Let the spy game begin… Writer, director, and knife cane fan Ryan Perez joins Becky to review the historical romance The Spymaster's Lady by Joanna Bourne ($2.99). Ryan chooses a pretty unique sexy excerpt, so this episode is NOT to be missed.
Jordan Morris (Jordan, Jesse Go!, Bubble) joins Becky to review the kiss-tastic romantic suspense “Operation: Midnight Tango” ($3 used). This is a must-listen for anyone into open-wound lovemaking and graveyard proposals.
Two redheaded Jewish women discuss an erotic romance about a redheaded Jewish woman. Jennie Pierson ("Blackish", "Valley Girl", Funny or Die) joins Becky to review "Craving Flight" ($2.99) by Tamsen Parker. L'Chaim!
SURPRISE! It’s a special Royal Wedding episode of TSTL! To celebrate the nuptials of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Becky is joined by the wonderful Jessie Gaskell ('Conan') to review the thong-ripping sexfest, 'Royal Ruin' (3.99) by Jessica Peterson. They talk crushing on teachers, friends-turned-lovers fantasies, and good old-fashioned hate f*cking.
Hopeless "romantique" Marisa Pinson ('Angie Tribeca') joins Becky in the office—the SEXY office—to review the horny romance, 'Taken by the CEO' ($2.99) by Stefanie London. They talk Casper the Friendly Ghost, question vague business practices, act out a scene with some hot repartee, and so much more!
Handsome people, pretty people, long-lost twins, insane asylums, incest… and that’s just the beginning!! The hilarious Connie Shin (UCB) joins Becky to discuss the V.C. Andrews Gothic romance 'Ruby' ($4.99) – an amazing novel where so much happens including an art scene that surpasses 'Titanic'.
The hilarious Lindsay Katai (cohost of 'Teen Creeps') ventures with Becky to the Scottish Highlands (aka Sexy Kilt-City) to review the historical romance, 'My Enemy, My Earl' by Tammy Andresen ($3.99). Lindsay and Becky talk about YA fiction, say the word ‘rake’ A LOT and read some super hot "kissing" scenes.
Josh and Travis Wyman (hosts of Stacking Wood and UCB alums) join Becky to review the sexy contemporary romance, Broken Justice by Suzanne Halliday ($3.99). They talk about secretly skimming romance novels in the town library, the infinite number of boners the male character has, and why “Ponytail and Stubble” may have been a better title.