“I have mixed feelings about this book. On one hand I enjoyed all of the recipes that were featured in this book. I wanted to point this out because there are many books where the book is presented as a recipe book and there are only about a dozen recipes and some you could find from just searching on the internet. There are so many recipes from appetizers to desserts to alcoholic drinks. I will be busy choosing which ones I want to try out first. For example: Bagna Cauda (Hot Bath) which is really a recipe for fondue. French Toast with Grand Marnier, Spicy Shrimp and Rice, Picnic Bean and Artichoke Heart Salad, Pumpkin Chiffon Pie with Gingersnap Pecan Crust, Blueberry Mojito, Screaming Orgasm, and Sexy Chai to name a few.
The first about hundred pages of this book is focused on all of the different foods from vegetables, fruits, sweets, and nuts. Linda goes into detail about each food item and all of the sexy benefits and nutrients that each food item brings to the table. Some of the items listed in this book I am familiar with as being aphrodisiacs but others I was not familiar with. The aphrodisiac feature of the food item can vary from the food item to a texture, taste, smell, or healthy beneficial nutrient.
As much as I did enjoy learning about all of the different foods, I did skip ahead to the recipes. The food section again although nice food lessons, I did feel that I could learn the same thing about these foods from the internet. Overall, though this book does make for a interesting read and will give you ideas on how to have fun playing with your food.