- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 968 KB
- Print Length: 224 pages
- Publisher: House of Erotica; 5.0 edition (31 Mar. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007K9Y3LQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 50 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #366,332 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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How to Talk Dirty - A Hands on Guide to Phone Sex 5.0 , Kindle Edition
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What you get instead is a series of accounts which never even hint at anything stimulating or provocative. It's almost a casebook list of clients with the authors generally snide remarks about them thrown in. Now before you start thinking 'well maybe she specialises in being a sneering dominatrix, so that might be interesting', no, she doesn't appear to specialise in anything very much other than keeping clients on the line and bigging herself up in her role. You have to wonder if she's retained any clients after revealing her opinion of them here. Clearly she has encountered some unsavory characters, as you might expect, but whilst on the one hand she will decry most men for being untrustworthy perverts she will in the next sentence state that she can match them word for word and there is no one more perverted than she is herself. It's a very mixed message that leaves the reader with not so much admiration, as a lot of distaste for the hypocrisy the author displays. The book is peppered with examples of her callers and whilst she certainly pulls no punches in her choice of words or scenarios, the whole book is more an example of self congratulation (you'll find her boasting on nearly every page). There is certainly no imagination at play in how to write a book that is either a seriously revealing expose, an amusing story or an erotic compendium.
A book like this isn't in any respect a help to any woman hoping to pick up tips on how to 'talk dirty' to your man - by a woman who might be expected to know, nor is it much of a guide to anyone with aspirations to be involved in phone sex. Some editorial focus was needed to guide the author in one direction. As it stands this book reads like an undefined first draft, it's little more than an ill thought out and long winded rambling love letter to self, and one that needed more than a spell checker to make it readable.
I wouldn't say this book exactly 'teaches' you how to talk dirty, it simply goes into pretty graphic detail about what kind of things guys want to talk about, and the kind of thing Jenny says in response. I think it's down to each person really, so in "real-life" guys will more than likely want to talk about different things than they would with a stranger they're never going to meet! But the whole book is very honest, and as I said, a complete eye-opener. I wouldn't say I was shocked (I wouldn't be very good at my writing if I was easily shocked!) by anything that was revealed, but perhaps a little surprised at some of the things the guys wanted to talk about. But Jenny provides a service, which she's proud of, so I say she deserves a big 'well-done' for doing what she does and being so honest about it.
This book is a good laugh, but I wouldn't recommend for easily disgusted women... you may find yourself put off men for life.
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