price, Henry, has such a nice build up that when intimacy comes, you can't help but melt. Besides, if you are a fan of enemies to lovers, then this book is a must.


Always Only You, by Chloe Liese


It's a universal truth that at least once in our lives, we've all dreamed up a sports-related romance fantasy before we going to sleep. In this book, Liese introduces Frankie Zerefino, a self-described grump who manages a hockey team's social media, and Ren Bergman, the goofball of said team. With a sensational slow burn, these two create a unique love story that delivers on sexual tension and great chemistry.


Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams


If you're a fan of The Bold Type, then this read is for you. Queenie is a young Black woman living in London. As she navigates hook up culture and dating, Queenie's personal life becomes complicated. This one-of-a-kind read is more than a story with great sex scenes and tension. It features insightful commentary on mental health, racism, and the hyper-sexualization of Black women.


Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney


Odds are you've heard of Sally Rooney before. She's the author behind Normal People, which was adapted to the screen starring Paul Mescal. Rooney's third novel is as horny if not more than her two previous works. In this book, she explores online dating, break ups, and intimacy through a series of characters that are as interesting as they are unique.


Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman


We had to include this cult-classic queer book which inspired the film starring Timothée Chalamet and Arnie Hammer. Set over a steamy summer in Italy, this novel follows Elio and Oliver, two young people who fall in love and explore their sexuality. The two end up tangled up in more ways than one, and although the novel does not necessarily have a happy ending, it does satisfy what we'd consider a great horny read.


Seven Days in June by Tia Williams


We had to include a book that has an erotic-inspired plot. In this case, an erotica writer and a novelist cross paths in New York, only to discover a strong connection that pulls them together. The reason? The two had a hot affair years before they reunite, and things only escalate from there.

 

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