Jeremy Edwards has, in two novels and countless shorter pieces, managed to earn himself a spot as a master of erotocomedic fiction. The light, carefree but deeply affectionate way in which his characters interact with each other has become his trademark, and I'm hooked on it.
See, here's the thing: Jeremy can write sex. Delectable, naughty, and unbelievably arousing sex. He does it often. The Pleasure Dial is full of it. Despite how lust-inspiring his sex scenes are, though, I found myself rushing through (but never skipping, heavens no!) the sex scenes to find out what wacky, hilarious, delightful thing his characters were going to do next.
He writes clever,… Read more
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This is the written-for-women companion book to Clit-ology: Master Every Move from A to G-Spot to Give Her Ultimate Pleasure
This book is written with a target audience of heterosexual women. While I think there's definitely something in there for men (gay or straight) to learn about their own junk, be aware if you choose to pick it up that it is written entirely from the perspective of cis-man-woman sexuality. (Sexual position diagrams are all one man, one woman, for example.)
Despite being fully on the e-book bandwagon, I strongly suggest that if you pick up this book, you get… Read more