For the last five weeks, I've spoken about what I found sexy in guys. Then I gave women a chance to respond for a chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card and beautiful necklace. Overwhelmingly, the women had very sexy things to say about the guys! Now it is a guy's turn to let us know what he finds sexy about women! Today I welcome Rebel Ink Press author Mike Woody who's steamy read is available from Amazon and B&N. Don't forget to check his book out and respond to his thoughts below!
Women are exceptionally beautiful creatures and while the thought of what makes them sexy is pleasing it can also be difficult, or should I say hard. Every woman is uniquely different and made of their own qualities which may not be as glowing on someone else. However, I’m going to list some traits which I believe makes any woman sexy.
SMILE…In all honesty, ranking above a flat stomach, perky breasts and a curvaceous butt is a bright smile. There’s nothing more alluring
than a radiant smile, it can lighten the darkest of times. It also represents happiness and displays friendliness. Most physical or any type of shortcoming can be made up for with a warm smile, even with a few front teeth missing.
LAUGHTER…Notice I didn’t say snort, but I take delight in guffaws, chuckles, giggles and other expressions of joy. I’m particularly fond of giggles, there seems to be something very flirtatious about that sound. Laughter is even more sexy when its in response to an attempt at being humorous. The heat is turned up even more if whatever the woman is drinking is sent spewing out of her nose!
SCENT…My nose can get aroused too. A pleasing scent from a woman can be very satisfying, not an overpowering stench but just a slight sweetening to the air. It provides a freshness and a desire for the woman to be closer so the aroma can be fully enjoyed. Just like the smells coming from the kitchen can raise an appetite for food, the scent of a woman can cause hunger too.
CLEAVAGE…Less is sometimes more, and cleavage is one of those instances. So many times movie previews reveal so much there’s nothing left to see in the full length film. All that’s needed is a slight reveal to build anticipation. Just a hint of cleavage is also a sign of some sophistication. Letting it all hang out might be an enticing sight, it’s not my
type of woman. Leave a little to the imagination.
MEN’S SHIRT…A white buttoned down dress shirt on a woman, wearing nothing else, is pretty darned sexy. Looks much better on her than on me.
LISTEN…It may sound like nothing, but it’s a turn-on for me when a woman is attentive to what I’m saying and shows an interest. Even if she’s faking. It’s basic human knowledge that communication should be an exchange between talking and listening, but not everyone gets it. For a woman’s eyes to be locked onto mine and engaged in conversation makes me heart swell…yes, I said heart.
WILD SIDE…It’s sexy when looks can be deceiving. I like women who appear dignified and proper to the public, who seemingly would never think any impure thoughts but secretly has a vibrator in her purse. Their wild side is reserved for their special someone. She can appear perfectly in place at the theatre and then give a blowjob in the bathroom during intermission.
NOT A CALORIE COUNTER… Health is important, but I prefer women who will eat a candy bar when she wants one rather than having to figure out how much exercise she’ll have to do to burn it off. Some women are so consumed with dietary fitness they can’t enjoy eating anything.
RED…Last, but certainly not least is red (black is good too) undergarments. HOT. It’s almost always an instant turn-on when I only just
see a woman’s red bra strap poking out of her shirt. It represents sultriness, shows that a fire is burning inside of her and I want to put it out. Lace or see through are nice bonuses, but red is all that I need.
Thanks for stopping by Mike. Well guys, do you agree or is there something else you believes makes a woman sexy? Ladies, what makes you feel sexy?
Don't forget to check out Mike's latest release about Twisted Hearts and love inspired stories.
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