The Mouth of the Orchid : How Fantasy Improved My Sex Life, Bundle #3
Is this book right for you? These erotic fantasies in everyday settings are my get-away and my escape. Like March crocuses after the cold barren winter, fantasies since my divorce have helped my love life bloom. I share these spiritually erotic escapes with you in the hopes that your own love life might get a boost. It's sort of like a Public Service Message. When I started sharing these fantasies with whichever lover I was with at the time, my sex life improved immensely. Sharing is caring! I never laughed so much, or felt the orgasms so hard, as when I started allowing myself to have fantasies. And then again when I started sharing them with my lover. Taught to play by a few imaginative lovers, mostly older, my imagination started exploring fringe themes after the divorce, when my world was opening up in many ways. Domination and submission, sex with strangers, writing stories from my lover's POV, getting intimate with mechanical devices, and a hundred other themes. If you opened this book looking for contrived plots with well-hung, muscle-bound cowboys or firemen, or Botox-injected, breast-enhanced blonds, just skip to the next author. If you came for intense, sensory-rich, erotic vignettes in everyday settings, to carry your imagination away for an hour or two of rejuvenating escape, welcome home! Lean back and withdraw to your pleasure place. Maybe even share these stories with your lover and see where they take both of you. This is today's women's erotica that celebrates our freedom to be sexual creatures giving and receiving pleasure without reducing ourselves to objects.
- Paperback | 116 pages
- 140 x 216 x 7mm | 154g
- 08 Aug 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Willi Kaye
Willi Kaye is a published author with several works in more traditional genres. She lives in New England, not far from the ocean, which is a great inspiration for her fantasies. Fantasizing brings growth to a relationship, and today's women's erotica needs to celebrate our freedom to be sexual creatures giving and receiving pleasure without reducing ourselves to objects.