What you read, you can imagine. Motion pictures are the best, but sometimes, mental pictures are more powerful and engaging than motion pictures. If you will think of it, reading pornographic materials arouse you more because what you read directly transmits to your brain.
Moreover, you do not have interruptions, the focus is there. Nobody will know that you are reading explicit scenes. The more you are focused, the more sexual information your neurons transmit to your brain.
What is good about sex scenes in paper materials, such as books and magazines, is that they are written in passionately ways. Every move, even the scent of the environment, the tenderness of the body, and the emotions of the characters are there, making you engaged and aroused.
If you prefer books more than screens, maybe because you don’t want your parents to know or you’re a geeky type. Here are the best books you might want to check out;
The Fermata by Nicholson Baker.
This book is about a man named Arno Strine who can stop time. When he discovers he can control time, he uses it for his sexual adventure. He stops time to see women naked, do whatever he wants sexually, and watch sexual scenarios and more. Despite of his power, what he longs is a real relationship but is too shy. When he finally had a girlfriend, his power to control time passes to her, who also makes her own time adventure.
The Woman Who Walked Into Doors by Roddy Doyle.
This book is about an abused woman named Paula Spencer and her day-to-day married life to his husband. She is struggling to reclaim her dignity after her failed marriage and worsening drinking problem. Though this is a very sad book, the recalls of Paula of her contented childhood and wallop romances with his husband makes it interesting to read.
In the Skin of a Lion by Michael Oondaatje.
This book is incredibly stylized and poetic in writing. It contains intelligence and is full of romances and intimacies. It transports its readers to the city of Toronto in the early 20th century.
A House Like a Lotus by Madeleine L’Engle
This book is about a boy, Zachary Grey, in his mid-20s, dating and seducing a 16-year-old, Polly O’Keefe, when she is at her most emotional stage. The author also includes lesbian community in this book.
The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
This is a very clever book wherein the author manages to create language of her own. The similes and metaphors the author employs are vividly dreamy and very surreal, so you could imagine how good she had written the unexpected sexual scenes.
This book is about fraternal twins with their mother who fled an abusive marriage to live with their family.
Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates
This book is a about the life of Norma Jean Baker, aka. Marilyn Monroe, telling her life story beginning from her childhood up to her death. It’s a tragic life story, telling her intoxications and medications, but is hugely inspiring.
Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson
This is a very seductive novel about a genderless narrator and a confused married woman. This novel will make you fall in love and in mood for some romance.
Plan B for the Middle Class by Ron Carlson
This book is consists of three short stories. The stories are about middle-aged characters, mostly have children of their own. The main story is about a guy who lost his job and went in Hawaii with his wife. It focuses on the character’s warm and comfortable life, at the same time, despairing and wondering. He also relates in the story his first sexual encounter when he grew up in Utah.