SEX SOS, the new series of e-books from international sex, body language and relationship expert Tracey Cox, is designed to give you instant, practical, useful information about the specific sex topics you're most interested in - without having to wade through an entire book to find what you want to know.
The advice centres around a Q&A format, with extra tips boxes and lots of general pointers thrown in as well. It’s a fresh, fun format, packed with all the latest information and research and written in Tracey’s trademark down-to-earth style.
The series includes 5 titles tackling the most common problems people face in modern relationships:
In SEX SOS: Why Can't I Have An Orgasm? Tracey answers the 10 most commonly asked questions about female orgasms to help increase your orgasm quota, make them more easily achievable and more intense. With tips on everything from female ejaculation to faking it, it’s a must-read for every sexually savvy woman.
LONG TERM SEX
In SEX SOS: Will I ever want sex with my husband again? Tracey tackles long term sex - challenging for all couples. It’s certainly not easy to keep things spicy long-term but while there are no magical solutions, there are lots of ways you can rescue a flagging sex life and start loving sex again. Want to know how to fancy your husband as much as you did at the beginning? Give this little guide a go - you might be surprised at just how quickly the desire for sex returns!
In SEX SOS: How do we have hotter sex? Tracey tells couples how to have saucier sex. Apart from those first feverish sex sessions we all chalk up at the start, when you’re both frothing at the mouth and humping each other’s legs every chance you get, sex tends to rather rapidly move from titillating to functional.
Even the most enthusiastic lover gets desensitised when you’ve already done it to the same body 50000 times. To keep your libidos high, you need sparks flying, not a gently burning flame. But how do you create spark in a long-term relationship when you’re both so used to each other?
This e-book is a ‘starter kit’ to sexing things up - but in a non-threatening way. The idea is to make you explore the sort of sex that makes you look at each other afterward and say ‘God, I can’t believe we just did that!’ rather than have you both sprinting to the nearest church for confession - when you’re not even Catholic.
In SEX SOS: “How do I use my rabbit?”, Tracey answers the questions women most ask about sex toys, along with giving tons of tips and tricks to get you switched (and turned) on!
Couple-friendly sex toys add much-needed fizz to tired, long-term sex lives. Choose from products to improve vaginal muscle tone, safely explore anal play, experiment with lubricants that tingle and an endless supply of gadgets designed to reach every hot spot you could possibly imagine. If you’re looking for a cheap, fun way to introduce constant variety and naughtiness into your relationship, this little e-guide is for you.
In SEX SOS: How can I last longer in bed?, she tackles the problem lots of men struggle with: premature ejaculation (PE).
PE is recognised as the most common sexual problem for men and this must-read guide is designed to inform, reassure and most importantly, offer tips and advice which will boost your staying power.
Including up-to-the-minute research on all the available treatments and techniques, it’s an invaluable take on a problem most men suffer from at some point in their life.
The SEX SOS series by Tracey Cox is available now from Amazon.co.uk priced at £2.05
Notes To Editors
-Tracey Cox is an international sex, body language and relationships expert as well as a TV presenter. She is well-known for her TV shows on sex and relationships as well as her range of best-selling books. A former associate editor of Cosmopolitan (Australia) and radio show host, Tracey has appeared on Oprah, CNN and The Today Show in the US, as well as numerous prime-time chat shows in the UK and worldwide.
-Her TV credits include The Sex Inspectors (Ch4 and HBO in the US), Would Like to Meet (BBC2), Under One Roof (ITV) and Date Patrol (Discovery in the US).
-She has an academic background in psychology and travels the world, doing television, radio and print interviews on her specialist subjects.
-Tracey also has her own range of sex toys and lubricants developed and sold exclusively with Lovehoney.co.uk
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