How I Became A Swinger (Erotica / How to Convice Her to Swing / Couple Play / Fantasies) [NOOK Book]

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This book is a simple guide that will show you what my husband did to get me to a point that I felt comfortable not only exploring my sexual desires and fantasies, but would allow me to embrace the lifestyle.

While this lifestyle is not necessarily suited for everyone, being a swinger can have a number of wonderful benefits. Swinging can open up your mind and allow you to ...
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How I Became A Swinger (Erotica / How to Convice Her to Swing / Couple Play / Fantasies)

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Overview

This book is a simple guide that will show you what my husband did to get me to a point that I felt comfortable not only exploring my sexual desires and fantasies, but would allow me to embrace the lifestyle.

While this lifestyle is not necessarily suited for everyone, being a swinger can have a number of wonderful benefits. Swinging can open up your mind and allow you to experience things that otherwise would be taboo within the security and comfort of your relationship.

This book also will give you some insight into how most women generally think. Armed with that information, you should be able to achieve an intimate level with your partner that is certainly more rewarding.

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Warning: 18+ ONLY This title contains erotic situations, graphic language, a story of a real foursome that took place in my home!.

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EXCERPT:


Let’s say you have an interest in being with another woman, seeing your wife with another woman, having sex in front of other people who are also having sex, or tying your wife to a pole and forcing yourself on her. Where in the world are going you going to do all this? Better question how are you going to convince her to partake in this?

I believe that everybody has fantasies and desires, and most of the time those fantasies include other people. However, mentioning that to your partner can create a “rift” if that fantasy is not properly revealed.

The first thing that went through my mind when my husband mentioned having another person join us is that I was not enough for him. I felt as if I had failed in giving him everything he needed in the bedroom. Was I not satisfying him? Why would he need more? How could he think of having another person?

For me, it was pretty simple. We began to share our feelings and desires. He asked a lot of questions, and he expressed a need to know. I mentioned before that he wanted to please me. See me pleasured. However, I still had some reservations. Even though I liked to stimulate myself with a small vibrator while we had sex, I couldn’t understand his desire to fantasize about multiple people in our sex life. Then it hit me. He wanted to explore his sexuality as much as I wanted to explore my own.

So we began the fantasies. First, it was two women. Typical, right? Well, my husband quickly realized that it seemed a little one sided. If he could have two women, why couldn’t I have two men? I was very impressed with his willingness to explore the thought.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781458078636
  • Publisher: Sea Island Press
  • Publication date: 2/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 447,428
  • File size: 162 KB

Meet the Author

Chris and I have been writing erotica for several years, and recently have enjoyed bringing you the stories that rattle around in my head.
We love spending time in our lowcountry home just outside of Charleston. We now have seventeen dogs, two empty bedrooms, and a healthy desire for sex and all it has to offer. While we spent many years talking about swinging, it really wasn’t until our kids left the house that we actually took the step and jumped in!
We spend our mornings sipping coffee in our hot tub, and our afternoons lying out by the pool. I also spend an inordinate amount of time on facebook, as I love to interact with readers. Need to work on my blog, as I really should be doing something there daily. I just get so distracted watching Chris work around the house.
Hope you enjoy these stories, and if you like, check out our other books!
Laura ~
http://laurabcooper.blogspot.com
http://www.laurabcooper.com

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2012

    The best way to describe this book is "mediocre". This

    The best way to describe this book is "mediocre". This is not meant in a bad way, as the definition of mediocre is "adequate or acceptable, but not very good; average or less than average quality." While I've enjoyed several of the author's books, this one was mediocre. Specifically, because the book seems to focus on what worked for her, and there was very little that dealt with how to actually convince a spouse to be open to try swinging.

    Many of the recommendations ("lessen her daily burdens", "be kind", "make her feel special" ) were about how to conduct yourself & create the right environment in a relationship to be what the author considers "the perfect man." While most of them were good common sense recommendations that many couples, especially males, could benefit from, many recommendations were things men & women should do for eachother regardless. The author writes in a fashion that makes it seems like everyone's expectations in relationships are similar, and disregards the fact that different situations and arrangements may require a different approach. Among these differences, is the fact that all women don't like the same type of man (personality), and the author's recommendations are simply for a man to become what she considers the "perfect man," and assumes others will as well.

    Take this material out, and the book is low on substance and falls short of the stated value proposition as a "guide to help you convince her." Some of her books/stories actually tackle this specific part better than this book tried to. The actual conversation(s) should have received more focus in this book, as this is just as important as having the right environment for receptivity.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2011

    A fun plan

    I would to show this to plan to my wife to swing, i think she would like it, i will show it to her. Great book, great information, now i hope it works, i would like to swing.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2013

    What a waste of time and money.

    Guys if you dont know this stuff already you have some issues. I found the book to be so basic that only a fifteen year old boy would get anything from it.

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    Posted April 3, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2011

    Great Information

    Not sure all of it is relevant to me, but it did give me great insight into some of the things that I could do to make this opportunity a real possibility

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