- Paperback: 386 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (July 24, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1499232268
- ISBN-13: 978-1499232264
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.9 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 29 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,988,281 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A Woman's Pleasure Paperback – July 24, 2014
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CLARION REVIEW - AUGUST 15, 2014
Book Review of A Woman's Pleasure - Excerpts
J. F. Kelly
"Fifty Shades of Grey too exploitive? These erotic vignettes in A Woman's Pleasure, featuring incredibly attentive men and mutual respect, hit the sweet spot."
"The volume is perfect for individuals and couples wanting a fun, sexy read that also emphasizes the values underlying a fulfilling, exciting, and pleasurable sex life."
"These interviews delve into scenes of the most intense and passionate sexual experiences of each man's life, as well as his fantasies."
Final excerpts from Clarion Review:
"...mutuality, respect, and communication between partners in their sexual expression will result in pleasure and satisfaction in the relationship."
From the Author
My book "A Woman's Pleasure" by J. F. Kelly has 3 levels:
1- Simply a feast of sensual delights.
2 - Women are empowered to ask for their needs to be fulfilled and satisfied in lovemaking.
3 - Men are given role models as to how they can become great lovers in their relationships with women.
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A Woman's Pleasure takes a look at the stories of 25 different men as they relate their experiences with women both in and out of the bedroom. These men are not out to dominate women or simply use them to fulfill their own carnal desires. They see them as partners in a beautiful dance and have honed their skills at satisfying women and do a great job relating these experiences in the various interviews.
The book is written in an interview format but that doesn't make it any less sensual. I think the style of writing actually adds to the eroticism as I can actually mentally place myself in the situations as each gentleman relates his experiences and explains what happened in great detail. I found this to be a very well-written book that is full of steamy erotic scenes that definitely deliver while also serving as an incredibly educational guide for both men and women. This is one that I plan to keep on the nightstand and return to over and over again.
What I liked best about the book was that it an easy read. The language and the writing was “spot-on” and the words flowed like honey from the author’s pen – smooth, clear, and really a delight to read. I am pretty particular about the English language being a professor in English Literature and this book passed with flying colors.
Eroticism, lovemaking, sexual encounters, and intimacy at its best. The romance is always lurking in the background so even when the sexuality is quite explicit, the interactions between the women and men are really quite wonderful. Both men and women could learn a lot from J.F. Kelly’s insights. I am looking forward to his next book. He is the D.H. Lawrence of this decade.
It was a very erotic and sensual read for me, empowering both me and my partner to be equal partners in love making. I had to take breaks from it the first time around. I got a little overwhelmed. Each man (and there are 25 of them) are very different but all of them are attentive to their women in the mainstream sensual encounters. Much different than 50 Shades, more satisfying and more fulfilling. There are certain men and certain encounters I go back to often. It is my bedside book.