Answering a bizarre newspaper ad at a research clinic, Janine Taylor’s life is turned topsy-turvy when she agrees to be a test subject for a study on extending the length of orgasms for women. Caught in a debauched world of sexual nirvana, Janine soon becomes their star pupil. Can she go back to her old life? Given the choice would she even want to?!
Warning: Two Minute Orgasm is a sometimes zany sexual farce that some may find offensive.
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The story is pure erotica. It starts off great. And then, near the end, it gets too unbelievable for me. But the author, rightly, fixes it before the story ends and does so very wisely and in a manner that redeems the more questionable or unbelievable aspects. The story has a little bit for everybody--anal, group/gang-bang, lesbian, cunnilingus, straight. But don't buy it if you don't like it pretty darn raw. It's a fast, good, erotic read with a story worth listening to if that's what you're into. There's only one thing that detracts from the story. And, for me, it's a biggie. But I'm sure it's not for others. The author--like too many authors--fails to treat a character who is a person of color like she treats characters that are not persons of color. She does this by indicating the race of a black cook when she doesn't indicate the race or ethnicity of anyone else in the story. This is too often done and indicates authors' normalizing one race while treating another race as "other." It shoes a lack of cultural competency at the least and a degree of racism that we're all so easily socialized to at the most. And to add fuel to the flame, the author makes a questionable "joke" by having the black character poke fun at her shade of skin when talking to her white bosses and their guest. Do better!
Let's just say I'm glad other people think the way I do and have the guts to write it down!
The beginning, the middle, and the end.
Every scene with the dotors.
When she made it over a minute.
This story brought back my days in the 60's. Sex,freedom,sex,drugs,sex,rock and roll,sex, the Beatles, sex, the pill, and sex without condoms. Those were the days.............my friends.
Well, it wasn't horrible. But the premise is not at all realistic and while the sex scenes are graphic they are not imaginative. I kept thinking that it felt like it was written by a highschooler, someone with not a lot of world experience. It was kind of jarring as it didn't seem to identify an audience. I think it would be best for a reader who is bisexual.
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