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Sensual words

Let’s rediscover the pleasure of a good read to arouse our senses, by the fireplace, under a warm blanket or even tucked up in bed.

Don’t worry, we are not going to give you a book report to do. But just remember that a few words can set the mood for the evening, for the night, for a romantic weekend. May we suggest that you read aloud a few parts from the following books. You could even pick one or two phrases to send to your lover to tease him during the day and encourage him to get back early and cuddle up in your arms. Here is our list, now it's up to you to read... and play.

  • The Boudoir Bible: The Uninhibited Sex Guide for Today, Betony Vernon, ed. Robert Laffont. She’s an English icon and the ultimate reference in sensuality, and she reveals and details all the practices of love, desire and pleasure.
  • The Arabian Nights, set in three volumes, ed. Gallimard. A classic that makes you dream of travels and sleepless nights.
  • The illustrated Kama Sutra, and two other masterpieces of erotic literature, ed. Gremese. To let him discover the mysteries of women.
  • Fetish and the Art of the Teese, Dita von Teese, ed. Hugo Image. The sexiest burlesque artist shares her secrets.
  • One With You, Sylvia Day, ed. J’ai Lu. The fifth volume in the Crossfire series, this modern erotic literature best seller will make you blush with pleasure.
  • The Paper Woman, Françoise Rey, ed. Pocket. An indecent, sultry letter from a woman to a man that will awaken a couple’s desire of fantasies.
  • Delta of Venus, Anais Nin, ed. Le Livre de Poche. A series of very, very naughty short stories written by one of the most famous American authors.
  • Philosophy in the boudoir, Marquis de Sade, ed. La Musardine. Humorous, daring and full of forbidden pleasures to rediscover the famous marquis.
  • Osez, 20 histoires érotiques racontées par des femmes, ed. La Musardine. All there is left to do is for you to write and experience yours.