Erotic Literature: Our 5 Favorites

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Stimulate the body and mind with these sultry reads.

Settling in for a romantic night? Add an erotic read into the mix to stimulate body and mind. Here’s a taste.

Little Birds
Anaïs Nin
(Harcourt)

“At the same moment that she felt she was falling into darkness, into his golden-brown flesh, he fell towards her, covered her with kisses, very hot, quick kisses, into which his breath passed. He kissed her behind her ears, on her eyelids, her throat, her shoulders.…She was blinded, deafened, made senseless. Every kiss, like a gulp of wine, added to the warmth of her body. Every kiss increased the heat of his lips. But he made no gesture to raise her dress or to undress her.”

A Month of Sundays
John Updike
(Fawcett)

“Alicia in bed was a revelation. At last I confronted as in an ecstatic mirror my own sexual demon. In such a hurry we did not always take time to remove socks and necklaces and underthings that clung to us then like shards or epaulettes, we would tumble upon her low square bed, whose headboard was a rectangle of teak and whose bedspread a quiltwork sunburst, and she would push me down…”

Lady Chatterley’s Lover
D.H. Lawrence
(Penguin)

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