6 edition of Erotic Tales Sure to Arouse The Senses found in the catalog.
February 13, 2007
by Outskirts Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
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From couples using dessert to add even more intimacy to their relationships to new passions fueled by a shared love of the pleasures of the tongue, Candy Lovers is sure to arouse you.
Edited by the award-winning Rachel Kramer Bussel, these are the perfect erotic tales to listen to whenever you're in the mood with your favorite candy nearby. Containing the most evocative pieces covering several eras of erotic fiction, Best of the Erotic Reader collects the most scintillating tales from the seven volumes of The Erotic Reader.
This comprehensive volume is sure to include delights for any taste and guaranteed to titillate, amuse, and arouse the interests of even the most veteran.
The resulting variety in the sources of erotic stimulation helps explain the tremendous sexual complexity of humans. Of the major senses, touch tends to predominate during sexual intimacy. However, all the senses have the potential to become involved; sights, smells, sounds, and tastes can all be important contributors to erotic arousal.
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Although the verb arouse basically means "to wake up," it is usually not accomplished with an alarm clock.
A patriotic song might arouse your love of country, and a new idea might arouse your imagination. Directed by Bob Rafelson, Ken Russell, Susan Seidelman. With Sharon Angela, Richard Barboza, Hetty Baynes, Charles Gerbel.
A series of erotic short films, all with similar unexpected endings/10(). Arouse the senses. 8m 55s Reversing into sentences: Part 1. 5m 15s Reversing into sentences: Part 2. 1m 28s Passive sentences.
4m Passive sentences: Exercises. 5m 43s Voice, tone, and character.