This is a LIKE NEW Hot Sex: How to Do It Paperback Book by Tracey Cox!
The ultimate bedside companion--packed with erotic yet practical tips for men and women
Practical, down-to-earth, explicit and fun, Hot Sex is the must-have sex and relationships book for every man and woman.
It's perfect bedtime reading for two, an easy-to-follow handbook that cuts straight to the nitty-gritty to deliver candid advice with a healthy dose of humor. Packed with tips and techniques that work, Hot Sex includes everything from a blow-by-blow, step-by-step guide to oral sex to finding (and figuring out) your G-spot.
Whether you're a beginner or an old hand, get into Hot Sex--the only how-to that really tells you how to do it!
Inside, there are tips on:
Foreplay: Not just the appetizer, it can be the main course (and dessert) as well!
Orgasm: The 30 (if you're lucky) seconds we go to so-o-o-o much effort for
Performance Problems: Some of the reasons sex goes wrong and how to get it lustily back on track
Everyday Couples, Exceptional Sex: I'm sorry, did you say monogamy or monotony?W.
"Sex is a bit like typing," explains Australian sex writer Tracey Cox in Hot Sex. "You can get by using two fingers, but you'll never be as good as someone who did the secretarial course and practiced every night." Cox provides the "secretarial course," starting with 27 pages on masturbation and continuing through variations and nuances of every sex act a man and woman might do together. You get explicit lessons in erotic massage, oral sex, intercourse positions (including "orgasm potential for her" and "how to make it even better"), and much more. Equal time is given to men and women, with the sections labeled for quick reference.
This book is ideal for the sexual novice (it includes a first-timer's guide), or for someone who hasn't felt confident enough to experiment. Sexually experienced readers will learn how to understand themselves and their partners better, such as how to make your orgasm last 1,790 times longer, and how to find the A-spot (halfway between the cervix and the G-spot). The writing style is lively, sexy, and often funny, with comments such as, "People on soap operas have simultaneous orgasms more often than they eat breakfast but it's a little different in the real world," and earthy advice like, "Go for it. Make so much noise, your neighbours consider double-glazing their windows." --Joan Price