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I went into the audiobook with an open mind, thinking there might be a thing or two to be learned; instead, this book comes across as a prattling, disheveled, condescending mess. The author's moral and religious bias comes through the reading - a little like being lectured on sexual etiquette by great-aunt Martha, the religious spinster...
Naura Hayden seems afraid of using specific body terms common to sexual health and discussion, instead refers to "the man's sex organ" and almost chokes on the word "clitoris". I'm afraid Ms. Hayden's experiences don't translate to effective coaching and fear my purchase of the book will encourage her to write more on the subject.
Sad, I think she was well intentioned but really missed her mark.
16 of 16 people found this review helpful
If you are looking for a book that will teach you how to be a better lover, this is not it. There is some good information presented but the simplistic "technique" of soft stimulation and incremental penetration of the clitoris is not the answer to all sexual problems. The author talks more about nutrition and religion than actual sexual technique. I wish I had my nine bucks back.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
There is 1 really good technique described in this
book that could be written on one page and
summarised in a single word - TEASE.
Not just a bit of foreplay but real serious teasing.
The problem is, that message gets lost in chapters
of rubbish. Preaching about how God's love is so
important and sweeping generalisations about how bad
men are in bed.
It's a shame, because the technique has potential
(though I hated the way she described parts of it)
but I could never recommend this book to anyone.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful