Wild adventure? Yes. Steamy sex? Yes! Love? YES! We hope you’re open to new experiences, Listener, because today we’re saying YES! Today we read “Get a Life, Chloe Brown: A Novel (The Brown Sisters Book 1)” by Talia Hibbert, and “Less: A Novel” by Andrew Sean Greer. On this diem-carpeing episode, we discuss getting your date off in public; what happens when a dog eats your suit; and, because it’s been a while, we have the thiccest “Hot and Bothered” ever. Also, we said Yes to a new recording platform (which we’re figuring out), so apologies for some sound quality issues.
Get a Life, Chloe Brown: A Novel (The Brown Sisters Book 1) by Talia Hibbert
To celebrate the day, Claire and Neil interview the inimitable team from Books Inc., Laurel Village. In Part III of a three-part series for Bookstore Romance Day, we recommend books you can read and LOVE. And of course, we play FMK with our favorite reading scenarios.
To celebrate the day, Claire and Neil interview the enchanting staff from Books Inc., Laurel Village. In Part II of a three-part series for Bookstore Romance Day, August 15, 2020 we dig in to the kinds of romance we like best (slow burn!) and our favorite kinds of tension.
To celebrate the day, Claire and Neil interview the indefatigable crew from Books Inc., Laurel Village. In Part I of a three-part series for Bookstore Romance Day, August 15, 2020 we chat about the origins of Bookstore Romance Day, our favorite genres of romance, and sexy cover art.
Lights! Camera! Let’s get some action! Put on your designer duds to walk the red carpet of love because today we’re reading about celebrities! Today we read “Somewhere Only We Know” by Maureen Goo and “Something to Talk About” by Meryl Wilsner. On this star-studded episode, our hosts talk the magic of karaoke, romantic business trips to Canada, and why it’s important to know how to drive a scooter.
It’s summer here in the Northern Hemisphere, so it’s time to get your bikinis on! Well, actually, this is FMKlit, so it’s time to get your bikinis off! Because today we’re doing beach reads! For this sizzlin’ episode, we read “I Dare You! (Moments in Maplesville Book 4)” by Farrah Rochon, and “Bliss” by Fiona Zedde. Things really heat up when our hosts discuss bonding over bugs, a family tree of sexual activities, and just how vital it is to find a good HR person.
I Dare You! (Moments in Maplesville Book 4) by Farrah Rochon
A certain Jaded Karen has gotten herself into a Harry situation being awful on Twitter, and Chuck Tingle won’t let that stand! On this fourth wall-breaking episode, our hosts read and discuss Tingle’s new novel, “Trans Wizard Harriet Porber and the Bad Boy Parasaurolophus.” It’s got magic, motorcycles, and sex with a dinosaur! Everything you could possibly want from a Tingle novel. And once you’re done listening, go support trans people.
I saw you from across the society ball and I couldn’t help but fall under your spell. So I have to ask: Your manor home or mine? Pick up your petticoats and get out your grimoires, because today we’re doing Magical Victorian London!
For today’s titillating episode that will be the talk of the ton, we read “Firelight (Darkest London Book 1)” by Kristen Callihan and “The Magpie Lord (A Charm of Magpies Book 1)” by K.J. Charles. Our bewitching hosts discuss the perks of seduction in the dark, errant tattoos, and why sometimes – SOMETIMES – you want a flashback.
Firelight (Darkest London Book 1) by Kristen Callihan
The Magpie Lord (A Charm of Magpies Book 1) by K.J. Charles
On today’s Quickie, we felt the need to break our “No Current Events” rule to share our thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement and the murder of black people at the hands of police across the country. But we’re three white people, so listen to us if you want, but it’s more important to listen to and support black people right now. Below are the organizations and media recommended in this episode to support black lives and black voices.
The dishes are done, the toys are put away, the kids are asleep….and now it’s time to meet me by your locker – we’re cutting class! Who cares if we get detention? Because today we’re doing high school bad boys! But, like, as a topic. Not actually. Today we read “Resisting the Rebel” by Lisa Brown Roberts, and “Collide” by J. R. Lenk. On this (after school) special episode, our spirited hosts discuss promposals, sex bracelets, and Neil discuss that he was, in fact, a high school bad boy.