Orgasmic springs from a delicious idea - a book of erotica that explores every possible type of orgasm. This highly original concept could only have come from the delightfully dirty (and brilliant) mind of Rachel Kramer Bussel. Oral sensations, digital delights, tricks with toys, and the old bump and grind are all featured, along with many more imaginative ways to bring a lover to climax.
By taking the reins, one woman finds pleasure on top; an experimental lover discovers ecstasy with a remote-controlled vibrator; body and soul merge in multiple orgasms through tantric sex. Orgasmic covers it all, from the familiar to the uncharted, opening up a Pandora's Box of scenarios and techniques to bring listeners to new heights of pleasure.
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Hi me o me
Over all a good book some of the nariating will make you want to shove cotton
In your ears but the stories them selves are pretty good but could be better
If it was more descriptive
I like it in audio edition
I would recommend to listen the book for anyone who are not shame of erotic desires and want to understand movies of our sexual drives.
It was inexpensive but not the best or worst I've listened to. Some interesting stories but some real lame ones also. Kind of what I expected from a compilation.
I would if they haven't read anything more explicit. Could be a let down if your into hard core erotica.
Easy on ears
No don't see why anyone would want more of this.
Fellow author and lover of the creative power of words to inspire imagination, dreams, whimsy, fantasy and even reflection. Most of all the
Honestly, don't think that would be possible
Where to start? Disallowing the fact that these stories are trite, mediocre at best attempts at erotic writing, the narrative alone is likely to act as a nice cold shower for even the most sexually-frustrated! Imagine erotica read by a 50+ year old virgin or worse, frigid b-tch hell-bent on making sure nobody in their realm of influence experiences a satisfying sex-life.
Amazed look of "really?" Who, if anyone, had creative responsibility over this project? They still have a job? Wow!
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