| How to Set His Thighs on Fire |
By Kate White
Genre: Inspirational & Self-Help
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How to Set His Thighs on Fire
As most women know, it doesn’t take a huge amount of effort to seduce a guy. A simple phrase like “Why don’t you drop your pants?” will usually suffice.
But there’s seduction and then there’s make-his-thighs-go-up-in-flames seduction, the kind that will have him writhing in anticipation. The latter is so much more erotic and memorable. And it actually can make the experience more physically rewarding for him, intensifying his orgasm.
Three-alarm seduction isn’t difficult, but it does take some effort. You’ll want to tease, tantalize, and torture him.
How to Tease:
This is where you just hint at what’s going to happen so that you start a slow burn. Wear something provocative that shows plenty of skin. Bite your lip as you listen to him talk. Use suggestive language without coming right out and saying what you have in mind—like “I love it when the weather is hot and steamy like this, don’t you?”
How to Tantalize:
Now turn up the heat a couple of notches. Let him know you weren’t kidding with all that teasing by saying “I want you.” In a whisper describe some of the naughty things you’d like to do to him. Take his hand and run your tongue along the palm. Slip your hand between his thighs and stroke him.
How to Torture:
Prolong the burning. Rather than just falling into bed, do a striptease in which you peel away your clothes one item at a time. Or peel away his clothes, one piece at a time. Or give him a back rub and drag your hands over his butt and down along his hips.
Remember that even though guys always seem eager to get to the main event, taking your time really does increase his pleasure.
Excerpted from How to Set His Thighs on Fire , by Kate White . Copyright (c) 2006 by Kate White . Reprinted by permission of Little, Brown and Company, New York, NY. All rights reserved.Back to top