In Regards to Passion

April 21, 2009

posted by Caroline Picard

I’ve been working up a list of faux-smut-novel-hipster titles, and after coming up a relative blank, appealed to a court of trusty friends. This is what we came up with. Eat your heart out Harlequin.

romance-cover
Negligée!
The Leacherous Mr. Darcy
Runs with the Lions Bathes with the Dogs
Passionate Breezes
Discrete Humps
Mansion Lass & the Cad
Ripples
Hott Letters
A Midlothian Remonstrance
French Handshakes
Touched by an Arrow
Cupid’s Tip
In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower
Quivers & Shivers
Absinthe Abstinence
Half-Time Show
Delilah
Uberfrosh
More Than A Feeling
Disco Freaks
Slumber Party in the Loft of Love
Chain’d Beauty
Untam’d Love and Sex
Scarr’d Nun
You’re Not Stupid, You’re Sexy
Letters from V
Sunset at Lombardy
Erotic Ghost
Passion á Provence
Bathe Me
Spoon Me
Dancing with Satyrs
Eros’ Lullabye
…and a Hand to Hold
Brad Sends His Regards…
I’d Like to…But I Won’t
Hold the Bun
I’d Like to…But I Won’t 2: It’s Been 10 Years and I’m Ready Now
Disappearing into the Valley
Muffling
Breakfast in Bed
Midnight: Dangerous
A Lover in Peril
Feathershaft
Skeletor My Heart
Third Marriage Masthead
Engraved Vagina
Woman Juice
Perverts on Horseback
Where the Fox & The Peacock Kiss
Lust & Cashmere
China Doll
My Music Lesson
Dans La Maison
Your Cabin Boy
Penny Saver
The Devil!
Hey Sailor
Mirabye Knight
O Naked Boy
Clown of Love
Crimson and Covered
Fourth Meal
Lucas the Rodeo Clown
Lucas in Arabia
Who’s the Boss
In the Air Tonight
Chablis Soiree
Land of Lakes
Shenandoah

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