One thing you can't say about Karrine Steffans is that she doesn't know about sex. She's made a career of kissing and telling — and then moving to instructing women how to release their inner vixens. In between releasing books, Steffans was tabloid fodder because of her relationships with the likes of Bill Maher and Darius McCrary (aka Eddie Winslow).
This August, Steffans will release SatisFaction, a hybrid of erotic fiction and sexual advice for couples who want more than missionary sex. In a press release, she said:
"Unlike my previous books, SatisFaction is a work of "faction," fact and fiction, hence the title's double entendre. You will be whisked away, into each chapter's bawdy fiction, enlightened by the chapter's scintillating examples of have to make each fantasy a reality, and then instructed how to he assured these highly adventurous fantasies don't go awry!"
While the advice in the book is well-researched, she tells couples to seek therapy before practicing BDSM and the like. Also, the short erotic stories are boring and more porno than erotica. I need characters to have names or I'm just going to assume that Steffans — who has told the world all about her sex life — is the female character in all the story. Sorry, Zane or Rachel Kramer Bussel she is not.
SatisFaction hits stores on August 10.
View the book trailer: