You know what I’m referring to. And if you don’t, well, it’s because you were hibernating this winter. I just finished reading Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James, all 425 erotic pages of it, in less than 24 hours.
It kept me up all night. I was so captivated that I brought it to my husband’s tennis game. When he and his friend asked what the hype was all about, I told my husband to read a passage aloud. He did. And then he raised his eyebrows.
I might as well have said, hey, why don’t we watch some porn?
The material is totally outlandish, totally salacious - it does make your jaw drop just a little. But, I’ll leave the discussion of spanking and sexuality to someone else.
Because, dipping my toe into the murky pond of kinky sex actually had me thinking about scent and sensuality. After all, MOODYBEAUTY is a sensory experience – a fragrant nudge that hints at something. And that is the beauty of scent – it winds its way through your brain to trigger an emotional response that is uniquely personal.
The book I just read was so not subtle. But, scent and sensuality can be – an imperceptible quality that hangs in the air around you, like a whisper. MOODYBEAUTY is just that. And so it goes with sensuality.
It’s more exciting to leave something to the imagination.