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Our Favorite Guilty Pleasure Books

We know you’ve got them, LitStackers. They’re tucked under your bed, behind your socks in that bottom drawer and hidden behind vases on the top shelf of your bookcase. Whether they are books you loved as kids or steamy romance novels you pretend not to love, we all have guilty pleasure reads. We may not […]

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We know you’ve got them, LitStackers. They’re tucked under your bed, behind your socks in that bottom drawer and hidden behind vases on the top shelf of your bookcase. Whether they are books you loved as kids or steamy romance novels you pretend not to love, we all have guilty pleasure reads. We may not talk about them among our friends and classmates, but we know they’re safely nestled away, awaiting that next furtive little glance. This post is all about Guilty Pleasure Books. So, stop hiding, comment anonymously, if you must, and tell us all about your favorite Guilty Pleasure read. We want to hear from you!

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6 responses to “Our Favorite Guilty Pleasure Books”

  1. sandybritchesomine@gmail.com' Jenny_O says:

    I went through every Danielle Steele book ever published by the time I was in 8th grade. In high school, I would read bodice rippers, Johanna Lindsey, Nora Roberts, all those hot an' heavy titles.

    Now, my indulgent read is Cosmopolitan. And I do always read the 101 ways to have better sex, even if I'm too lazy to try them. As for books, I try to stay away from the romance genre. I spent way too many yrs reading the stuff and now have to read things that preserve my brain cells instead of destroy them.

  2. hcl_tami@yahoo.com' Tami says:

    "The Cat Who…" series by Lilian Jackson Braun. Familiar, safe and comforting.

  3. jlovelytn@bellsouth.net' Judy says:

    Anything by Katherine Woodiwiss…my early favorites were The Flame and The Flower and The Wolf and the Dove…my daughter got her reading bug with Shanna…

  4. hisgalspike@gmail.com' Navah says:

    Twilight, kids books in general, jules verne, also LaVyrle Spencer and Jude Devereux. Late vc andrews

  5. Sparks.marc@gmail.com' Marc Sparks says:

    EE Doc Smith’s “Classic Lensmen” series
    Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Darkover Series
    J T Edson’s Floating outfit series.

    and of course anything by Heinlein, Clark, Simak or Asimov.

  6. cenya2@hotmail.com' Marjorie Roy says:

    I cannot get enough of Lisa Gardner’s books. They are all the best reads.
    Give me a good mystery and I devour them all.

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