An erotic novella set in the 1970s centered around two mature women who open The Ladies' College of Erotic Arts. Alongside their students, they experiment with sexuality, releasing inhibitions with the help of body builders and an unemployed car worker.
After becoming bored with flower arranging and cake decoration, widow Joyce and divorcee Eileen turn their attentions to pepping up their sex lives. Using the large hall of Joyce's home to host The Ladies' College of Erotic Arts, the ladies welcome three students and embark on a journey of self discovery and sexual awakening.
As each of the women discovers new pleasures they become increasingly adventurous, with laughs, tears and orgasms aplenty.
Night School for Scandal by Angela Meadows 9 out of 10 (2 reviews) Write your own review
A school to enrol in for next term
Reviewed: 31 Aug 2012 by Blondii, a Going Steady Bisexual Female
This book and (gorgeous cover shot) is quite different to those I have read before in the fact it's set in the 70s, something I remember well... well as a kid anyway.
It's about 2 friends who are later in years who decide they are bored with their mundane life and lack of sex so they have a mad idea of setting up the Ladies School of Erotic Arts. They based their studies around the book of the Joy of Sex, the first erotic book I actually owned... (well we had no internet back then... people take computers for granted and forget it hasn't been around forever).
So Susan, Betty and Edith their 3 new students enroll into the Ladies college of Erotic Arts; from here we then follow the fun adventures of all 5 ladies all with their own insecurities, from the older lady in her 40s and 50s+ to the larger BBW lady and to the shy slim younger lady who hasn't experienced sex.
So one evening a week they began to learn about sex and along the way they find 3 guys to help with their studies; Johnny and Mick, who were hired originally as static art models who ended up teaching them a thing or two, and the gorgeous hunk Winston who is employed as odd job man and live in sex toy...
The 3 young men manage to satisfy them all in a huge variety of different ways, all of them learning about their bodies and what they want and enjoy, including the guys.
I loved that Angela included items from the 70s like the Instamatic polaroid camera, I can relate to her descriptions of the women in awe of this gadget as I remember being fascinated too when I first saw this camera and always longed to own one of these too. We had no camera phones or digital cameras, back then this was futuristic technology. Heck back in my day the wheel had only just been invented!
These ladies go through the most funny adventures and even had me laughing in some places. Angela's character Betty the larger lady was brilliant, she explains her extremely well and with delicacy without offending the BBWs of the world, making her so easy to relate to as we all have out fat worries and we watch as she loses all her inhibitions and just enjoys sex, something we should all learn from.
They enjoy multiple orgasms in different places and meet many different people. The men really don't know what has hit them. Even the naughty flasher gets his comeuppance. They go from quiet village to red light district, enjoy playing with toys, exhibitionism, oral, bondage, spanking, chastity, slave worship, stripping, and so many more brilliant naughty ideas from the pen of Ms Meadows.
I know many of you that remember the sixties and seventies will enjoy this book more than I feel the younger girls. This is a well written, creative, fast paced, fun, flirty read, their sexual adventures take them to many aspects of the sexual world but still in keeping with the seventies of Bernie inns and Betamax, it all links so well with a lot of imagination.
These women have fun with sex which is not taken too seriously. I could relate to each and every one of them and I'm sure you will too. I'm bursting to tell you many more things they got up to but I'm not going to spoil the book; but believe me they visit and learn about the many angles of The Joy Of sex!
- Set in the 70s, different characters with insecurities that learn to enjoy sex.
- Bottom line
- Fast paced, fun, light-hearted read, lots of sex and orgasms in different ways.
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Reviewed: 03 Sep 2012 by blondes_have_more_fun, a Single Straight Female
Having read ‘The Education of Victoria’, I was prepared for Meadows’ style of writing. It is not subtle, but is perfect for anyone who dislikes the phrase ‘my sex’, and prefers to call a spade a spade.
In keeping with this, there is no romance in this story, just lots and lots of explicit sex. It covers many different areas - bondage, discipline, a dominatrix, a brothel, a strip club, a porn film - so there’s something for everyone. Personally, I found one of the prostitution scenes a bit distasteful, but there’s no denying the sex scenes are hot.
The grammar and punctuation are, frankly, dreadful, which put me off rather, but maybe I’m just weird.
If you remember the kids TV series Trumpton, you have to read this, though, just for the chapter entitled ‘False Alarm’!
- Sex scenes are hot.
- Goes a bit too far for comfort sometimes.
- Bottom line
- Good for those who don't want romance or euphemism.
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