Steamy quarantine lit will keep your fire going 24/7

It’s here. Wait. It’s been here: quarantine literature.

Here is actually there, as in Amazon. It can be your go-to place to buy books in the hottest new genre of novels featuring many steamy Kindle titles.

The audience is the bored at home for months during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A lot of the book covers are so risqué they give me unwanted impure thoughts and they might give you unwanted impure thoughts, so I’ll refrain from sharing the erotic covers and link to them instead. The ones with tame covers will show up in this post.

Let’s take a look:


Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited, $2.99 to buy

Author: Ellis Levi, who has written other quarantine fiction

Publication date: March 23, 2020

Pages: 36

Description: “Two lusty twenty-something couples have just moved in together, and the sexual tension in unbearable. Bodies are flaunted and eyes are eager as the collective sexual salivating reaches crazy-making heights. Then, the unthinkable happens…”

Amazon customer reviews: 0 as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

“Quarantined Quartet: Kinked!”

Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited, $2.99 to buy

Author: Ellis Levi

Publication date: April 3, 2020

Pages: 47

Description: “The foursome who broke down their sexual barriers when the quarantine began are back, and this time, they’re getting kinky.”

Amazon customer reviews: 0 as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

“Quarantined and Kinky Boxset: Five Stories About First Times, Romance, and Breaking Barriers”

Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited, $4.99 to buy

Author: Ellis Levi

Publication date: April 22, 2020

Pages: 144

Description: “This boxset features five stories that follow hot young couples as they venture into the world of domination, submission, kink play, group sex, and romance.”

Amazon customer reviews: 0 as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

“Three in Quarantine”

Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited, 99 cents to buy

Author: Mia Masters, who has written three, yes, three pandemic novels about threesomes

Publication date: July 15, 2020

Pages: 59

Description: “One leap of freedom, a sudden lockdown, and two hot bosses to share it with.”

Amazon customer reviews: 1 and it’s 5 stars as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

“Under the Sheets”

Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited and $2.99 to buy

Author: Jamie Knight; this is the ninth book in Knight’s Love Under Lockdown series

Publication date: July 10, 2020

Pages: 68

Description: “My boss and I are under lockdown orders. And we’re under luxurious silk sheets together.”

Amazon customer reviews: 3 with 5 stars, 1 with 4 stars and 1 with 3 stars as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

“Feliz Covidad: Two Girls Throw the Ultimate Covid College Party”

Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited, $2.99 to buy

Author: Patricia A. Adams

Publication date: May 13, 2020

Pages: 18

Description: “Lauren, a senior at ECU in Greenville, North Carolina, has always lived by her mother’s advice: ‘Keep your attitude positive and your STD test negative.’ So, what can go wrong (or right?) when she and her roommate decide to throw a Covid-19 party and invite an endless number of fraternity hunks to her house?”

Amazon customer reviews: 0 as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

“Pandemic Panties: A Fireman’s Fetish”

Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited, $1.99 to buy

Author: Punky Flowers

Publication date: April 18, 2020

Pages: 29

Description: “This awkward romance short brings together a kinky first-responder and a college student with a secret. Ray is in the driver’s seat but Holly is totally in control.”

Amazon customer reviews: 0 as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

“Covid-69: An Erotic Coronavirus Quarantine Story

Editions: Free with Kindle Unlimited, $2.99 to buy

Author: J. Andrews

Publication date: March 23, 2020

Pages: 23

Description: “This is about a college student living in an off-campus apartment in Los Angeles, her punk-rock downstairs neighbor and a knock on her door about a plumbing problem.”

Amazon customer reviews: 1 with 5 stars as of Thursday, July 23, 2020

Other totsy tine titles at Amazon include “Mother’s Panties,” “The Virus of Desire,” “Stepbrother Quarantine,” “Quarantined with a Nurse,” “Locked Down With My MILF Neighbor,” “Locked Down With My MILF Teacher,” “14 Nights in Quarantine With the Wrong Wife” and “The Doctor Will See You Now.”

Details? I’ll let you look them up. That’s what the links are for.

During the quarantine, will I read any of the books I mentioned? Not no, but hell no.

In case you have yet to realize it, the headline for this post is not sincere. Instead, it’s satiric and sarcastic. I assume the entertainment value of tine lit is intentionally pervy and unintentionally hilarious.

Now I need to clean my mind of this filth and get back to finishing a legit 2020 book, “Becoming Duchess Goldblatt,” already among my all-time favorites.

Beautiful image. Wonderful writing.

What I learned from ‘Most Valuable Puppy’

Maybe I should become a full-time reviewer of children’s books, because in my brief time doing this blog, my praise for “Most Valuable Puppy” represents the second time I have written about a work that is for kids.

“Most Valuable Puppy” is about children pet-sitting an energetic dog, and though it’s fiction, it’s relatable.

I imagine a child would never get tired of their mother, father, grandmother or grandfather reading this happy story to them and pointing to the illustrations because “Most Valuable Puppy” is cute, sweet and funny.

It’s an engaging combination of entertainment and education, and perhaps the book’s biggest benefit is that it’s a vocabulary builder.

The word “kimchi” appears in the book and I bet kids would love to learn what it means and play with the pronunciation of it.

I’m sure the story would also make children curious about San Francisco, where the book takes place, and the breed of the star of “Most Valuable Puppy,” a Jack Russell named Bouncer.

I imagine boys and girls asking, “What is this Fran Sancisco? Who is Russell Jack? Can we get a Russell Jack to play with all the time?”

I thoroughly enjoyed reading “Most Valuable Puppy” on 8-13-19 and I’m no kid. Heck, I’m almost 68 years old and the preferred age range for the book is 6 to 8.

Many thanks to author Carol Kim and illustrator Felia Hanakata for the wonderful time.

Many thanks, too, to North Star Editions/Jolly Fish Press and NetGalley for an advance digital copy of “Most Valuable Puppy.”

I’m looking forward to seeing the print edition in my favorite bookstores.

Be careful if you do a Google Search for “Most Valuable Puppy” because you might stumble on such distractions as stories about expensive dog breeds and links to the children’s book “MVP: Most Valuable Puppy” by Mike Greenberg of ESPN and his wife, Stacy.

“Most Valuable Puppy” was published on 9-1-19 and is in Kim and Hanakata’s Doggy Daycare series, which includes “Blue Ribbon Pup,” “Dog Sled Star” and “Library Buddy.” All four books were published on the same day.

I’ll refrain from giving you a five-sentence summation of “Most Valuable Puppy.” If that’s what you want, go to Goodreads, Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

Just find the book and experience the joy of sharing it with your children.

Featured image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay