Reading is a fun hobby. Warning! Below are the book recommendations for 18+ years old people only. Let’s grab them and read them together.
Fifty Shades Of Grey
Anastasia Steele, a literature student, goes to interview the young entrepreneur named Christian Grey, and when she’s there, she meets a man who is almost perfect. An-eye candy to be exact. He is beautiful, brilliant, and intimidating. Ana, who is unworldly and innocent, is taken aback when she realises she wants this man and, despite his enigmatic reserve, finds herself desperate to get close to him. Grey admits he wants Ana, but only on his terms, unable to resist her quiet beauty, wit, and independent spirit. Below is the film synopsis if you want to watch them.
Fifty Shades Of Grey- Film Synopsis
Fifty Shades of Grey, starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan in the iconic roles of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, brings the worldwide phenomenon to life. Ana is a first-year college student tasked with conducting an interview with the enigmatic billionaire Christian Grey. But what begins as a business transaction quickly turns into an unconventional romance. Ana is swept up in Christian’s glamorous lifestyle, but she soon discovers another side to him as she uncovers his secrets and explores her own dark desires. As a result, Christian and Ana put their relationship to the test, resulting in a thrilling, all-consuming romance.
Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery of Sadomasochism Paperback – January 1, 1995
This book will tell you all about sadomasochism. Sadomasochism is a tendency of gratification in which someone has an erotic release towards oneself. This book makes the topic more light and fun to read because SM is a pleasure to explore. It can be fun and enjoyable. One of the points stated in the book is that SM should be the right blend of trust, fantasy, and sensuality. Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns creates an intensely erotic but deeply intimate situation. We take away our lovers’ freedom and lead them to profound liberty. We peer into the dark together, transforming it to light. In ‘Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns’, you will find clear explanations for those who are curious about bondage, discipline, dominance and submission, and sadomasochism. It is fully indexed and contains over 225 photos and illustrations so that it can help. There is a 250+ word glossary, and appendices containing over 650 contacts. Overall, in a nutshell, this book contains SM-related clubs, stores, and literature. There is solid advice, safety measures and steamy suggestions for the adventurous. Yes, this book is old-school. Read it just for jokes. See how toxic masculinity is embedded in books.
Beauty and the Billionaire- A Dirty Fairy Tale
Beauty and the Billionaire, another winner by romance novel master-Lauren Landish. This novel tells the story of a man named Thomas Goldstone, a billionaire in custom-tailored suits and with a steely smile. He is like a demon that seduces people to do bad things for him. Thomas Goldstone, possessed demons to make him both arrogant and controlling. However, one of his employees, Mia, a pink-haired girl working as a data analyst who considers herself a geek, gradually detects signs of a heart of gold hidden beneath it all. You won’t be able to resist this dirty fairy tale story that combines business and pleasure, which is not a bad thing (in the fantasy of course). Please expect romance with unexpected plot twists. Another thing to note about this novel, Beauty and the Billionaire is that there is also a Kindle version.
Dating-ish: A Friends to Lovers Romance (Knitting in the City Book 6)
Dating-ish: A Friend to Lovers Romance book is the latest book in Penny Reid’s Knitting in the City series, about a group of female friends who get together occasionally to dish about their lives, loves, failures and successes. Some in the group of friends actually knit, some try to attempt it, and some are just there for knitting companionship. Regardless, this set of female friends is purely delightful to visit as a reader as every woman’s story has been as individual as the women themselves. In the Dating-ish book, it’s Marie’s turn to find someone, but not without some obstacles first.
Marie’s had poor luck in the dating department, including her most recent coffee shop meeting with a man who looked nothing like his profile picture. Well ya, catfish. That sucks and that date ended quite disastrously. To top it off, that man turns out to be her friend Fiona’s neighbour and sometimes babysitter, Matt.
Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman
Call Me by Your Name tells the story of an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents’ cliff-side mansion on the Italian Riviera who falls in love unexpectedly and powerfully. Unprepared for the consequences of their attraction, each feigns indifference at first. However, unrelenting subsurface currents of obsession and fear, amazement and desire, amplify their enthusiasm as they test the charged ground between them during the restless summer weeks that follow. What emerges from the depths of their souls is a six-week romance and an encounter that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
That is all for the books recommended on this list. Happy reading! Through reading, there are various interesting facts you need to know about the hobby of reading. This hobby may be considered a common hobby for some individuals as they themselves are unaware of the interesting facts contained behind this hobby. After working all day long and tired of working in digital marketing Malaysia, let’s read some books.