Friday, June 18, 2010

Review: The Best Sex of Your Life by Jennifer Hunt and Dan Raritchi

In this book, noted sex experts Jennifer and Dan reveal 101 salacious secrets for delightful encounters between the sheets. You have sex; and sure, it's okay, maybe occasionally even good. But with this new guide they help you kick it up a notch to have the best sex every time.

Featuring plenty of tips guaranteed to make you blush, you'll learn to get in touch with your inner seductress for orgasmic results. Among the secrets revealed—why you should . . .

* Have sex in front of a mirror
* Learn to use all four phases of the female orgasm
* Watch porn with your man
* Try some new positions—like the deck chair
* Use household items (hello spatula and rolling pin!) during foreplay

If you're tired of bland, predictable sex, this insider's roadmap to a more satisfying ride will have you screaming, squirting, and spending the day (or week . . . or month!) in bed.



Received from the publicist for review.

My favorite quotes from the book were:

Always make sure to wear clothes that fit properly, are free from excessive wear and tear, and make you feel good when you're wearing them. [well duh!]

Think about it. How on earth can you have a satisfying and enjoyable sex life if you don't even know what you like? How can you tell your partner how to please you if you don't know what gets you off?  Remember, he's not psychic.

Be open to your sexuality. As long as it involves consenting adults, there's nothing wrong with whatever turns you on.

Reading this really made me realize how I'm so not one of the repressed women who should be reading this. No wonder Oprah needs Dr. Laura Berman on constantly to tell women about their own bodies. In this age of Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Queer as Folk, and Sex and the City it is shocking that some women don't know if they've ever had an orgasm. Seriously?

I did almost puke at the their suggestion of oral sex during your period. (shiver)

This one gets four stars. This was quite readable with a great, frank style. It felt like a fun discussion with Sex and the City's Samantha. Every woman who reads this will take away at least one tidbit to implement.

★★★★ = Really Liked It



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