I get it. We're in the middle of a trend, and I for one would never talk anybody out of reading romance or erotica. In fact it's been amusing, yes? Fielding requests for books from folks who behave as is these kinds of stories haven't been filling up bookshelves for years.
Historical romance is currently kinder and gentler, most of the time, and before my point gets away from me in a gleeful explosion of all the possible books we could suggest to newly-formed erotica fans, I present to you a list of current historicals that serve up love the way we like it: in a gown, on a horse, in a garden without a chaperone.
So if you've been having trouble finding these kinds of books in the midst of the black-covered, male-accoutrement covers, look no further.
And this concludes my effort to bring a few titles to the attention of those of you who, like me, might be a bit befuddled by all the fuss over a little rough handling and enigmatic businessmen. After all, dukes have been gobsmacking heroines for years. Just ask poor Whitney.
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