What Women Really Want in Bed: The Surprising Secrets Women Wish Men Knew About Sex (Google eBook)

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Quiver, Apr 1, 2010 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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Are you puzzled by women and their sexual desires? Do you wonder, for example, whether your girlfriend or wife really likes giving—and getting—oral sex? What are her secret fantasies? What is it that she really needs to have an orgasm?

 

Wonder no more. In What Women Really Want in Bed, over 200 women of all ages, backgrounds, and walks of life reveal frank, no-holds-barred truths about what turns them on, why they’ll choose a good book over torching the sheets with their lovers, and what they wish men knew about sex. 

 

Discover exactly what your wife, girlfriend, or one-night stand wants you to know about foreplay, sexual positions, orgasm, and getting them into the mood—and into the bedroom.

 

An insider’s guide to women’s sexual psyche, this book debunks sex and seduction myths, explicitly tells you what she needs between the sheets, and gives you the hand, mouth, and position techniques she’s been craving.

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A fun read!

User Review  - ltlbird - Borders

This book is chock-full of interesting data about women's sexual preferences. I also loved the quotes--they were funny, poignant and insightful. I plan to give this to lots of guys. It would make a great wedding gift! Read full review

About the author (2010)

DIVCynthia W. Gentry is an award-winning writer, screenwriter and journalist. She is the co-author of several books on sex, including What Men Really Want in Bed, Secret Seductions, and Red Hot Tantra: Erotic Secrets of Red Tantra for Intimate Soul-to-Soul Sex and Ecstatic, Enlightened Orgasms. She is the author of Mind-Blowing Orgasms Every Day. Her short fiction, essays, and film reviews have appeared in anthologies, literary journals and on the Web.

Dana Fredsti is a producer, writer, and director for theater, film, and television. She has written numerous published articles and essays. This book is her second writing partnership with Cynthia Gentry, after Secret Seductions, for which she used the pseudonym Roxanne Colville. She has also written several short stories and is working on her third erotic romance novel under the nom de plume Inara LaVey./div

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