Reviews

The Bedside Orgasm Book: 365 Days of Sexual Ecstasy

Come on now! You didn’t think it was possible, but it is and this is just the book to show the sexually frustrated, the sexually bored, and the sexually clueless how to have an absolutely explosive year! 365 days (you get a one day breather every fourth year) of steamy, scintillating, mind-bending happy endings. A mix of hot sexual techniques, spicy stories, and tips and tricks for solo flights of fancy, this book’s clever day-by-day format will leave readers anticipating tomorrow with a tingle and an urgency that will drive them straight to bed.” Borders.com

Red Hot Tantra: Erotic Secrets of Red Tantra for Intimate, Soul-to-Soul Sex and Ecstatic, Enlightened Orgasms

Red Hot Tantra is not just full of theory about all those amazing stairways to heaven—it also contains twenty-two excellent erotic stories, one to go with each tantra theory, or “experience.” The stories are written by Cynthia W. Gentry, and they are all interesting, sexy tales of ordinary couples (and individuals alone) … This is such a rich book—easily one of the best erotic books I’ve read in a long time…” — Excerpt from Red Hot Tantra,
by Susannah Indigo, CleanSheets.com, March 16, 2005.

Authors David Ramsdale and Cynthia W. Gentry’s book on the ‘other’ tantric sex, red tantra, is a sizzling mix of erotic fiction and how-to knowledge that never fails to thrill.” Playgirl, November 2004.

This wonderful, female-centered Tantra book is the first of it kind to blend erotic fiction with Tantric how-to and philosophy—and it’s an enlightening success! Dozens of Tantra-themed erotic short stories get you in the mood, while the interspersed instructions tell you how to experience the heights of ecstasy in the stories. Heterosexual focus; includes a complete resource guide.” Good Vibrations

Other Press Clippings

The Best Sex Advice Ever Given, by Amy Spencer, Maxim, March 2005.
Excerpt: “Turn your hand into a vibrator by placing the vibrator…” More

“Erotica needs a good story, writer says,” by Emily Fancher, San Mateo County Times, June 7, 2004.