It’s the same book they always talk about in school, but despite its tragic elements Anne Frank was just another curious teenage girl. Just like any young girl she is totally boy obsessed and quite graphically interested in exploring her body. Everyone will just think you’re a major history buff.
Flowers In The Attic
A women whose husband becomes handicapped realizes that love isn’t just a marriage of the mind, but of the body as well. This 1920s’ tale is all about one woman’s sexual awakening in a time where that kind of thing simply was not allowed. Your teacher will be so proud you’re exploring more English literature.
Tropic of Cancer
The novel written by Bret Easton Ellis when he was just 19 years old is fueled by sex, drugs, and major drama. It was turned into a classic ’80s film starring the Brat Pack. Friends will just think you’re majorly retro.
Bright Lights, Big City
Based on the scandalous lives of old Hollywood starlets like Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, and Frances Farmer, the novel chronicles show biz, drugs, and romance. You’ve always been a fan of Glam Era Hollywood, no one will suspect a thing!
Just another story about Sleeping Beauty, right? Wrong. This is totally erotic, medieval fantasy, fiction told with familiar characters like Sleeping Beauty, The Handsome Prince, and evil lady who tries to ruin it all. You’re just super into Disney Princesses and wanted to know a little more about their backgrounds.
The story of a young boy who begins a sexual relationship with an older woman will have you flipping through the pages to find the dirty parts. Your mom and dad will just think you’ve taken an interest in contemporary German literature.
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