Orgasmic springs from a delicious idea ó a book of erotica that explores every possible type of orgasm. This highly original concept could only have come from the delightfully dirty (and brilliant) mind of Rachel Kramer Bussel. Oral sensations, digital delights, tricks with toys, and the old bump and grind are all featured, along with many more imaginative ways to bring a lover to climax. By taking the reins, one woman finds pleasure on top; an experimental lover discovers ecstasy with a remote-controlled vibrator; body and soul merge in multiple orgasms through tantric sex. Orgasmic covers it all, from the familiar to the uncharted, opening up a Pandoraís Box of scenarios and techniques to bring readers to new heights of pleasure.
"Itís Orgasmic indeed. Some of these stories sent me straight to the moon, and then I drifted back down to earth only to take off again on the next page. After I finished this book it occurred to me that Iíve never read anything that focuses so wholly on female satisfaction. I think men tend to steal the limelight since they express arousal and orgasm in such a visual fashion. Women know how to hide it and fake it like pros, and sometimes that works against us, because our bodies are not simple to decipher, and oh! the frustration when we desperately want someone to break our code and read us like a book. That happens in Orgasmic, and itís a glorious experience." óDirty Sexy Books
"As usual, Rachel Kramer Bussel chose stories for Orgasmic that shock, disturb, and make you think, all while inevitably arousing you." --Kerry Cohen, author of Loose Girl
|Rachel Kramer Bussel is a writer, editor, blogger, and event organizer. Sheís edited over 60 anthologies, including Fast Girls, Orgasmic, Come Again: Sex Toy Erotica, Gotta Have It, Begging for It, Tasting Him, Tasting Her, Please, Sir, and Please, Maíam, and is the editor for the 'Best Womenís Erotica of the Year' series. She writes widely about sex, dating, books, and pop culture and has contributed to the New York Times, the Washington Post, Elle.com, Glamour, Marie Claire, Salon, and the Village Voice, among others. Rachel teaches and consults about erotica at EroticaWriting101.com.|
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