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.
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 →
Romancing The Duke, Castles Ever After book one, written by Tessa Dare is a historical romance novel that was published in 2014 and is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for the month of September. As the daughter of a famed author, Isolde Ophelia Goodnight grew up on tales of brave knights and fair maidens... Continue Reading →
In The Black, Tales from the Edge book one, written by Sheryl Nantus was published in 2014 and is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for the month of August. When Sam Keller left the military, she wanted to create as much distance between her and her past as she could. Aiming for a calmer... Continue Reading →
James Patterson's Book Shots whose slogan is Stories at the Speed of Life are a new idea that takes all the 'filler' out of a novel and leaves only the most necessary things thus reducing the size of the book significantly. Most of the book shots seem to be James Patterson stories so I cannot... Continue Reading →
Rhapsody: Child of Blood, book one of Symphony of Ages series, by Elizabeth Haydon was published in 2000 and is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for the month of July. Rhapsody, a woman with great talents in relation to the magical art of singing, is suddenly swept into life altering events. On the run... Continue Reading →
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes was published in 2012, and was followed a year later by After You. Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl living an exceedingly ordinary life, steady boyfriend, close family, and no dreams to speak of. She takes a badly needed job working as a companion for Will Traynor, a once... Continue Reading →