Month of Darkness: Our Favorite Dark Reads

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What constitutes a dark read?  Many dark romances feature human trafficing.  Others include the use of torture and graphic violence.  Why are they popular?  I think it can almost be explained as a twist on a taboo, something we shouldn’t like but do.  As a reader, it takes you out of your comfort zone and challenges you to see a different side to the story.  Those authors who do this genre well, take the reader on a dark journey, they entertain you with their wicked minds, and drive your anxiety through the roof.  In the end, you’ll look back and realize their brillance.

It’s is impossible to list every dark read, but below is a list of our favorites.  So if you are looking for something to get your blood pumping, look no further (click on the image to purchase) . . .

CJ Roberts

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Pepper Winters

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T.M. Fraizer

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Pam Godwin

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Ker Dukey

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Ker Dukey and D.H. Sidebottom

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Lili St. Germain

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Arden Aoide

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Anna Zaires

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Aleatha Romig

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J.A. Redmerski

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Nashoda Rose

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Madeline Sheehan

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E.K. Blair

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M. Stratton

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Karina Halle (we loved the Artists Trilogy, but feel that is more of romantic suspense than dark like this series, so that’s why it is not listed)

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Great Stand-Alones

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*We know there is another book in this series, but since it hasn’t been released yet, we are considering this a stand-alone.

Sooo, what did we miss?  What are your favorite dark reads? Let us know.

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