1. Ann Summers The Little Book of Kama Sutra

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      Welcome to Ann Summers fun and fresh version of the world's oldest sex guide! The Kama Sutra is the original sex manual, and this sexy update will tell you all the secrets you'll ever need to have the best time in bed (and out of it!). Great pics, too.

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      1. Ann Summers The Little Book of Kama Sutra

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    1. Product Description

      Welcome to Ann Summers fun and fresh version of the world's oldest sex guide! The Kama Sutra is the original sex manual, and this sexy update will tell you all the secrets you'll ever need to have the best time in bed (and out of it!). Great colour pics!

      Features tips on:

      Making sex last longer and prolonging the pleasure.

      Using foreplay and sex toys in your lovemaking.

      New and exciting sexual positions for you and your partner.

      And with sizzling colour photographs to inspire you, the Ann Summers Little Book of Kama Sutra will take your sex life to a new dimension - you'll be seeing stars!

    1. Essential info

      • Author: Siobhan Kelly
      • Format: Hardback
      • Publisher: Ann Summers

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    Ann Summers The Little Book of Kama Sutra 3 out of 10 3 out of 10 (3 reviews) Write your own review

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    1. A good book for beginners

      Reviewed: June 5, 2015 by sexytime87

      I had bought this book quite a few years ago now, when I first got introduced to wearing outfits and sex toys and thought it would be a good way of trying different things in the bedroom. I had a little read all the way through and thought that some of the positions looked good. It then got tucked away with all of my other books, and I hadn’t seen it until I was packing up my room to move.

      When I unpacked I thought I would get it out again and look through. Now more experienced, there isn’t really many positions I haven’t tried, but I thought it would be a good way for me and my partner to look at and see if anything jumped out at us.

      The first chapter is the book is quite boring and just talks about where kama sutra came from. It also says where his and her sex zones are. It tells you how to pleasure yourselves and where the sensitive areas are on your body. It gives a little description on sex toys, but not too much on that area in this book. It also tells you how to breath, how to meditate, how to kiss how to touch. There were some interesting bits on the oral sex parts of the book, but by now me and my partner know what we like.

      Onto the next chapter of the book - the kama sutra positions. Now this is where it does get a little disappointing, because most of the positions in here are the ones that me and my other half use most of the time in our sessions. At the beginning of the positions, there is a little contents page, and there are green, amber and red positions. The green ones are slow and sensual, the amber is deep and dirty, and red is acrobatic erotica. On the side of each page there is a coloured page number so you know which position is easy, medium or hard. There is a picture of the position and a description of how to get into that position. There are little extras on how the positions work and what they are good for. Also there are 21st century twists to every position.

      I would recommend this to anyone who wants to know more on the basics of sex and positions, so they know what they are doing and have more information on how to do things. This isn’t really for anyone who is experienced in sex as there are only 6 red positions and most of them we have tried anyway.

    2. Overall Rating:
      3 out of 10
      Pros
      The 21st century twists are interesting.
      Cons
      It was basic and quite boring.
      Bottom line
      A good book for beginners.
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    1. The little book of disappointment

      Reviewed: August 20, 2014 by loriibabii, a Bisexual Engaged Female

      I bought this book for me and my partner as we were getting bored of the positions that we kept repeating and wanted to spice the positions up a bit.

      Being a flexible big girl, there weren't hardly any positions that I couldn't get myself in and out of. As soon as this book arrived I couldn't go through it quick enough.

      As I sat there studying it, I couldn't help but notice the positions that are in the book were the ones we had kept repeating. Out of the whole book I think there was only 1 or 2 that we hadn't done (mainly standing up ones), so I was left a bit disappointed about this and ended up going on the web to try and find different positions instead.

    2. Overall Rating:
      3 out of 10
      Pros
      There are a variety of positions.
      Cons
      Common positions instead of uncommon ones.
      Bottom line
      It's worth it if you only literally do 1 or 2 positions.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Check Out The Forums Instead

      Reviewed: July 7, 2014 by Geek Love, a Straight Married Male

      I liked the idea of this book, a small sized manual for trying new positions. It arrived just in time for us to take it away for our weekend away in a hotel. The packing was small enough to fit through our letterbox, and the delivery was fast as usual.

      We waited until we arrived at our destination to open the book and have a look inside. Our first impression was that the book was very colourful and looked interesting. Then we started to read it. This book seems to be aimed at people who have never had any experience with sex. There is a section dedicated to pleasing yourself, something the majority of adults won't need much help with.

      The book is structured in two parts. Part one is focused on understanding your body at that of your partner. It tells you briefly about things like tantric sex, chakras, breathing and oral sex. There is an explanation about the female and male 'sex zones', or yoni and lingam, which is odd as there is not a single lingam, (penis) in the whole book. All the men look like buff Ken dolls. I'm a heterosexual man but I like there to be a realistic element to the advice I seek, why should there be a problem with the odd flaccid penis in a book about better sex.

      The second part is about positions you may want to try. Again, though this part was disappointing. There were a couple of positions that we tried and enjoyed, but most of the suggestions will have been used by even those people who like sex to be familiar.

      Overall this book was a huge letdown. I found it quite patronising and would only recommend this book to a nun or someone who has never read Cosmo. If you're interested in expanding your sexual knowledge like we were, buy a Tracey Cox book or just check out the Lovehoney forums instead.

    2. Overall Rating:
      3 out of 10
      Pros
      The size, clear pictures.
      Cons
      How little it taught me.
      Bottom line
      Great for anyone who knows nothing whatsoever about sex.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes