Review of Dirty Talk: Speak Your Dirty Mind! Why Your Words Will Turn Your Partner On by Brian Hughes

“Don’t put any limitations on what you can be in the bedroom…”

 

Genre: Erotica, Self-Help

Length: 86 Pages

POV: N/A

Description:

Dirty talk is an art form and the secret weapon to seduction.

Harder. Keep going, don’t stop.

Yeah, you like that, baby?

As forced as it sounds when you read it, many of us love hearing dirty talk in the bedroom. We lose ourselves in the heat of passion and take on a persona that turns us on in the most naughty, unconventional ways. Dirty talk gives us permission to surrender to our deepest, darkest, wildest fantasies. It is supposed to be naughty, erotic, and most of all fun.

This book is packed with over 550 samples on how to talk dirty to guide you through an incredible journey of lust and desire.

It will help you to understand the role dirty talk can play in your relationship and how shared fantasies become the glue of any relationship. Dirty talk is more than talking like a porn star. It’s about understanding what makes you tick. It’s about understanding what get’s your partner riled up and creating intimacy.

The brain is considered a more powerful sexual organ than even male and female genitalia because it’s where sex drive stems from. The right amount of dirty talk will excite the mind. There is no getting around. With over 550 dirty talk examples for every kind of kink, this guide is dedicated to helping you reach new levels of orgasmic bliss. So let yourself be inspired!

In detail, this book allows you to…

  • Introduce you and your partner to dirty talk
  • Identify the best sources for your sexy vocabulary
  • Explore your partner‘s interests and boundaries
  • Get inspired by 550 dirty talk examples – from subtle to hardcore dirty talk
  • Integrate dirty talk into different roleplay scenarios
  • Be intimate with your partner at any distance through the art of sexting

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from the author.*

Let me start this review by saying this is more directed toward single people or people not in a serious relationship, at least that was the impression we received as my partner and I read through the pages together.

It talks about how to initiate discussions with your partner and let me just say that reading it with them is one hell of a way. I’d suggest it for anyone who could get away with it.

As for the book itself…for me personally there were a few scenarios and quotes that I could see fitting my life, but for the most part it covered more things I would never want to say or do. Like I said previously it would be better suited for single people or non-serious relationships. This is kind of like a guidebook for people coming into their sexuality and how to discover what they like and how to share those likes with their partners.

My favorite quotes are:

“The eyes and face are not always good indicators, because someone who is interested but shy may look at the ground or look away, and someone who is repelled may look at you in surprise or shock. The body and feet are easier to interpret; someone who is pulled to you will point toward you, and someone who is repelled will point away.” – Can’t say I knew this, but I’ll never forget it.

And the one that made me laugh…

“And perhaps the best and fasted way to communicate those desires to your partner is to say something. So spit out the ball gag — don’t worry, you can put it back in later — and use your tongue for something other than massaging those nerve endings.”

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

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