A succulent, sexy assortment of erotic poems known to make both men and women blush, written by the seductress, Clarissa O. Clemens, who loves to share her passion for the sensual world through her sexy poems.
From the moment you begin to listen to this book you can feel the sensuality, sexiness, and erotic nature of the author just oozing from each poem. As you listen to Clarissa read to you, you will hear her words dripping with sensuality from her tongue, leaving both you and anyone listening breathless and swollen with desire.
Squirming, caressing, disrobing, pulsating, throbbing, blushing, and total loss of all inhibitions are all common side effects as you work your way through the different nuggets of poetry. This is a clothing-optional activity. Truly a remarkable first release from this newly published erotic poetess, Clarissa O. Clemens.
Would you consider the audio edition of The Poetic Art of Seduction to be better than the print version?
Delicious, intimate and sexy, Clarissa lets us peek into her secret steamy world. Her brave imagery drips with sexual tension as she speaks directly to a visceral lust. The icing on this fun cake is to be able hear the joy and pleasure in Clarissa's voice as she reads. She brings you into her moment and makes it yours.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
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What disappointed you about The Poetic Art of Seduction?
Not as advertised.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Anything other than a book written and/or narrated by Clarissa O. Clemens.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
This narration is incredibly awful. The narrator sounds akin to fingernails scraping on a chalkboard. The only thing this may seduce is a cat.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
Remove this author from the library.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
I rarely write reviews but hopefully this will spare someone the experience I had. I've no idea what the author was thinking. This is the very antithesis of seduction because every syllable is so overcooked it's almost comical, except it's not funny...or clever. If you can sit through more than a minute of this I'll be seriously impressed.
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