For Male Eyes Only!Face it guys. You’ve sent her flowers. You sprang for a housekeeper. You’ve tried the dirty talk. You even manned up and had a three-way with BOB. (Battery operated boyfriend) And she still has a headache! What gives? The sex life of a woman is a conundrum to most men. What do they want? What turns them on? And, most frustrating of all, why won’t they tell you? According to University of Chicago researcher, Dr. Edward Laumann, a staggering 43% of women suffer with sexual dysfunction. Lori Futterman, a researcher at the University of California San Diego says 85% of women have trouble developing desire in the first place and 10% cannot get aroused at all while an estimated 5% of women don’t experience orgasms.
In addition to these sky-high percentages, lack of desire is a chief complaint among women. Most guys have seen enough Oprah to realize that a woman’s sex organ is between her ears. But how does the typical red blooded American male engage in foreplay with a woman’s brain? It’s easy. Feed her fantasies.Women who fantasize enjoy rich sex lives. They’re up to try more positions, have fun with sex toys, outfits, you name it! It’s easier than you might think to encourage a woman to fantasize-and you just might enjoy it yourself. A woman’s libido is directly linked to emotions regarding romance and love. Remember when you first met her and your sole focus was on her attributes? She thought the same thing about you and she was always up for sex, whenever, wherever. Unfortunately,
familiarity tends to quell the hots you had when you were both in the thrall of lust. That doesn’t change the fact that women thrive on anticipation and knee-melting sexual tension in a relationship. With stress, life issues, jobs, children, and bills, how can you bring back that feeling of romance women crave? Try reading an erotic romance novel with her! In 2007, romance fiction snatched the largest share of the consumer book market with $1.375 billion in estimated revenue. Of those who read books in 2007, one in five read romance novels. (AP-Ipsos Poll) Romance novelists continue to thrive on the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists. These are some strong stats.
Why?Because women enjoy the romance between two characters in a committed relationship. Contrary to popular belief, women don’t read romance because they are dissatisfied with their relationships. It’s just the opposite. Psychology Today states that women who read romance novels make love with their partners 74% more often than women who don’t. 74% guys. That’s an even stronger stat. In her article, Sex Lives, Bonnie Williams writes, “reading a romance novel…can help women shift into their “sex self” from their role as mother, wife, employer, or employee.” But how does a guy fit into all this? Romance novels are no longer your mother’s bodice rippers with cheesy covers and even cornier plots. The books now embody strong heroines who are ladies on the streets and freaks in the sheets. They are in charge of their sexuality and know what they want-and then ask for it in scandalous unladylike language. Not only is the terminology more graphic, so are the sex scenes which are far more plentiful than in the romance novels of old. Ellora’s Cave’s Romantica
” She tossed the lube and the condoms on the bed, turned and walked toward the dresser. The way her panties rode the cleft of her tight ass made him want to take her up on her offer. It made him want to do a helluva lot more than that. He groaned. She opened a bag of Hershey’s Kisses. “I got this chocolate in the gift shop. It’s not the kind the killer uses, but hopefully it’ll work.” Bringing the bag of candy with her, she climbed onto the bed. “Whoa, hold your horses now!” Trip rushed forward, intent on stopping her, but when his fingers encircled her arm electricity shot through him, racing up his arm, into his body and down both legs. His cock surged with blood. Her gaze drifted to his dark fingers encircling her arm and then lifted once more so that her eyes steadily held his. “I need you to tie me to the bed just like the victim. Blindfold me. Feed me the chocolate. Take off my panties. Do to me what the killer did.”Reading a short, sexy romance together might be just the thing to get her juices flowing-figuratively and literally!Spice up your sex life!o Go to the website of an E-book publisher (such as jasminejade.com) with your significant other
o Search by genre or theme for a story that will really turn her on
o Read it together
o Act out the love scenesShe’ll love you for it!About The Author