What to read after Fifty Shades?

Check Out These ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Read-Alikes

Original Publishing on Huffington Post 1.29.15

Love Fifty Shades of Grey? Check out these tempting titles handpicked by our librarians. These series are sure to please. (WARNING: Contents WILL Be Hot!)

The Breathless Trilogy by Maya Banks
Gabe, Jace, and Ash are three powerful, wealthy friends used to getting what they want, both in and out of the bedroom, until all three of them meet women who capture their wildest desires and their hearts. (First book: Rush)

The Crossfire Series by Sylvia Day
Can two emotionally damaged people help each other heal? It seems unlikely for Gideon, brilliant businessman, and Eva, new to New York, but they have something steamier in mind for each other in the meantime… (First book: Bared to You)

The Mastered Series by Lorelei James
Successful, young Amery joins a self-defense class only to discover that her defenses come down when she meets Ronin, owner of the dojo and her new trainer, both on the mat and between the sheets. (First book:Bound)

The Sleeping Beauty Trilogy by Anne Rice as A. N. Roquelaure 
This Beauty is no Disney princess. The trilogy that started the trend, these books are dripping with eroticism and fantasy, and they remind us that the original can often be the best. (First book: The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty)
The Alpha Series by Jasinda Wilder
What would you do if checks from a mystery account for enough money to make your mounting bills go away kept arriving at your door every month, and what would you do when the mystery sender comes to collect? (First book: Alpha)
The Stark Series by J. Kenner
Nikki is an independent, opinionated woman who finds her world shaken up when she meets Damien Stark, mysterious ex-tennis star-turned-billionaire-businessman with a dark past and an intriguing proposal for her. (First book: Release Me)
On Dublin Street Series by Samantha Young
Escaping her past in Scotland isn’t easy for Jocelyn, especially with sexy Scot Braden Carmichael at her heels. But Braden always gets what he wants, and he wants Joss, dark secrets and all. (First book On Dublin Street)



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