Backlog of “Steamy Library Books” – Part The First!

Hi Folks!  In my last blog post, I mentioned that I’ve been curating a Facebook page with a list of steamy novels that might be available in your library (and are definitely available on either OverDrive, Hoopla, or another library platform).

I’ve decided to cross-post those materials here, so that they are easy to locate, all in one place, and so that you can send a link to the resource as a whole to your local librarian.  🙂  I may build a stable page on this website dedicated to these books, but until then, I’ll just update my blog with them.

So, with no further ado, here are the titles I’ve highlighted so far!

Hi Everyone! I don’t usually listen to my steamy library books on audio, but I made an exception for “Looking Inside” by Beth Kery, and I’m glad I did! The narrator is great.
How do you feel about sexy books on audio? Does it put you off, or pull you in?
Another audiobook selection, today. I think I learned about this author from “Bawdy Bookworms!” (An awesome steamy-book-and-sexy-toy subscription service run by a friend of mine).
I confess, I read this one in paperback form, and it wasn’t even a library book. 🙂 Happy Monday!
Ladies and Gentlemen (do we have a Gentleman yet?)… here is the book that made me want to be an author. I still remember reading this on Scribd, back before they scrubbed their romance collection clean (“…clean”), and feeling like my mind was blown. That voice! And… that *content.* Oh my.
Happy Cyber Monday! I’m excited for all the holiday romances that are coming out. I looked on Hoopla at their “Holiday Romances” collection, and this one jumped out at me. I love it that the hero is Jewish, having to deal with the “Secret Santa” tradition at work, and the fact that it’s M/M is a great bonus! I’m exited to read it.

Sadly, I couldn’t get a little box with the cover from Amazon for this one, but you can check it out here: Secret Santa by JM Snyder

I’m going to start sharing my #steamylibrarybooks #collectiondevelopment posts on twitter as well as FB. Hello Twitter Librarians and Library Fans! Today’s book is basically a whole series from Olivia Cunning:
Here’s another #steamylibrarybook #collectiondevelopment post. Today’s highlight is from @rubylang whose book “Clean Breaks” is lovely, steamy, and sweet. And look at that cover!
Today’s #steamylibrarybook #collectiondevelopment is from @oliviadade & is the first book that I requested for my local library system.
Today, instead of recommending an author, I’m recommending a narrator. Sebasitan York is amazing, and I’ve listened to a few books narrated by him. Instead of picking out only one, I’m introducing a new library vendor @axis and suggesting that if you have a solo road trip in your future you check out any of his audiobooks.,%20Sebastian%20(NAR)

And a link to Books Narrated by York on Amazon.

I was going to boost one of @AlishaRai’s novels about a big-wig’s daughter (who secretly owns a sex club), but sadly, I couldn’t find it on any of the library e-book app. So, instead, here is an equally awesome novel about a big-wig’s daugther from equally awesome @authorEmmaBarry #steamylibrarybooks #collectiondevelopment
Best known for their recent book “Queen from the North,” Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae’s “The Art of Three” is a really interesting and nuanced exploration of an older polyamourous couple falling in love with a younger man. It might not be your regular flavor, but it’s so interesting, check it out! #steamylibrarybooks #collectiondevelopment