bonkbuster

bonkbuster

n
(Literary & Literary Critical Movements) informal a novel characterized by graphic descriptions of the heroine's frequent sexual encounters
[C20: from bonk (sense 2) + (block)buster]
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Hopefully, it'll be years from now, when I'm in the home for Decrepit Old Bonkbuster Authors, before my offspring will look back through my columns, spot this page and realise my motherhood philosophies were a sham.
Elsewhere, The Scandalous Lady W is a bonkbuster drama about a legal case that shocked 18th-century society.
A Freedom of Information request showed Conwy had the highest bonkbuster borrowing rate in Wales, with the novel being taken out 404 times - a rate of 34.
She believed she was to be paid PS5,000 for taking part in a 'casting procedure' for a television series based on the Hollywood bonkbuster.
But his mesmerising turn as serial killer Paul Spector changed that – and bagged him the part of Christian Grey in the bonkbuster 50 Shades Of Grey.
Even a bonkbuster goddess knows the way to a man's heart is through his stomach.
the Daily Mail quoted the 74-year old - nicknamed the Queen of the Bonkbuster, as saying.
They have demanded that she immediately cease the parties, and remove all references to the bonkbuster from her website.
RAUNCHY British men are taking a leaf out of the bonkbuster Fifty Shades of Grey by trying harder than ever to please their partner in the bedroom.
As well as winning him legions of admiring fans, the reputation has served him well on screen: playing groundsman Mellors in TV bonkbuster Lady Chatterley, swashbuckling Sharp in Napoleonic war drama of the same name, warrior Eddard Stark in mythical epic Game Of Thrones and warlike Boromir in the blockbuster Lord Of The Rings films.
Aside from having a name like a bonkbuster character, Mr Goldsmith - Carole Middleton's brother - hasn't quite mastered the air of exquisite breeding boasted by other Marlborough-educated members of the Middleton clan.