These ten books prove there is literally something for everyone. And maybe some things that really shouldn’t be for anyone. Enjoy this list of 10 oddly specific erotic fiction novels that push the boundaries of… everything.
1. Conquered by Clippy
It was only a matter of time, right? Wrong. No one would ever, ever have imagined this would be the subject of a book. Ever.
“Christie Aackerlund doesn’t need help with anything. So when the world’s biggest technology company offers to fly her to a remote location and investigate an alien artifact, all by herself, she’s all like “I’ll do it!” But the artifact isn’t what it seems, and soon an overly helpful giant living paperclip is getting her all bent out of shape.”
2. Trump Temptations
Do you think the Donald knows about this? Someone should really bring this up at the next Republican debate.
“It all started one fateful afternoon in summer of 2012. I was working as a bellboy at the Trump Hotel in Hong Kong on an internship program. This was my first time in a big city. It was all I could have ever dreamed of, and more. But little did I know, it was all about to change.”
3. The Curvy Vet and the Billionaire Cowboy
Who says you have to pick something and stick with it? Curvy, veterinarian, cowboy, billionaire. You can now have all of it.
“Curvy veterinarian scientist Amanda has never been comfortable with her body. She hides away in her lab in Atlanta, burying herself in her work…until a call from a stranger drags her out of the city and into the wilderness.”
4. Taken by the Pterodactyl
Should have spelled it “Ptaken”.
“She fully expects to be eaten by the massive beast, but when it starts to peck her clothes away, leaving her naked, she begins to understand that the pterodactyl might have carnal pleasures in mind.”
5. Come the Chupacabra
A horny chupacabra? But, doesn’t the chupacabra take, like, small pets and livestock? Oh… OH GOD.
“What happens when you stir together a sultry Mexican setting, ten college students, Mayan ruins, and a sex-crazed, mythological monster pack?”
6. Unicorn: Horn of Desire
We really don’t want to know why it’s called the horn of desire. We do have standards.
“Unicorns are real, and they are not the beasts of legend. They want Serena, and she must confront her desires if she is going to find out why.”
7. Booty Call of the Cthulhu
Okay, okay. But “booty call”?
“When she decides to ignore her professor’s warning and reads a chant out loud, she finds herself faced with a giant monster and its lewd tentacles…”
8. Gay and Pregnant: The Doctor’s Seed
This sounds rather complicated. In so, so many ways.
“Unable to secure an adoption, Eric and Nick turn to the New Miracles health clinic and their cutting edge procedures.”
9. Bigfoot and the Bridesmaid
Bigfoot is quite the charming wedding crasher, but he won’t marry you.
“Much To Her Pleasure, Jill Discovers That What They Say About Guys With Big Feet Is Very, Very True!”
This one speaks for itself. Which is to say, wtf is this?
“What begins as the simple story of a man’s true love for a gay unicorn sailor quickly evolves into something else entirely…”