A Woman's Pleasure
by J.F. Kelly
Genre: Erotic Romance
A Woman’s Pleasure by J.F. Kelly (pen name of Warren Shepell): 25 Erotic Chapters about Satisfying Sex and Mutuality
There are three levels at which you can read the book:
At the first level it is a cornucopia of sexual delights and a great fantasy read for both women and men. It has lots of romance as well as sensual encounters. At the second level, it recognizes that women are wired differently from men and the book empowers women to ask for what will pleasure them and satisfy them in lovemaking encounters. At the third level it is a book that teaches men to be great lovers and how to satisfy their women, and in knowing that by satisfying their women, they themselves will get satisfied.
‘A Woman’s Pleasure’ is the steamy story of 25 men, and how they use romance, care, and mutual attention in achieving complete sexual satisfaction – for both themselves and their partners.
J.F. Kelly, author of ‘A Woman’s Pleasure’, isn’t interested in writing a book that requires fetishes, kinkiness and dominance to stir his audience – he’s out to capture the intimacies and intensity of true love-making; passions rarely shared on the pages of most books that aim to hit the mark on their reader’s erotic fantasies. Indeed, most books attempt to deliver purely physical, sometimes extreme sexual fantasies with the barest, slightest shade of romance – often creating nothing but plain porn.
J.F. Kelly’s work, however, isn’t like most books.
The book focuses on the adventures of 25 different men, and their various sexual encounters – at times, the book leaves you breathless, at other times, it ensures you you’ll be left with a throbbing heart and yearning for more.
Each chapter is devoted to a different man – and with each chapter, author J.F. Kelly accentuates the book’s purpose as a collection of sensual experiences meant to enlighten readers on the possibilities and the erotic joy of sexual equality, in and outside the bedroom. He strips off the abuse and nature of books like 50 Shades of Grey, instead insisting on giving readers an insight into mutual fulfillment through attentive intimacy, understanding and romance – keeping things incredibly hot without having to resort to extremes with a myriad of tales that depict skills lost to most men.
In a statement on his website, author J.F. Kelly notes various reasons for his choice of portrayal, as he explains why his book approaches sex in such a normative, yet rarely seen way for literature. He says he created it as: “A vibrant counterpoint to pornography and sex on the internet that treats sex as only a physical act and portrays many things done to women that women don't enjoy. Pornography and sex on the internet become an educational tool for most men. In contrast, this book teaches men about satisfying sex and what women really want in expressing and experiencing their sexuality.”
In critique of the book, professional book reviewer Paige Van De Winkle notes that “in the wake of erotic novels like Fifty Shades of Grey that, according to some, depict unconventional sex as exploitative—with one partner dominating over the other without a discussion of limits, respect, or safe words—A Woman’s Pleasure refreshingly focuses on the aspects of … sex that books like Fifty Shades ignore.”
- Women take 5 – 6 times longer than men to achieve orgasm so men need to know that and make love respecting that point
- Women enjoy sex as much as men do
- Women have as many sexual fantasies as men do
- Men should not ever call women sluts – men need to respect women and their sexual needs and fantasies
- Many men learn about sex from watching porn…porn serves to satisfy the sexual needs of men…porn shows men doing things to women that many women do not like, so men need to lean to make love, not porn
- Women need not be passive in sexual encounters; men need not be aggressive in sexual encounters. Mutuality in sexual encounters should be encouraged and women should drive the action as much as men do in intimate, sexual encounters.
- Women like oral sex a lot.
- Women compromise and cater to their men too much in sexual encounters.
- Women should stop faking orgasms to cater to their man’s ego – women need to be real and honest and let their men know when they feel unfulfilled, sexually frustrated and teach and show men what will pleasure and satisfy them.
- Men and women need to be less frantic about coupling and not mix “only a sexual experience” with love. Romance and respect, yes, but love, no.
- Sex can be enjoyable and pleasurable if men and women are on “equal-footing” in the sexual encounter.
- Women are making inroads on equality in the workplace, in household duties and parenting but they still have to begin and make progress in the bedroom.
- Men and women need to better understand that needs for domination, bondage, S & M, control come from early childhood experiences and likely an unpleasant series of experiences.
- Loving, emotional bonding, respect, romance, loving, and intimacy, even in a single sexual encounter provides a fulfilling and satisfying experience and memory.
J.F. Kelly is the pen name of Warren Shepell. His first book is ‘A Woman's Pleasure.’
Warren has many interests. In addition to writing, he invests in Domains, Real Estate and Broadway Shows and Theater across North America. Some of his other businesses are in EAP Surveys and EAP Audits. He attends Film Festivals yearly around the world.
Warren Shepell is a well-recognized pioneer in the field of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) and well-being in the workplace, among family members, couples, and individuals. He started, developed, and ran Warren Shepell Consultants Corp/Warren Shepell-The EAP Professionals/Les Consultants Shepell Ltee. with an employee group of 460 full time and 1500 part time employees which he sold in 2005. He brought the concept of mental health counselling to the mainstream population.
He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a PhD in Counseling and Clinical Psychology and has counseled couples for 25 years. Now, using the pen name of J.F. Kelly, Warren Shepell brings his unique vision to erotic novels and fictional short stories that will promote women's rights, and equality between women and men not only at work, but also in the bedroom.
As J.F. Kelly, he gives voice to women and the men that respect each other, and to relationships, including erotic and sensual relationships between women and men that embody mutuality.
He brings heart, sensitivity and appreciation for the uniqueness found among ordinary people in their journey in life and is a spokesperson for the everyday person.
Three of his favorite sayings personify his writings:
"Each of us has a heart, a soul, and feelings. Each of us desires to be wanted, to be appreciated, and to be loved."
"Making love is not something you do to someone―it's something you share. Lovemaking between men and women should be mutually pleasurably. Both women and men should be fully and completely satisfied."
"If women were totally satisfied with their sexual and lovemaking experiences, women would welcome the lovemaking experience as much as men."