Hot Sex: How to Do It

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Bantam Books, 1999 - Self-Help - 388 pages
40 Reviews
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?

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Review: Hot Sex: How to Do It

User Review  - David Chittenden - Goodreads

This book is full of good, practical advice which is easy to read. I regularly assign it to my sex therapy clients. Read full review

Review: Hot Sex: How to Do It

User Review  - Sherry - Goodreads

As a sex educator I found this book fantastic! I recommend grabbing a highlighter and giving your partner a different color and both highlighting what interests each of you. Great for conversation and to add some new spark to the relationship Read full review

About the author (1999)

Tracey Cox is Australia's foremost sex and relationships writer and has a degree in psychology. A former associate editor at Australian Cosmopolitan, she writes for leading women's magazines both at home and abroad, has her own weekly radio show, and regularly appears on television as a "sexpert." She lives in New South Wales, Australia, and is currently working on her next book, Hot Relationships: How to Have One, and a novel.

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