A straight-talking women's guide to tending to a partner's unrequited libido and reigniting the sexual sparks in a long-term relationship. Many couples are all too familiar with the classic bedroom balancing act-managing His and Her sex drives. As men clamor for more action and women grumble for more sleep, the topic of "maintenance sex" - those dutiful two minutes to "get it over with" - invariably arises to divide and conquer a couple's sex life.
Yet as Don and Debra Macleod reveal in Lube Jobs, maintenance sex can be an exciting and loving way to jump-start a stalled sex life. And if it's done right, it can be fun for both parties. Indeed, just as the sleekest luxury car requires routine tune-ups for smooth performance, a long-term relationship requires regular lube jobs for a friction-free love life.
Part saucy sex manual, part relationship survival guide, Lube Jobs includes a provocative menu of twenty ready-made "lube jobs" consisting of naughty sex scenarios, bedroom-toy tips, sexual techniques, and erotica.
Each lube job inspires a woman to embrace maintenance sex as a critical aspect of her committed relationship, and shows her how to infuse it with spontaneity and affection. Throughout are poignant, sometimes hilarious, stories of couples struggling to find their own balance in the bedroom.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes - Because it removes the guessing and provides lots of techniques that are easy for the person that shy's away from sex.
Who was your favorite character and why?
What about Chandra Skyye’s performance did you like?
She actually personified a man, when speaking their words
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
That my partner needs to release tension, which is done through sex, and as a result I receive more love.
Any additional comments?
The flow and length and variety was perfect for my needs.
What did you like best about Lube Jobs? What did you like least?
The narration is horrible, had to listen in 1.5x speed to make even be able to get through it.
Has Lube Jobs turned you off from other books in this genre?
How did the narrator detract from the book?
She is trying to be sexy and make different voices for stories and it is simply horrible.
Could you see Lube Jobs being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Any additional comments?
I wish I hadn't wasted my time on this book. It had a few points that I took to heart but mostly it just goes over everything you already know and like I have already said, the narration makes me cringe
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