At Any Price, Gaming the System book one, by Brenna Aubrey is a romantic comedy and is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for July.
The Ghost Bride by Yangsze Choo is an intriguing Chinese folklore novel and is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for June.
The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel published in 2017 is a psychological suspense book selected from the group Blogging For Books.
Shadow's Seduction, Immortals After Dark book seventeen, by Kresley Cole published in 2017 is a male/male fantasy romance novella and is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for the month of May. Bounty hunter Caspion steadfastly refuses to admit that vampire Prince Mirceo Dacino might be his mate. As the two friends journey and battle... Continue Reading →
Vaginal Fantasy book club has returned after a three month hiatus during which host Felicia Day welcomed her daughter Calliope Maeve Day into the world. Best wishes to mother and daughter. Vaginal Fantasy makes its return with The Falconer, Falconer trilogy book one, written by Elizabeth May published in 2013 which is a fae and... Continue Reading →
BDSM trigger The Fifty Shades of Grey series is BDSM erotica and romance series written by E.L. James. The books are considered a trilogy, with the first one rewritten in a different point of view. In order they are Fifty Shades of Grey in 2011, Fifty Shades Darker in 2012, Fifty Shades Freed in 2012,... Continue Reading →
The Twentieth Wife, Taj Mahal Trilogy book one, written by Indu Sundaresan is an epic seventeenth-century story published in 2002, it is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for the month of December. The Twentieth Wife is the story of one of India's most legendary and controversial empresses, whose brilliance and determination helped to overcome... Continue Reading →
I did not read Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for October as I could not get a copy so that is why that month is not reviewed. The Flame and the Arrow, Annika Brisby book one, written by Emigh Cannaday is a paranormal romance book that was published in 2010, it is... Continue Reading →