Answered By: Bonnie Brzozowski Last Updated: Nov 16, 2016 Views: 46
There are a lot of holds on it! We will definitely continue to buy copies to try to keep up with demand. If you would like to suggest that we purchase more copies, you can use the Purchase Request Form on our website. While you wait, you can try these "read-alikes" (books similar to Fifity Shades of Grey) suggested by our amazing database for reading suggestions, Novelist (look for Novelist in the alphabetical list on our Databases A to Z page:
Fifty Shades of Grey
By: James, E. L.
When Anastasia Steele, a young literature student, interviews wealthy young entrepreneur Christian Grey for her campus magazine, their initial meeting introduces Anastasia to an exciting new world that will change them both forever.
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- Sweet Persuasion
Reason: The heroines of these explicit yet tender erotic romances seek dominant men to fulfill their sexual fantasies of total submission, body and soul. While the alpha male heroes are eager to assist, they never expect love to complicate the arrangement. -- Gillian Speace
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Roquelaure, A. N., 1941-
Reason: Readers interested in BDSM in their erotic fiction may want to read these two novels, but while Fifty Shades of Grey embeds erotica within a romance, The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty does not. Each is the 1st in a trilogy. -- Shauna Griffin
- Bending the Rules
Andersen, Susan, 1950-
Reason: Readers who enjoy Contemporary romances about Seattle, Washington that are steamy may also enjoy this book.
- Tell Me Why
Reason: If you enjoy Fifty shades of Grey, you may also enjoy Tell Me Why. Both are steamy Contemporary romances about Seattle, Washington.
- The McCaffertys
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