How To Be Bad: 101 Naughty Suggestions [NOOK Book]

Overview

"How to be Bad" includes 101 sexy scenes, from the romantic to the bizarre, from the inventive to the downright kinky. Aishling Morgan suggests a broad range of delicious indulgences, picked up from personal experience and presented as a lighthearted, easy to follow guide. Whatever your tastes, you're sure to find some inspiration here! Each suggestion comes with an easy user guide featuring romance, heat, kink and tech ratings.

Includes 34 full-colour explicit photographs. ...

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How To Be Bad: 101 Naughty Suggestions

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Overview

"How to be Bad" includes 101 sexy scenes, from the romantic to the bizarre, from the inventive to the downright kinky. Aishling Morgan suggests a broad range of delicious indulgences, picked up from personal experience and presented as a lighthearted, easy to follow guide. Whatever your tastes, you're sure to find some inspiration here! Each suggestion comes with an easy user guide featuring romance, heat, kink and tech ratings.

Includes 34 full-colour explicit photographs. Warning - sexually explicit content.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781908766731
  • Publisher: Xcite Books
  • Publication date: 3/22/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 140
  • Sales rank: 434,613
  • File size: 10 MB

Meet the Author

Aishling Morgan is the pen name of a North London-based author and wine importer. In a 20-year career he’s written for Punch magazine and Virgin’s Crime and Passion team. He’s had 79 titles published by Nexus and has sold more than half-a-million copies worldwide.

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This is mainly a thrill for the boys, but why not? Everybody seems to focus on female pleasure these days, so let’s give the poor things a break. It’s also deliciously rude, and that has to be good, and it’s safe, so next time you’re with a horny guy and you want to play but can’t take precautions, pull up your top, squeeze ‘em together and offer him a slide. The more you have to squeeze together the better, but he’s going to appreciate a helping hand in any case, so grab hold. Rub him between your breasts and over your nipples. Let him feel your shape and the texture of your flesh, and let him see, because for boys that makes all the difference. He’ll soon be hard, or he certainly ought to be, but it can be quite tricky to take him all the way. Maybe he’s sensitive and has plenty of stamina, in which case just kneel down, fold them around his erection and let him get on with it. You’ll soon have a pearl necklace. Otherwise it might be better to lie down and let him mount up on your chest, but that way you’re likely to get a serious humping, so if you prefer to stay in control have him lie down and climb on top, rubbing and jiggling your breasts against him. You’ll probably have to finish him off by hand, or let him, but the odds are he’ll be fine with that. Lubricant can help too, and add to the show if you’re able to rub body oil in while he watches before you get down to business. If he’s a big, strong boy, remember to close your eyes at the last moment. 

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