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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

It can't hurt!

Being as the contents of this book are secretive, this book is slightly risky. But if you can spend the money, and need the bedroom help, its worth it. We haven't gotten very far with it yet, but do plan to. My hubby & I have been together 13 yrs now, with 3 kids, and w...
Being as the contents of this book are secretive, this book is slightly risky. But if you can spend the money, and need the bedroom help, its worth it. We haven't gotten very far with it yet, but do plan to. My hubby & I have been together 13 yrs now, with 3 kids, and we've gotten to that boring point. Reading the beginning of this book together got us both aroused because we don't normally spend ANY time talking about sex or ideas relating to it. Then his first rip sheet wasn't much help to him, since it was mostly about massaging me, which he does frequently anyway. But his 2nd rip was a whole different ballgame! Mine suggested an arousal activity which I had never even thought of, and it really wasn't weird at all (think of female pulling male belt off & using as a prop). So the nice part is it adds to your repertoire of how to 'play' with each other to keep the spark alive. On the other hand, if you're religious and think sex should always be loving and romantic, this wouldn't be for you. There's cuss words, descriptions that might make you blush, and non-traditional positions/activities. We actually are quite religious, but we've realized we need more from our sexual relationship than what we've been doing. So although we feel slightly cringy at reading some, we figure its all just for the 2 of us...married, consenting adults in a monogomous relationship. Now if it suggested a 3-some, I'd march right back here & say so! I'll update my review when we're at least halfway through!

posted by MomNeedsAVacation on February 6, 2010

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1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Another Crock of Corn

`101 Nights of Grrreat Sex' is one of the more visible contributions from the currently-erupting `hot sex' quasi-genre in which Laura Corn is a best-selling author. One caveat about Ms. Corn's books is that they cannot be browsed for content prior to purchasing - an...
`101 Nights of Grrreat Sex' is one of the more visible contributions from the currently-erupting `hot sex' quasi-genre in which Laura Corn is a best-selling author. One caveat about Ms. Corn's books is that they cannot be browsed for content prior to purchasing - an insult to potential readers who'd like to have some idea of what they're getting themselves into before parting with a substantial amount of money for a paperback - $29.95 retail. Essentially, this is a collection of sealed pages consisting of mostly tired, highly regurgitated and often financially-burdensome, object-based tasks assigned one partner to provide for the other - once per week over a period of several months - with the stated intent of spicing up their love lives. Where communication is the focus, the partners are often objectified. My suspicion is that Ms. Corn presents her material in sealed page-format for good reason: while lacking formal credentials, she perhaps does possess enough insight to sense that if potential readers were afforded the opportunity to preview its content in full, they would instinctively sense its transparent, insubstantial nature and continue browsing the shelves for inherent quality. Ms. Corn does seem to possess some talent for using seductive and provocative language in the construction of her assignments -- perhaps the most redeeming aspect of the book. Of course, the insidious flaw with this approach is that once a `task' is completed, the anticipation factor - which is the active ingredient therein - is rendered impotent, and one finds it necessary to purchase the next instruction book in the series in order to continue having `grrreat' sex -- a prime example of the 'outside-in,' 'quick-fix' solution that is often, sadly, financially rewarding in a culture of instant gratification (and certainly a calculated intention on the part of the author). With her own publishing company in tow, and therefore no personal contractual restrictions, I can only imagine the glut of `grrreat' titles Ms. Corn has in the works as we speak, and with which her printing presses will be flooding the market in the coming years! Look for '101 More Nights of Grrreat Sex,' 'Yet Another 101 Nights of Grrreat Sex,' and 'Grrreat Sex: It's Really Grrrrrrreat (co-authored by Tony the Tiger)!' Which reminds me of the old Confucian adage: 'Give a man 101 fish and he will eat for 101 days. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime' (all apologies to the great philosopher). Like too many others, Ms. Corn has learned to cleverly profit where she cannot teach. For those serious about taking control of their sex lives as well as their overall self-worth, I suggest cutting through the marketing tomfoolery and misogynistic objectification of a quack author like Ms. Corn, and going directly to the source that these pop writers depend upon in attempting to bring credibility to their own inane work. Read the work of such universally-esteemed authors as Lonnie Barbach ('For Yourself,' 'For Each Other'), Ruth Westheimer ('The Art of Arousal'), David Burns ('Intimate Connections'), Susan Jeffers ('Dare To Connect'), Alice Ladas ('The G-Spot') and/or Masters and Johnson ('Human Sexuality') -- none of whom succumbed to the temptation of taking educational short-cuts for financial gain, but rather dedicated themselves to developing a genuine vocabulary in order to provide true insights into the complex workings of men & women, and the nature of how people relate to one another. Only from the 'self-as-source' approach can one establish profound and lasting personal fulfillment in their intimate relationships and lives.

posted by Anonymous on January 12, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2000

    EXCITING!!!

    This book takes a new and mysterious approach to sex and spices it up with hundreds of new scenarios and fantasy ideas. Plus each section is his eyes or her eyes only and is perferated and must be torn out.... exciting!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2000

    exciting book

    this is the best book, for any married couple.. it keep's the excitment their..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 1999

    COME AND GET YOUR LOVING!!!

    This is an excellent book for any couple that wants to spend some fun, quality, and very intimate time together. Some of the suggestions are a little off the wall...but that's what makes it fun. It got us to try things that we would have never done....and in the process brought us a lot closer!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 1999

    Spice up your life

    things getting a little run of the mill,try this book to spice up your life.You'll enjoy it I'm sure.

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