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Saturday, June 13, 2015

Kissing with @AuthorNicMorgan #Romance #Couples


Welcome to Sweet N Sexy Divas, I'm your tour host for the day. So sit back, prop up your feet and get comfy. I'm about to give you some ideas to keep the romance alive in your summer vacation...

Kissing...

Kissing may seem pretty vanilla when it comes to sex, but in actuality its one of the most important ingredients. Ask yourself how many times you've had sex without it involving, if not starting with a kiss. I think you'll find your answer the same as mine, in that there is no sex without that kiss. 

Kissing is the catalyst to any sexual encounter. Whether it's your first kiss or your hundredth, you wouldn't have gotten to cross home plate if you didn't first round first base.  

So, what is it about kissing that gets us going? Is it the mere physical contact? Perhaps, but I think it goes much deeper than that. What are we really doing when we're kissing? The hottest kisses aren't the ones where we keep our mouths closed and press our lips together. They're the ones that we open our mouths for, inviting the other person inside to explore and learn as our tongues stroke one another in a hot and wet prelude to things which have yet to come. 

Now, let's think about that for a minute. Our tongues are stroking, caressing and moving with one another in a rhythm not unlike having sex. Could it be that our primal subconscious thoughts are actually using our mouths for a way to tell the other what we like? What we want? What we need? After all, what happens when we have a good make out session? When the chemistry is there and our bodies are working in unison with one another, do we not then round second base? Heck yeah we do! Why? Because we can't help ourselves. 

By this time our bodies have been heated by not just the kiss itself, but we are most likely now caressing and rubbing each other, our bodies pressing and grinding together in frenzy. It's at that point we are pretty much goners. Any restraint we have had has pretty much been thrown out the window. It's now onto third base. And oh, how I love this base! 

Oral pleasure can be a turn on for both the giver and receiver. And don't even get me started on that lovely numbered position which allows both parties to give at the same time. Oh yes, sixty-nine is a thing of beauty. If I was forced to choose being giving or receiving though, I would always opt for giving. There is something incredibly erotic, sexy and alluring about giving a man pleasure. Regardless, whether we round second and head for third or go straight for home, one thing is certain. We wouldn't have gotten there had it not been for that one kiss that started it all. 

In closing, my advice to anyone reading this is simple. Enjoy your kisses, allow them to take you on a journey into your wildest fantasies and deepest desires until your body is pushed past the point of no return.


Have fun! ~ Nicole Morgan ;-)   

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hank You for joining me today! I'll see you all next month on the 13th. Have a great month and remember to be SWEET and SEXY


Nicole Morgan is an author of erotic romance novels, which more often than not have a suspenseful back story. Erotic romance mixed with good old-fashioned whodunit. While she's written everything from contemporary to paranormal her leading men will more than likely be wearing a uniform of some kind. From military to police officers, she has a love for writing about those who protect and serve. From her very first novel about Navy SEALs to her more recent releases you will be sure to find a few twists and turns you were not expecting.

She also has a recurring monthly column in Book & Trailer Showcase's eMagazine, is a proud member of the Romance Books 4 Us Gold Authors and also one of the Sweet N Sexy Divas.  

Find out more about Nicole and her books by visiting her websiteblogGoogle + PageTwitterFacebook and her Yahoo Group, Nicole’s Think Tank.

Until next month lovies ~ Nic 

3 comments:

Fiona McGier said...

The genesis of kissing is from the "food kiss", when older folks would pre-chew food then spit it into the mouths of babies, to teach them what to do with food, when they were weaning. That gradually morphed into a kiss being symbolic of giving food, and became a comfort-giver. How it morphed into being involved with sex is anyone's guess, but it seems particular to the western world. I also enjoy rubbing noses, a la "Eskimo kiss". Sex without kissing is not nearly as much fun, but when one has something like, say, strep throat, but is still very much in the mood, it does the deed!

Luckily for me, since I detest makeup, my husband does also. Ive always wondered how men can want to kiss lips that they all but slide off of, with all of that gooey, shiny lipstick/gloss stuff. Ew!

jean hart stewart said...

Haven't been able to wear lipstick for years, some kind of weird allergy, and think I'm lucky. Nobody notices and I highly recommend it. Nice column, Nicole.
Very enjoyable....

Tina Donahue said...

Cool post, Nicole. I love first kisses in books...so hot. :)