January 21, 2012

The Nice Girl's Guide to Talking Dirty Review *Adult*

The Nice Girl's Guide to Talking Dirty by Dr. Ruth Neustifter is supposed to be a basic guide to dirty talk without making you, or your partner, feel uncomfortable. There are tips for overcoming shyness, becoming more confident and simple scripts for you to try.

Honestly I was a little disappointed. This book was awkward to read, partially because of the language and partially because of the way it was written. A good portion of the book is written as conversation. This wouldn't have been too bad but most of the conversation was things that I could never see myself saying, even to E.

This book is good, and will help give you ideas if you want to spice up your love life but I do think the description can be deceiving. Please go check it out and get ready for a great giveaway during ABE.

13 comments :

  1. Something we all need to try... for our man's sake! LOL

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  2. sorry you didnt like this, i think this is the same dr ruth known as the sex dr who has a radio/tv show. i'm surprised it was poorly written

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  3. good to know it's hard to read cause I know my husband would love that I read this now I can say nope.
    tjranch at ymail dot com

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  4. This sounds like it would be interesting to read but I'm with you-I don't know how much of it I would say because it's hard for me to talk "like that".

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  5. DH and I already do pretty good in this department.

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  6. always nice to try something new.... maybe i can get the bf to read this 1 with me...

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  7. Good topic for a book, would be interested to see the advice...

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  8. What are examples of things you wouldn't say?

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  9. Vicki Vix (JR Pickett)January 28, 2012 at 12:30 AM

    Interesting. I guess I was a bit disappointed by your review, mostly because I was hoping you'd say it was great. The writer's fault, not yours to be sure. The topic was so intriguing as it always comes up, and it's always a bit awkward. I was hoping for some useful pointers as to how far I could go, what was acceptable and so on.
    fromfurrin at gmail dot com

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  10. I am shy about those kinds of things too.

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  11. I'm definately not shy in this area but my bf is. I am curious to read this book but honestly... not curious enough to buy it on my own

    Marlena Curley
    marlena.curley@live.com

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