Later I found out that having an orgasm released the feel-good hormones dopamine and oxytocin, which make you feel happy – if only for a while.
Maybe I should see a therapist, I thought to myself, and get some help to deal with my emotions? But no, it would only leave me with empty pockets and none the happier. No this is better, sex is good, sex is safe.
When Emma, at 35, wants children. Her boyfriend Noah is not ready, they break up, and he leaves. She is left with a broken heart and an empty bed.
Unable to deal with her emotions, she tries to heal herself using sex.
Join her on her erotic journey full of passion and liberating sexual meetings with both men and women.
Emma’s path towards more self-love is without shame and prejudice. Her secret life sets her on a path to self-awareness, and her future freedom lies behind the door of the exclusive private club: The Fanny Hillside Club.
Here, men and women meet to fulfil their physical needs. No one looks for love. All of them come for sex only. Lust filled meetings, and sensual pleasure coincide.
Decadence and pure lust meet in a sensual dance of games and escapades designed to satisfy all the senses. “Here we come for one thing and one thing only” he said and smiled at me.
Emma keeps this part of her life to herself.
“I decided not to tell my friends about my new life.” For them, sex should also include love and romance, and they would not understand.
But can sex really heal a broken heart?
“A riveting and raunchy read which is sure to inspire readers to rethink notions on sex and love.”