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Veronica Monet's Sex Secrets of Escorts: Tips from a Pro Paperback – September 6, 2005
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If nothing else this book challenges mainstream perceptions of the sex industry. You may think it strange to take advice from a "prostitute" about relationships and connection. Then again, if you had only an hour or two to establish that with a person - consistently and with your livelihood on the line - maybe you'd get good at it too, eh? Ms. Monet rose to the top of her field. Her grasp of the matter seems more than "good."
With Monet's work we have the fruits of a soul map, I think, logging helpful lessons from many lovers, mostly men--as the paying part of sex is their world. She writes to women that want to know her secrets. But my guess is that more men read her than women. Off the clock she says she prefers women, yet as a certified sexologist now retired the high end prostitution business, she works as a relationship and love advisor for couples. Her book makes it clear that she loves sex, sees sexuality as sacred. This belief has allowed her to transition to the business of being a teacher of groups and couples as a life coach, soul guide, and sex specialist--a world she believes is mostly about connecting with the divine. Read this book and I think you'll want to go to Tantra Church with this fun time girl. But hold your horses. She's married and retired.
Life is the thing that should be fun and full of joy, not just knocking parts in the bedroom. This is the message I got from Sex Secrets. Indeed, some techniques are found in the last third of the book; but they seemed like afterthoughts to me. This work is more about instruction on the soul and getting close with someone you care about because that's where the meaning is for Monet.
No shock that most of her clients during those working years were married men.Read more ›
A lot of what this book is about is actually not sex, but the psychology of sex. Reading this book really helped me to understand men as a whole, and I feel that many of my relationships have been better as a result. I would recommend this book to any woman who wants to have a meaningful relationship.
If you have read text dedicated to seduction, sex, orgasms, and relationships or have found yourself in midway through the course of a examined life, I would say that this book comes across as too simple and too literal. You, the reader, will likely feel bored. However, I feel as though this would make a decent primer for girls leaving adolescence with a number of unanswered questions.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found the first part of the book on how to relate to men very insightful. Towards the end I was not as enlightened by the sacred prostitute. It might work for some.Published on March 31, 2014 by Finger Lakes Blonde
books on sex and sexuality from a very pragmatic point of view. The author came to my town one time and I went to hear her speak. Her talk was helpful and enjoyable.Published on February 4, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This book has given me a lot of great information to improve my day to day sessions. I recommend all women in and out of the hobby read thisPublished on December 17, 2012 by monica
As a writer, I want to comment Monet's writing ability; it is quite like classical literature, and it is attentive, clear, and concise reading. Read morePublished on August 21, 2012 by tiffany morris
What a pity every woman whose "husbands" she has boldly serviced did not read this before they devoted their lives to the sort of man who have sought and yes BOUGHT her services. Read morePublished on October 9, 2011 by Rose
God bless Veronica Monet! Here's a woman who has the experience to demystify what really makes the sexual experience HOT, while never reducing it to "sex by the numbers". Read morePublished on January 10, 2011 by susan jay, author of The House of Yes
The little I read about it, I thought she keeps on repeating herself on different chapters. I think it could have been better edited to cut out the repetitions of the same... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Anonymous
I am just now delving into the wild and often macabre world of escorts. I started out learning some stuff from the girls at [...], but this book really takes the cake. Read morePublished on September 1, 2010 by Denise Grier