Tired of all those sex how-tos that are about as erotic as VCR instruction manuals? And pornography that's guaranteed to make you feel inadequate?
For really intense sexual inspiration, what better place is there to look than in the pages of literature?
Let's face it, Chaucer, Flaubert, D. H. Lawrence, Zola, the Brontes, Anais Nin, and even prim Jane Austen knew how to push the right buttons.
Literary Lust presents a catalogue of intimacies from the canon of classic fiction that will perk up the most jaded couples -- and offers witty, down-to-earth advice on how to put them into practice, spelling out exactly what props are required in order to set a scene, its level of difficulty (Languid, Break a Sweat, Athletic), how much role playing is required (Come as You Are, Let's Pretend, Drama Queen), and how much pleasure it's likely to deliver (Romance, Bodice Ripper, Hardcore).
From the exotic delights of The Perfumed Garden to the wanton explorations of Fanny Hill, from the debaucheries of Moll Flanders to the coquetries of Colette, Literary Lust offers a spicy selection of the hottest love scenes ever written, and it tells readers how to take them out from between the covers and experience them between the sheets.
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 3rd January 2006
Publisher: Atria Books
Dimensions (cm): 18.44 x 14.122 x 1.575
Weight (kg): 0.345