Do you remember when you were a child and your parents would read you some bedtime stories to calm you and make you have a good and peaceful sleep. Well, why don’t you try reading erotic narrations to have a passionate and sensual slumber?
Once upon a time, in a far away land lived a King and Queen with a new beautiful newborn baby girl. The parents were so proud of her daughter that they organized a huge party to introduce the new princess. The whole kingdom was invited, including seven fairies who became her godmothers. However, before they could even start with the feast, an old fairy nobody had seen for decades appeared at the celebration, angry for not getting an invitation. As soon as the King saw her, he ordered a set of cutlery so the fairy could join them. The time of the presents had arrived and the fairies lined up to give their gifts to the baby princess. The youngest of them all foresaw trouble and hid under the table so that she could be the last to give the princess a gift. Each fairy bestowed the princess with wondrous gifts: beauty, singing, dancing, wits, grace, and musical ability. As the latter ended with her gift, the old fairy approached the princess and declared that she was going to be pierced by a splinter a die. While everybody was crying and lamenting the terrible faith of their princess, the fairy that was hidden under the table came out and told the sad parents that not everything was lost. While she wasn’t powerful enough to cancel that terrible curse, there was something she could do: the princess would, in fact, get pierced by a splinter, but she would not die; instead she would fall into a deep sleep for one hundred years until a brave prince could wake her.
One hundred years passed and no prince managed to wake the sleeping princess, until one day a brave and young prince was able to cut the wall of thorns and go inside the castle. He crossed the silent great hall, climbed the stairs, checked in every bedroom until he found her. She was still a young woman lying on a bed as if she was just taking a nap. He examined every bit of her, grabbed his sword and cut the gown covering her young relaxed body.
[Fictional adaptation of Charles Perrault's "Sleeping Beauty" and Anne Rice'sThe Sleeping Beauty Quartet]
“He put his sword to one side. He removed his heavy armor. And he lifted her again, his left arm under her shoulders, his right hand between her legs, his thumb on top of her pubis. [...] His desire had been hard and almost painful to him when he had come into the room, and now it was urging him almost mercilessly. He mounted her, parting her legs, giving the white inner flesh of her thighs a soft, deep pinch, and, clasping her right breast in his left hand, he thrust his sex into her. [...] He sucked on her lips, he drew the life out of her into himself, and feeling his seed explode within her, heard her cry out. And then her blue eyes opened. ‘Beauty!’ he whispered to her."
This last part is a quote from Anne Rice's famous erotic novel, or better said fairy tale, The Sleeping Beauty Quartet.
Do you remember when you were a child and your parents would read you some bedtime stories to calm you and make you have a good and peaceful sleep. Well, why don’t you try reading erotic narrations to have a passionate and sensual slumber? Check out these 5 suggestions and get ready to have the best nights you’ve ever had.
“Mallorca” (1887) - Anaïs Nin
Belonging to Nin’s famous collection of erotic short stories, Delta of Venus (1978), "Mallorca" tells the story of María, a woman who’s invited to swim at night by another woman. She accepts and, among caresses and playful touching, she finds out that the one arousing her is actually male. Scared at first, María ends up discovering sensations she never thought she was able to experiment.
Lady Chatterley's Lover (1928) - D.H. Lawrence
Sometimes the best way to boost our libido is a good and interesting plot that slowly takes us to those heated moments. In that way, D.H. Lawrence’s novel tells the story of Constance Reid (Lady Chatterley) a married woman whose husband gets paralyzed during the war. Unsatisfied with her relationship, she starts a secret affair with a working-class man and things get really steamy.
The Story of the Eye (1928) - Georges Bataille
Bataille’s kinky and kind of perverted erotic short novel tells the story of a teen boy and his first sexual experiences and discovery. At times explicit and others quite scatological, The Story of the Eye is a great novella for those who enjoy more spicy and titillating stories.
Tropic of Cancer (1934) - Henry Miller
We all love a good story of an artist living la Vie Bohème. Well, what about all that but tainted with erotic and sensual narrations of the author’s sexual experiences. If you’re into erotic literature, this one is a must, since it has been considered a classic of the genre.
Lost Girls (2006) - Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie
Following that idea of the bedtime story, Moore and Gebbie created an erotic graphic novel that adapts three of our favorite childhood characters into sensuous and rampant sexual experiences. If you don’t want to ruin your precious memories of these characters, don’t read it. However, if you think it’s time for them to grow up like you did, go ahead.
There’s nothing more exciting than reading before going to sleep. Everybody says so, even doctors recommend it. However, I believe that a book that lets our imagination run amok to explore our deepest desires at night is the best way to finish the day. You can make this a daily practice so you wake up with the best smile and attitude.
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