Lap Up These 9 Romances with Cunning Linguists

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It’s time to give oral sex the glory it deserves. Specifically, pleasuring the lady bits.

Yes, we’re talking about cunnilingus. Going downtown. Eating out. Muff diving. Whatever you want to call it, making your lover orgasm via your mouth takes practice and skill. What a better place to learn than from the cunning linguists in romances?

We surveyed our closest friends and Bawdy Bookworms Insiders to share their most memorable romances where characters exercise their lingual abilities. (This links below are affiliate links)

Romances with Cunning Linguists

Perv by Dakota Gray

Perv by Dakota Gray

Nathan Ellis loves everything about going down on women. Their taste, their moans, and especially their orgasms. His skills are legendary. When he meets the one woman that turns down his offer, he can’t help himself. He has to have her. If you love dirty talk and lots of action, Perv is the book for you.

Gentleman in the Street by Alisha Rai

A Gentleman in the Street by Alisha Rai

Billionaire businesswoman Akira gets everything her heart desires. Except for Jacob, the man who occupies her fantasies. Too bad he’s not a fan of Akira. Which makes total sense that the chemistry between them is off the charts. It’s no surprise that he ends up diving face first between her legs while she’s propped up on her desk. When was the last time you read about a hero hate eating out his love interest?

Rogue Ever After Anthology

Starlet Struck by Tamsen Parker (in Rogue Ever After)

Sparks fly when Hollywood starlet Hadley agrees to escort queer activist Archer down the red carpet. However, Hadley isn’t ready to risk her career by hooking up with Archer. Tamsen Parker’s novella will have you rooting for both women in a sexy scene that involves bubbles and kneeling on the bathroom floor.

Priest by Sierra Simone

Priest by Sierra Simone

Sierra Simone’s books are highly recommended by our Bawdy Bookworms InsidersPriest isn’t for the shy as it dishes up some BDSM and ample religious imagery. Sometimes even at the same time. In one memorable scene, Father Bell goes down on Poppy as she’s bent over the organ in the sanctuary of their church. Blasphemy never felt so good.

Lady Awakened by Celia Grant

A Lady Awakened by Cecilia Grant

In A Lady Awakened, the characters toss role play into their tongue acrobatics. Newly widowed Martha is determined to conceive in order to protect her estate from her wicked brother-in-law. She propositions Theophilus to help her. In one very steamy scene, she role plays an empress while he plays a commoner who does his very best to serve his empress. With his mouth.

Ready to Run by Meika Usher

Ready to Run by Meika Usher

Playing a video game while your lover goes downtown sounds distracting. Comic book artist Sunny has the hots for her brother’s best friend Ben. He promised to keep his distance but can’t help himself. You’ll have to read the book to find out if Sunny wins the video game before Ben takes her over the edge.

Addicted by Charlotte Stein

Addicted by Charlotte Stein

Is cunnilingus in a library on your sex bucket list? Kit has led a cautious life and her erotic writing shows it. She enlists Dillon to help her add more realism to her writing. He agrees to help by telling tales of his sexual encounters. Lucky for us, his lessons involve some mouth–hands-on experience.

Thirsty by Mia Hopkins

Thirsty by Mia Hopkins

If you’re looking for oral play outside the bedroom, Thirsty is here to make you, well, thirsty. Water isn’t the only thing lapping Vanessa at the pool. Salvador has been aching to lick her to orgasm. You read that right. He ate her out at the pool.

Welcome to Temptation by Jennifer Crusie

Welcome to Temptation by Jennifer Crusie

Speaking of unusual locations for muff munching, Phin and Sophie share a very intimate moment on a boat dock. Need we say more?

What are your favorite romances that have delightful cunning linguists?

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One thought on “Lap Up These 9 Romances with Cunning Linguists

  1. Adele Buck says:

    What about Victoria Dahl’s TAKING THE HEAT, starring the one, the only, “Cunnilingus Gabe”???

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