Except for those immediately present, the quickie has a less than stellar reputation. Like other things done in haste, it draws criticism for reflexive repetition. How can one redeem this time-honored practice and recapture its original freshness? Perhaps the best way is to draw on Kate Stevens' libidinous library of quickie variations, a resource so rich that it might even inspire your own improvisations. A paperback original.
The Joy of the Quickie: More Than 150 Ways to Do It Now!by Kate Stevens
Forget the old standbys you've been frequenting since you first started getting frisky. This book puts you on top of your game with 150 unique, adrenaline-pumping locations/i>
When you hear the word "quickies," do you think of squeezing into the backseat or sharing a shower? If so, you've got a lot to learn--and this isn't the sex ed you learned in school.
Forget the old standbys you've been frequenting since you first started getting frisky. This book puts you on top of your game with 150 unique, adrenaline-pumping locations guaranteed to please. From getting it on at the grocery store to knocking boots on a Ferris wheel, this irresistible sex guide will tell you not only where to seal the deal, but also how to do it without getting caught.
The Joy of the Quickie: Why wait until later when you can do it now?
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Meet the Author
Kate Stevens is a professional writer and editor who believes in making love, not excuses. Of all the places she has had sex, her favorite is a rest stop in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in broad summer daylight. She was in the driver's seat, her back to the windshield.
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I just downloaded the sample and it was horrific. Poor design, poor information and visually unappealing. Don't waste your time!