Thursday, 7 June 2007

Dirty Talk: Speak the Language of Lust by Lynne Stanton. Illustrations by Stan Chow

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketPublished by Chronicle Books
Distributed in Canada by Raincoast Books

Lynne Stanton gives us a cute little book that is a breeze to read. This book oozes sensuality, even the smooth velvet style cover screams out with it and while it jumped out at me as making a great valentines gift, it would be a fabulous addition to any bedroom, any time.

The book has an introduction, 3 sections: Finding Your Voice, Sharing the Love, and Ramp It Up and a closing. The introduction shows the reader that when it comes to learning new languages, the language of lust is one that will add extra fuel to the love life. It teaches the reader that it's not something to be ashamed of but rather, should be practiced and used lots!

In the first section, we are given some examples of things we could say and tips on finding yet more inspiration. For the book lovers, some erotic titles or perhaps if you are a movie buff, the movie list would be more to your taste. In this section we also learn about the fun of sexy phone calls.

Section 2 takes it to the next level. Now that the reader is a little more at ease with the language of lust, we bring in the partner and talk about sharing ideas, fantasies, thoughts and more. Little hints for adding spice are given. Notes in brief cases, lipstick messages on mirrors, a subtle whisper before a public gathering and many more ideas that will set your creative juices flowing.

Section 3 takes it still further and shows how to add a new twist to your love life. From dressing up and role playing, to taking it outside the bedroom, the options are limitless. I especially liked that learning to speak more openly will get you more of what you in the bedroom too. The book is illustrated throughout with fun and flirty images which add to fuelling the reader's imagination.

I had a lot of fun with this one!

Stan Chow's website: http://www.chinkyafro.com/

1 comment:

Dan said...

Thanks for the review Charlene!