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Click here to see on Amazon Title:

Ice Cream = Sex: What your flavor says about your fantasy, and how to make it happen

Length: ................... 112 pages
Amazon URL: ......... Amazon Paperback + Kindle Version + Audio Version
Book Website: ........ www.icecreamequalssex.com

Publication date: .... April 29, 2020
Description:
Imagine two scoops of laugh-out-loud comedy mixed with one scoop of delicious sexiness and drizzled with thoughtfulness in a coffee table book choc-chip full of beautiful, glossy color photography. Relatively few people are good at expressing their secret sexual fantasies, but *nobody* has trouble talking about ice cream! Just like great sex, the book has wonderful attention to detail, with color-coded pages, playful sections on tantric sex and BDSM, and a practical section at the end about having a safe sex conversation. This probably isn't what you'd expect from a book that claims to know your sexual desires based on what ice cream you like. Superficially, 'Ice Cream = Sex' is a comedy, with wildly suggestive comparisons between your choice of toppings and what you might enjoy in the bedroom. It's the perfect gift for a friend to make them blush, or to whip out at a dinner party to make everyone laugh. With its sensual photography of mouth-watering ice cream and tantalizing people, it will leave you hungry for the next page. At its caramel core, however, any intelligent reader will quickly understand that Dr. Noske is using the playful topic of ice cream as a conversation starter for singles and couples to talk about a topic that many of you are terrible at talking about. Sex. Whatever attracts you to this book, one thing is certain. You'll walk away with a new knowledge of flavors of sex, gelato, froyo, and ice cream you've probably never heard of... and you'll probably be hungry to try something new. So ask yourself now. What is your favorite flavor... and what do you think it means about your secret desires?


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Click here to see on Amazon Title:

Ice Cream = Sex: What your flavor says about your fantasy, and how to make it happen

Length: ................... 112 pages
Amazon URL: ......... Amazon Paperback
Book Website: ........ none

Publication date: .... April 29, 2020
Description:
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