Find your next red-hot read in this sizzling collection of sexy scenes
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Skip to the Good Part: 20 Authors Reveal Their Steamiest Scenes offers face-fanning romance and tie-me-up sizzle (and everything in between) from top authors including New York Times and USA Today bestsellers.
The collection features a British alpha who wants to turn a good girl bad, a woman realizing her impetuous marriage to a stripper isn’t all bad, a bad boy boxer who could use a large dose of sexual healing, a carnie who has found new and inventive uses for fun house mirrors, and a rocker who wants to woo the girl who got away: his high school sweetheart.
Read 20 of the best steamy scenes in contemporary romance and erotic romance today. This 250-page collection will get your blood pumping, your heart racing, and your skin tingling—you’re sure to discover a new favorite.
Due to the graphic nature of some content, this collection is recommended strictly for mature readers.
New York Times best-selling authors:
Denise Grover Swank
USA Today best-selling authors:
Nevaeh Lee & Michelle Lynn
Heidi Joy Tretheway
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So, it took me several days to figure out how I wanted to go about writing this review. It was a bit difficult seeing as how it’s multiple authors and only snippets of their writing – something I’m not fully sure that I considered originally. I’m sure that people will go about their review differently, but I will just reflect on what worked for me overall, as well as what didn’t.
The best thing about Skip to the Good Part was that it wasn’t a repeat of the “same” sex scene but with different authors’ twists. I genuinely felt like I was getting a mix up with each subsequent snippet. There was sweet sex, demanding sex, in a plane, with toys, etc. Each scene kept it unique and in a genre that people have come to think of as carbon copies of other books, I appreciated seeing otherwise. It was great that some scenes had an introduction to help readers understand where they were coming into the story. I do wish that all the snippets had done this though, especially because when going from one to the next so quickly, it was easy to get confused. Another option would have been to put the book’s synopsis at the forefront, rather than afterward. I think that it would have helped to create a separation between characters and storylines, as well as background information.
While I did have that minor issue, and found myself not able to read Skip to the Good Part cover to cover in a single setting, I truly enjoyed this collection. It was a great tool for getting a taste of different authors and their writing styles, as well as the steam level with which they use. Some of these scenes were extraordinarily hot and I found myself needing a fan just to bring me back down to Earth! 😉 I’m thrilled that I sat and read this and found some new authors to check out – and I will definitely be looking into some of these ladies works due to my blossoming curiosity!