Please note that if you purchase something by clicking on a link within this story, we may receive a small commission of the sale. Now he knew what she liked, the moves that made her moan and gasp and sink her fingers into her shoulders. He sat up and smiled down at her, his eyes on her bright red panties. She mentally thanked Maddie for ordering her to wear a matching bra and panty set. Then all thought s of Maddie and anyone else left her mind. He moved like a flash down her body, pulling those panties off as he went and throwing them across the room.
Read an Intense Sex Scene From the New Jennifer Weiner Book "Who Do You Love"
As someone who is in a long-term relationship, I'm always looking for new ways to spice up my sex life with my partner. Over the years, we've tried it all—role playing, dirty talk, new positions, you name it — but my new favorite turn on is reading sex scenes from books. When I was younger, I tried watching erotic movies with a college boyfriend, but the acting was so bad and the quality of the movie was so low, I found myself laughing out loud and critiquing the film instead of being the aroused. Watching it with my then partner made me feel awkward and strangely detached, and I knew there had to be a better way to indulge in sexual fantasies. Like most issues in my life, I found the answer to this predicament in a book — an erotic book , to be exact.
Jennifer Weiner is the author of nine best-selling books. They dated in college. They walked in silence through the parking lot.
Before Fifty Shades of Grey hit the shelves, there were plenty of books that featured raw and intense portrayals of sex. I think many people often scoff at the idea that the human experience, intimacy included, can be effectively and beautifully portrayed on paper, but they are certainly missing out. Since sex is so openly portrayed on screen e. Nevertheless, sex can, and has, been explored and portrayed endlessly by writers whose own objective views promise unique perspectives.