You’re looking for something to read. Maybe you feel like a romance novel. Perhaps a bodice ripper? Or a historical romance with nothing but dukes and balls and glorious clothing? Or maybe you’re feeling more like it’s time for lots of sexy action in the world of high finance? But definitely, what you want is a glorious, heart-quickening smut-tastic work of fiction.

The only problem is: how to pick? Maybe you’ve already finished all the books by your favorite authors and don’t know where to go next. Or maybe you’ve never read one and you want to know what all the fuss is about. Either way, we firmly believe that there is a romance novel out there for every taste, and we want to help you find it.

Luckily, we read – and we review. Whether you’re as much of a romance fan as we are, or you’re new to the genre, we’ve got you covered.

Call us Smut Enthusiasts. Call us Smut Scholars. Call us Smut Evangelists.

We are The Smut Report: Let’s talk dirty books.


Review: Pretty Man by Ryan Field (2018)

Heat Factor: The narrative ties together the sex scenes rather than vice versa

Character Chemistry: They didn’t have time to develop chemistry with all the sex going on

Plot: Pretty Woman with an oddly reversed power dynamic

Overall: I would not characterize this as a romance novel

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Dukes and Their Moms; Or, What the Romantic Heroine Will Become in Forty Years

A few weeks ago, we talked a little bit about Dukes’ Dads, and how a duke’s relationship with his father could potentially be a source of angst, as the young duke assumes the mantle of responsibility that comes with the title.

However, while the Senior Duke may cast a long shadow, he rarely appears as a walking, talking character. The Dowager Duchess, on the other hand, frequently appears in Duke stories, ready to meddle in his love life, for good or, more commonly, for ill.

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Review: The Duke in My Bed by Amelia Grey (2015)

Heirs Club of Scoundrels, Book 1

Heat Factor: Moderately coercive

Character Chemistry: Loathing each other, longing for each other

Plot: Dissolute Duke makes a vow to marry a dying man’s sister

Overall: Maybe if you really love dukes you’d like it?

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Review: Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors by Sonali Dev (2019)

The Rajes, Book 1

Heat Factor: Longing glances and orgasmic food

Character Chemistry: Spot on

Plot: Gender swapped Pride and Prejudice, but without the desperate marriage plot

Overall: I. LOVED. IT.

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