Saturday, March 26, 2011

♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥: Dare... to Have Sex Everywhere but in Bed! by Marc Dannam

Dare... to Have Sex Everywhere but in Bed!
Marc Dannam

Page Count: 128
Release Date: 22 September, 2009
Publisher: Hunter House
Source: Complimentary copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest and unbiased review (thank you!)


Sex for les aventureux and the timorous.
Sex in bed is so-o-o-o everyday, everyone... But sex everywhere, anywhere—that's a whole new world of fun. The possibility of being discovered, the thrill of breaking the rules, the freedom of doing it in nature—all can bring you and your partner to new heights of passion (and adrenaline). On the beach or in an elevator, in your car or on a swing or seesaw, in the forest or on your balcony... this book inventories the possibilities, warns you of the risks, and gives you the practical advice you need to make it happen. So go forth and multiply, or prosper, or whatever you get inspired to do!

What Stephanie Thought: About the size of my outstretched hand, Dare... to Have Sex Everywhere but in Bed is a cute, pocket-sized sex guide perfect for couples who want to spice things up within their intimacy. Who wants boring old bedrooms when you can have nightclubs, ski resorts, parked cars, or movie theaters? Almost every public (and private!) place you can imagine that is NOT a bed is mentioned. Marc Dannam, who originally wrote this guide in French, is a sex expert who offers "saucy advice". I mean, the Europeans do do it better, don't they? ;)

I loved how organized and step-by-step this book is. Though positions are not explained in thorough detail (you and your partner should be able to figure that part out yourselves), relevant erotic writing excerpts, concerns, potential risks, recommended adult movies, difficulties, pleasures, preparations, costs, and inconveniences are all elaborated upon to ensure the safest, most legal of experiences for a reader who decides to try one of the book's suggestions.

There are more books in the Dare... series and thanks to Dannam's wit, descriptive advice, and convenient, easy-t0-read book, I definitely will be looking out for the next one.

Stephanie Loves: "A vacation at the beach cries out for adventurous sexuality: the warm weather, the sultry smell of coconut oil and sweat, all that young skin in the sun. While many beachgoers only think about practical aspects of being in the heat, maybe you can let your imagination wander freely and create opportunities for fun in the sand." — from "At the Seaside". Doesn't it make you want summer?

Radical Rating: 9 hearts: Loved it! This book has a spot on my favorites shelf. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥