Posted by: check868 | May 26, 2008

Book Reviews

So, I’ve been catching up on my reading lately.  I just finished reading Fanny Hill, which is “The Happy Hooker” of 1750.  It was so boring after about 50 pages… when men wished to have sex in the 1700’s, apparently they threw womens’ petticoats over their heads and dove right in.  No oral sex, no manual sex, just a kiss and wham, he’s in.  However, I persevered, and at page 165, she is introduced to a man who likes whipping and being whipped!  In 1750!  The last eighty pages are fairly interesting.  Anyway, here’s a reading list of books worth reading that I’ve read in the last couple weeks, in order of my preferences:

1. The Happy Hooker: This book is awesome.  Totally revolutionized my views on sex.  Okay, I originally read this a couple months ago, but I keep re-reading it.

2. Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: This is the best of a half-dozen intro-to-BDSM books I’ve read recently.  It covers the mental and physical aspects of playing and has some great stories, to boot.

3. Fanny Hill: Read until you get bored, or just skip straight to page 165.  Maybe someone into romance novels would like it, I found it monotonous.  It’s a bit like The Happy Hooker.

On an unrelated note, being escort means eating very well!  In the last couple weeks, I’ve been to my favorite restaurant twice and some new nice ones, too.  All on someone else’s dime, of course.  Yum!

And I think the time is approaching to tell Tom about my other life.  Not sure how to put it, though… I really hope I don’t lose him.

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