Then along came "J" and suddenly everything was different. She opened the eyes -- and minds -- of millions of American women with her explicit step-by-step account of her pursuit of the ultimate in sexual pleasure.
Now here's the book that has set off fireworks in bedrooms across America, the book that will teach every woman how to free her body, train her senses, and tap her own hidden erotic resources.
The book designed to make you the woman every man yearns to make love to -- the woman you yearn to be.
"[She] is unmistakably female: no man could possible be so exquisitely knowing about how a woman can makes the most of what she's got." -- Playboy
My wife and I bought this book, along with "The Sensuous Man" soon after we were married 50 years ago. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Ferree
Forty-five years later this book is still relevant and good, every girl should read this book as a requirement to womanhood.Published 11 months ago by Richard J. Greene
Fast and just as advertised. This book is in great condition and I look forward to reading it. Thanks for such great service.Published 11 months ago by Brian Hallgren
This book makes for some interesting reading. An invaluable and somewhat outdated in some points, but still a good manual for a woman to read. Read morePublished 11 months ago by UniversityDoc
I read this book 20 years ago and now have passed it to my daughter. She loved it just as much as I did when I read it for the first time. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Erica Parham
I recently noticed this book on my book shelf, where it had been sitting for over thirty years, and decided to re-read it. Well, the times they certainly are a changing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lawyeraau
this book was recommended in a dating book i read. i imagine it was really very modern when it was written, but no longer seems as applicablePublished 18 months ago by Sally Anna Kydd
I read this when I was a young married woman and rather naive. Now a widow, this took me down memory lane.Published 20 months ago by Elizabeth R. Snead