Description - Fifty Ways to Play by Debra MacLeod
Sex shouldn't be satisfying, it should be mindblowing. With this simple and accessible guide to BDSM (bondage, dominance, sadism and masochism) you can turn every night into an erotic fantasy. Sex should set you on fire, so that an unrecognisable shade of yourself comes alive in the smoulder. That's the Fifty Shades of Grey philosophy - and if you, like the millions of other readers around the world, are ready to free your inner goddess, unlock your sex life and discover new heights of pleasure, Fifty Ways to Play is the key you need. From turning your bedroom into a 'Red Room of Pleasure and Pain' to exploring the fine art of Japanese rope bondage, these 50 edgy and erotic adventures make incredible sex incredibly easy. This is BDSM - for nice people. Husband and wife team Debra and Don Macleod, whose previous books have been awarded 'Best in Bed' by Women's Health Magazine, show you how to perform the sexual acts that others have only read about - acts that will form incredible bonds between you and your partner, that will allow you to connect for the first time or reconnect as never before - and will blow your mind every time.
In short, Fifty Ways to Play will revolutionise your sex life.
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(197mm x 130mm x 12mm)
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Author Biography - Debra MacLeod
Debra and Don Macleod are the husband-and-wife authors of Lube Jobs: A Woman's Guide to Great Maintenance Sex, Lip Service: A His and Hers Guide to the Art of Oral Sex and Seduction, and The French Maid: And 21 More Naughty Sex Fantasies to Surprise and Arouse Your Man. Their books have been covered widely in newspapers including The New York Times and USA Today and have been awarded "Best in Bed" by Women's Health Magazine. In her various capacities as a marriage and divorce mediator and a couples' communication and conflict resolution specialist, Debra has helped thousands of couples resolve their problems and improve their relationships. For more information, visit her website www.debramacleod.com