Review: Pure Erotic Massage Book

I love books and I love getting massages so I was excited to get the Pure Erotic Massage:  Touch Feel Arouse book from FunWares to review.

The Run Down:

  • Author: Nichole Bailey
  • Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers
  • Pages: 151
  • Size: 10 3/4″ wide x 9″ tall x 1/2″ thick
  • Price: $17.95
  • Recommended Use: Enjoy the sensual pictures while you learn basic and more advanced sensual, erotic, and tantric massage techniques
  • Pros: Lots of very sensual tasteful pictures; Great information with step-by-step instructions
  • Cons: Bit of an odd width; Very serious massage book
  • Overall Rating: 4/5
  • Recommended: Yes

Book Cover

I love getting a massage and it can be fun to give one as well.  I’m always eager to learn more about how to give a good massage and pick up nice little tips and tricks.  I picked Pure Erotic Massage because it looked like a great book for that and the cover is quite appealing.  There is no nudity shown on the front cover, but it is not something I would leave out on a coffee table.   I also think this is an odd sized book.  It is about average height for a book, but it is much wider and may not fit well on a very shallow bookshelf.


Sample pages from the book

The images in the rest of the book are much like the cover.  They are all beautifully and tastefully done.  I did not see any same sex couples in the pictures though, which some may not like.  There is mild nudity in the book, but only breasts and butts.  The pictures also have a very sensual and erotic vibe to them.  The one to the right is one of my favorite images in the book.  It shows a partner dripping honey down over a woman’s breast.

The Pure Erotic Massage book is a very serious massage book.   It’s little more serious than I would like.  That doesn’t mean it isn’t a great book though.  It covers five topics with increasing difficulty as the book progresses.  It starts with sensual touch.  In this chapter it goes over the basic touch techniques and talks about using massage oil to enhance a massage.  This chapter focuses on how to give and receive a massage such as clearing your head as well as being able to communicate openly with your partner.  The next chapter is erotic touch which covers more communication as well as things you can use for your erotic toy box.  I was excited that there is a small section on giving a g-spot massage as well as a prostate massage.  The third chapter is sex touch which combines sex with massage and is basically an erotic guide to positions.  Tantric touch is the fourth chapter which focuses on giving and receiving erotic energy with a massage.  I haven’t looked at this chapter too much as tantric sex and touch isn’t a big interest for me.  The last chapter is on self touch.  This is a difficult area for many people and this chapter gives you many ideas for touching yourself.  The one thing I really like about this book is that in each chapter there are many step by step instructions on how to give massages.

Overall, this is definitely a book I’ll keep around.  I feel like every time I pick it up and flip through it I learn something new or see a picture I hadn’t really noticed before.  It’s also very inexpensive so whether you’re just looking for some great massage idea or want to take a more serious approach to erotic, sensual, and tantric massage the Pure Erotic Massage book from FunWares is a great buy.

*This review was sponsored by FunWares, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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