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The next 15 erotic books on your reading list

Hot on the heels of our must-see erotic films and books comes this collection of raunchy reads to freshen up your bookshelf. These books reflect the philosophy of Mucky Book Club – we love good books with mucky bits in them. Sometimes that means classic erotica, and sometimes great novels with steamy themes and fantasy settings.

What's your favourite erotic read? Let us know in the comments section below

Words: Betty Herbert, founder of Mucky Book Club and the author of erotic memoir The 52 Seductions (published by Headline)

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