1001 Nights of Passion and Pleasure
By Eleanor McKenzie, Linda Sonntag
Spice up your sex life and inject some variety into your lovemaking with this unique mix-and-match guide. Divided pages, with foreplay on top and sexual positions on the bottom, allow you to draw on thousands of exciting combinations. Choose pages at random or take turns with your partner to discover what really ignites your passions. Unleash your wild side, be creative and make every night different with a host of saucy seductions, erotic massage, appetising aphrodisiacs, naughty games, the sexiest positions and sensuous afterplay.
The Joy of Sex
By Alex Comfort, Susan Quilliam
Now celebrating its 40th anniversary, The joy of Sex is a celebration of lovemaking - and the original illustrated sex manual. It's still the best, having helped millions of people to enjoy a great sex life since 1972. This special anniversary taster gives you a flavour of the latest edition of The Joy of Sex.
Kama Sutra Woman
By Eleanor McKenzie
The Kama Sutra was originally compiled by a man over 2000 years ago and was intended for men to read. But, just imagine if a woman had written it! This unique book is the first to revisit the Kama Sutra from a modern woman's perspective, providing all the knowledge and techniques she needs for the best sex ever! Learn how to maximize sexual enjoyment with specially tailored positions and teach your lover what to do and how to do it. This is an essential guide that no woman should be without!
Kama Sutra Pleasures
By Eleanor McKenzie
Enhance your love life with a new position for every week of the year; 52 sensual positions show you how to add new physical, emotional and spiritual dimensions to your sex life; Learn how to arouse and satisfy all the senses and totally indulge yourself in erotic pleasure; Inspired by ancient texts, gain the benefits of years of Eastern sexual practice; Includes positions to satisfy every kind of mood and desire
The Sex Book
By Suzi Godson
"The Sex Book" explores the subject of sex, health and sexuality in a straightforward, uninhibited, accessible and adventurous way. Designed as a guide, the book explains everything you want to know about conventional and unconventional sexual behaviour in gender neutral, straightforward language with bold visuals. A wealth of information is balanced with practical advice and personal experience. The book presumes little and the tone is witty and direct. It avoids the usual stigma attached to sex manuals by having a detached editorial approach that packs gritty sex between beautiful contemporary graphics. Ranging from G-spots to sex diets, "The Sex Book" speaks plainly and openly about a subject at the emotional and spiritual hub of everyone's life. At long last - a contemporary guide to sex; for absolutely everyone, whatever their orientation.
By Suzi Godson
Studies show that couples who continue to have sex are happier. Suzi believes the quality of our sex lives is really important, because it affects every part of people's lives. So, the better your relationship, the happier you're going to be - and sometimes our sex lives are the trickiest part to get right. In this collection of over 100 Question & Answers from Suzi's Sex Counsel columns, she tries to make us all feel as good about our relationships as we can. The Q&As range from the everyday to the incredible - so you're going to learn a lot about the world of relationships, and you're going to feel a lot more fantastic - and confident - about your own. Informative and entertaining, Suzi has a proven wit that is a hit with readers and critics alike. She is a straight-talking, sex-advocating sensation.
The Sex Diaries
By Bettina Arndt
From the time I started working as a sex therapist back in the early 1970s, people have been talking to me about their sex lives. What I hear about most is the business of negotiating the sex supply. How do couples deal with the strain of the man wishing and hoping while all she longs for is the bliss of uninterrupted sleep?' In "The Sex Diaries" leading sex therapist Bettina Arndt uncovers the night-time drama being played out in bedrooms everywhere - the creeping hand and feigning of sleep, the staying up late in the hope that he will doze off. It is one of the great inconvenient truths of relationships that after the first blissful years together, most men want more sex than their female partners. Bettina Arndt recruited 98 couples to keep diaries, revealing their intimate negotiations over sex. Who feels like having sex? Who doesn't? And how do couples cope if one person wants it more than the other? She draws on her 35 years as a sex therapist and psychologist to provide an insightful analysis, and with her characteristic humour proposes a new approach to how couples can enjoy regular sex - and sustain loving relationships.