Been reading Elliot Kay's Good Intentions series.
The first book had this as part of the synopsis. After seeing that, who wouldn't at least give it a try?
WARNING: “Good Intentions” contains explicit sexuality, violence, nudity, inappropriate use of church property, portrayals of beings divine and demonic bearing little or no resemblance to established religion or mythology, trespassing, bad language, sacrilege, blasphemy, attempted murder, arguable murder, divinely mandated murder, justifiable murder, filthy murder, sexual promiscuity, kidnapping, attempted rape, arson, dead animals, desecrated graves, gang activity, theft, assault and battery, panties, misuse of the 911 system, fantasy depictions of sorcery and witchcraft, multiple references to various matters of fandom, questionable interrogation tactics, cell phone abuse, reckless driving, consistent abuse of vampires (because they deserve it), even more explicit sexuality, illegal use of firearms within city limits, polyamory, abuse of authority, hit and run driving, destruction of private property, underage drinking, disturbances of the peace, disorderly conduct, internet harassment, bearers of false witness, mayhem, dismemberment, falsification of records, tax evasion, an uncomfortably sexy mother, bad study habits, and a very silly white guy inappropriately calling another white guy “nigga” (for which he will surely suffer).
It turned out to be a fairly entertaining entry on the urban fantasy genre. The protagonist being a guy just about to finish school and head to college, bravely interrupts what he thinks is some weird ritualistic torture and gang rape of two girls. Ends up saving them only to discover that they happen to be a guardian angel and a succubus, the supernatural is real, and that in the course of rescuing them a magical ritual went askew and bound them both to him. Shenanigans ensue.
It has a rather nice balance of humour, adventure, questions of romance and a slight tinge of erotica. So yes, your mileage might vary if you really don't like sex scattered in your story. I will say that while there are a whole bunch of sex scenes in it, they don't seem to be there just to be sex scenes. It always makes sense as part of the on-going story and characters.