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So i'm into books but i don't really know what to look for. I like sexy romance - mostly, and i like mystery, suspense etc. I just want to know if there are books out there that you guys would recommend. Thanks.

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So i'm into books but i don't really know what to look for. I like sexy romance - mostly, and i like mystery, suspense etc. I just want to know if there are books out there that you guys would recommend. Thanks.

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Have you tried using Goodreads? You can input the books you have already read and rate them. From there, the website will be able to give you some good recommendations on what books it thinks you will enjoy. I have found it particularly useful - http://goodreads.com.
Also check on Youtube, there are a lot of videos dedicated to recommending & reviewing books on there, you may discover some good books to check out through that.
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Have you tried using Goodreads? You can input the books you have already read and rate them. From there, the website will be able to give you some good recommendations on what books it thinks you will enjoy. I have found it particularly useful - http://goodreads.com.
Also check on Youtube, there are a lot of videos dedicated to recommending & reviewing books on there, you may discover some good books to check out through that.
Thanks. I'll have a look.

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Hi!

Id recommend you take a look at books which could expand your analysis skills..then, u move on to specific genders so that u enjoy it a lot more. I could share my learning style if you want

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So i'm into books but i don't really know what to look for. I like sexy romance - mostly, and i like mystery, suspense etc. I just want to know if there are books out there that you guys would recommend. Thanks.

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Sexy romance, so a novel with passionate sey in it or passionate love at least? As I am almost reading classics, I recommend you Lady Chatterley by D. H. Lawrence and Gone with the wind by Margret Mitchell, although the latter is more a drama of love than a passionate one
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These books don't match your description but everyone should read them:

Lolita
Anna Karenina
The Great Gatsby
1984
Animal Farm
The Scarlet Letter

As you can see I'm a massive modern classics fan😂😂😂
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Sexy romance, so a novel with passionate sey in it or passionate love at least? As I am almost reading classics, I recommend you Lady Chatterley by D. H. Lawrence and Gone with the wind by Margret Mitchell, although the latter is more a drama of love than a passionate one
I have a copy of Lady Chatterly's Lover, never seem to get round to reading it :lol:

I was reading Fanny Hill a while back, but got sidetracked and stopped for some reason. I'll have to find my Kindle and get back to it
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I have a copy of Lady Chatterly's Lover, never seem to get round to reading it :lol:
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That is an alternative name of Lawrence controversial novel. At his lifetime, it was censored and banned, because there was written about sexuality and sexual love in every detail accurately. At a time where sexual desire was a big taboo in British empire.
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Would also recommend A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas. It's her more 'adult' series, fantasy based but she is very clever with the relationships across the books.
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