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Making Love in the Wild is a guide's collection of romantic portraits featuring a loving couple surrounded by the beauty of Nature. It celebrates the sensuality that Nature contributes to making love in her many environments, without being explicit. The book paints a vivid picture, guiding YOU into each setting surrounding the lovers, as all of their senses become alive. You are there, experiencing the passion of making love outdoors!
The romance and sensuality found by lovers in the outdoors make this book unique, as compared to the humor or safety tips of others. This guide is 128 pages of sensual love making and childlike fun!
This guide book is written by a licensed whitewater guide. The introduction states that "It is respectfully written for adult couples who want to spice up their relationship." It emphasizes that you can easily become more childlike and playful in the outdoors, because there is no one there to see you or judge you, and you can "throw away your watch", not being ruled by time. The focus is on the beauty of the settings, the unusual circumstances you can benefit from, and the diversity that nature provides.
Chapters are organized by outdoor setting, with titles that include The Woods, Lake or Pond, The Stream, The Mountain, Watercraft, At Camp and Bad Weather. Each chapter has an introduction that sets a mood for the series of love scenes in that environment.
Certain scenes are written as the woman experiences it, while others are written as the man views his lady. In either case, the reader is placed in each beautiful setting. No sex is involved. Instead the author paints a picture of the environment surrounding the lovers.
The author’s passionate love for his lady is felt in every scene. Each setting portrays romance in an unusual outdoor landscape described with vivid imagery. The reader sees, hears, smells and feels the environment around the lovemaking through the descriptive words. All of the senses come alive to Mother Nature’s caresses. These picturesque, sensual descriptions of the settings are the major strength of the book.
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Chuck Butkus has a rustic camp in the Adirondacks where he recharges himself in the simple outdoor life. Over the past thirty years, he has camped, hiked, swum, climbed, canoed, rafted, sailed and made love in the Adirondacks, Berkshires and Maine. A licensed whitewater guide for the past fourteen years, he guides eight rivers in four states.
Chuck has written seven other books, as well as articles for business and computer magazines. He has authored four commercial software packages having international usage. He taught college and designed a computer science curriculum. He has an MBA from the State University of New York at Albany. He works as a business/computer consultant to support his adventures.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
In the Middle of an Open Field (from Chapter One)
You find a large open field bordered by a country road and a grove of trees. There are no houses, tractors, cows or horses. Because the field is not fenced, you know that farm animals don’t abide here.
A dozen butterflies are lighting near the center of the field, then flying up, circling, and lighting again.
You walk toward the little wings and spread the blanket nearby for a picnic. The grass is over two feet high, and it shields you from the road.
Bees are busily caressing the clover and wildflowers, oblivious to you and the butterfly demonstration.
The butterflies are landing on the moist rocks and licking the water off them. They seem to like you, and fly near your head, landing on a rock inches from the blanket. The beauty of those delicate creatures with their tongues caressing the rocks can only be seen, not described. It’s a fantasy world, with you at the center.
You kiss and marvel at your good fortune-- the two of you in a special little world few ever experience.
Taking a cue from the butterflies, you begin gently licking your mate on the lips. Then elsewhere. A responding satin tongue roams your body.
....You forget about the picnic and roll off the blanket together.
Take turns being on the bottom. The view looking through the grass at your lover, into a sky floating with butterflies, as bees nuzzle the clover is a unique experience. ___________________________________
Against a Big Rock in the Middle of the Rushing Stream (from Chapter Six)
Munching on crackers and cheese, you two are picnicking on a flat bank overlooking a creek. Downstream, a dozen small rocks seek your attention by splashing water upwards. They look like little haystacks sparkling in the sun. Below them is a big, flat rock that the small flow seems to be raging against and around.
You sip Merlot, and become lovingly lazy; kiss, touch and tease. After an hour of this foreplay in the warming sun, the heat of your passion grows intense. You fantasize about making love in the flowing water.
As you think about the loving, that big rock again comes into view. What would it be like making love against that rock with the water gushing all around your bodies?
Your love has the same idea. You playfully take off each other’s clothes, then splash down to the rock holding hands....
The water enhances and stimulates every slight movement. It is a pulsating excitement that changes each time you move...
Your lover sits in the water with his back against the rock, facing the flowing water. He now has water forcing against him and flowing around both sides. You join facing him at first, then turn around, feeling the stream flow compliment your lover’s movement in different ways.
Since the flow is not too strong, you decide to lean back against the rock, with your lover above. You experience the sensuality of the water as it whirls around and through.
--Don’t attempt this in too great a flow-- you might be sitting against that rock until there is a dry spell.
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Book Description Chuck Butkus, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110970915403
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Book Description Chuck Butkus, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0970915403