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The Great Lover Playbook: 365 Sexual Tips and Techniques to Keep the Fires Burning All Year Long Paperback – January 13, 2005
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Over 365 short entries, each tip reveals how to continue turning on your partner, maintain access to intimacy, and pave the way to increased heights of pleasures. These entries fall under six categories: Attitude, Behaviour, Playbook (new tips and techniques), Classics (favourite tips and techniques from her seminars), Fantasy, and Frequently Asked Questions.
What I liked was how easy to read this book is, its bite-sized tips, and the real-life stories shared. The good take-aways for me included: erotic films titles, love making music, introduction to sex toys (name and how to use), and resource list at the end of the book.
What I did not like was how the author repeats herself in different sections, for instance suggesting dirty talk in two categories (that does not make it 365 new tips!). A lot of what was shared is nothing new but in fact boils down to communicating well. Written for women in mind, I would only recommend this book for women or couples who are relatively inexperienced to lovemaking.
I'd recommend this book with some hesitation because it did not do exactly what we wanted from it. Things that seemed weird to me, e.g. enjoying that my significant other hug me as a man instead of me, as the man, always taking matters into my own hands, are now more natural as the book noted that men need to be hugged to reinforce their bond etc etc. It was nothing really new and that's what it felt like to me, always, but it was nice to read that this was a common preference among men. It "normalized" what at times felt like a weakness.