As a relationship turns from new and exciting and started being classed as a long-term thing many couples find it harder and harder to recapture the spark of exciting, steamy sex that was so unforgettable when you first got to together.
So if you are in a long-term relationship and your sex has perhaps lost some of its excitement is "500 Lovemaking Tips and Secrets" by acclaimed author Michael Webb a good resource to bring back the fire to your bedroom? Here is what we think.
This e-book starts with an overview of lovemaking that can give you an understanding of topics including bedroom toys, adult films, the importance of romance and some interesting facts about the Kama Sutra. There are also guides on lubrication and a brief illustrated lovemaking position guide at the back which is handy; the main meat of the book however is in the tips themselves.
The first thing you notice is that it is clear and easy to read. Every page has about 8 to 10 tips that can really inspire your *** side without having to read through dozens of long winded paragraphs of information beside the point. When you are in the spur of the moment this book delivers the goods by simply opening on any page.
But what about the actual tips I hear you ask?
Well that is bit that makes this worthwhile. With exactly 539 lovemaking tips all up ranging from oral sex techniques and tips for both men and for women to fun foreplay games and arousal techniques to ways to make intercourse feel unique and much more sensual. There were some that seemed a bit silly or quite obvious to me but most of them were appealing to me and my wife who enjoyed the parts about where to make love that surprised me!
A word of warning though, do not sit there and try to read through this book in one go! There is too much and it is too overwhelming, this is a book to skim first and pinpoint bits and pieces as you go rather than a cover to cover guide as the tips tend to be all mixed together.
Another bonus that my wife especially appreciated was that there was nothing degrading or perverted in this guide that some other guides seem to thrive on like it was some amateur *** training guide. All the tips were unapologetically about sex of course but did not cross the line into anything over the top or overly raunchy.
So in the end, is this what you are looking for? If your sex life is not completely destroyed but is simply in a lull this is the best guide you can get for sheer size and amount of information. This is best for people who perhaps know they need something new to rekindle the spark but do not know where to start or even for people who might fear their sex life may start heading that way and want to make sure it does not become boring at all even if not all the tips are amazing most will get you there.
This however is not a guide for people who actually have *** problems or intimacy problems which are much more drastic.
Variety is the spice of life they say and with over 500 tips this certainly has that!
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