We read a lot of books and watch a lot of movies. Our favorite types are the sexy kind – of course. Sean and Jake have been reading books and watching movies with erotic content in them then sending recommendations to each other for the last several years. It finally occurred to us that we should be writing this down – so we started Wholesome Addiction Reviews.

How it works
We rate books or movies on a simple set of 0 -10 scales. We rate how well we thought the erotic content worked out as well as the overall quality of the content as a whole. We generally don’t review media we don’t like so if you see them on the site you’ll know one or both of us think you might get something good out of it. Bear with us, we’re new at this – enjoy!

Blue is the Warmest Color

The Review: There are those who are more socially conscious who will hate me for my review of this movie because it is supposedly an amazing lesbian coming of age
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Atomic Blond

The Review: For my first Wholesome Addiction Movie Review, we have Atomic Blond. Atomic Blond stars Charlize Theron as British MI-6 agent Lorraine Broughton. The story is framed around her
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Sex at Dawn – Christophe Ryan & Cacilda Jethat

The Review: Despite what the title might make you think, Sex at Dawn is the first non-fiction book I’ve considered reviewing. To be honest, it had never occurred to me.
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Anne Rice

The Review: Anne Rice was one of the first authors whose body of work  I completely consumed. I wanted to pick one of her erotic works, many of which she
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The Story of “O” – Pauline Reage

The Review: It’s taken me a while to figure out how to write a review of The Story of “O”, this being one of the most controversial pieces of erotic
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Catholic School Girls – JoAnne Whisper

The Review: Despite what you may have thought looking at the title and cover, this was actually a very deep and thought-provoking tale. Who am I kidding? This book is
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Fimbulwinter: Daniel Black, Book 1 – E. William Brown

The Review: In my quest for Geeky Smut, I keep running into books that feel like an anime.  Here’s another one! Fimbulwinter introduces us to Daniel Black, who has just
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So Not a Hero – S. J. Delos

The Review: I don’t know about you, but I love Super Hero stories.  Especially ones that look at the whole idea of being a Super Hero from another angle.  So
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Babysitting the Baumgartners – Selena Kitt

The Review: This is a bit of a departure from the other books I’ve reviewed here.  Whereas the others have been excellent stories in their own right, they just happened
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Wild Wastes – Randi Darren

The Review: Have you ever been playing D&D, and when the DM describes a monster thought, “I wonder if I can fuck that?” Well, if you haven’t then you may
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The Girls from Alcyone – Cary Caffrey

The Review:  Genetically and biomechanically-enhanced, teenage, lesbian, space-mercenaries... Yep! I was sold too. The Girls from Alcyon is the first book of The Girls from Alcyon series.  I picked it
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Good Intentions – Elliott Kay

The Reviews: This being my first review, let me start by saying that I do 95% of my “Reading” via Audible audiobooks while I’m commuting to and from work.  So,
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