CONTEST! Holiday Sex and the Single Girl

By Josie Brown

No doubt, a lot of crotchless panties will be tossed onto the mistletoe if the latest sex survey from Wet, the intimacy product folks, is any indication.

The survey reveals that more than 63% of participants said they are more likely to have sex during the winter holiday season —  in fact more than other times of the year.

And here’s a shocker (NOT): more than 70% of people  consider holiday parties a good opportunity to hookup.

ParTAY!

As for other Wet’s other naughty news nuggets:

·         84% of participants will be gifting a lover with a sexual favor for the holidays;

·         56% of people said kissing someone at midnight on the New Year is “a must”; and

·         44% of respondents confessed that they, or someone they knew, hooked up with a coworker at an office holiday party. (Um….duh!)

ENTER THIS SMW HOLIDAY CONTEST BY ANSWERING THIS QUESTION:

Have you done (or plan to do) any of the above?

Be one of three lucky winners to recieve either a
Wet® Warming™ Gel Lubricant, or
an Inttimo™ by Wet® Aromatherapy Massage & Bath Oil, or
Wet’s new Extenze® Personal Lubricant, or
a free copy of
a free copy of Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives!

All you have to do is comment below between now and Midnight PT, December 31, 2011 (yep, New Year’s Eve) will be included into our contest!

Have a very merry–and sex–holiday,

— Josie

Josie Brown is the Relationships Channel Editor for SingleMindedWomen.com. She is also the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Finding Mr. Right. Her novel Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives (Simon & Schuster) will soon be a television series on ABC, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.


About Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives:
(Simon & Schuster/Downtown Press)
ISBN#: 978-1439173176
In Bookstores now!

Order this book here, from Amazon

The bitter divorce of a “perfect couple,” and its impact on the gated community in which they live, is seen through the eyes of a neighbor, Lyssa Harper, who doesn’t realize the parallels between their marriage and her own.

When Lyssa befriends the husband — Harry, a former Master of the Universe turned stay-at-home dad in order to hold onto his home and his children — the neighborhood’s mean mommies who are vying to make him the next notch on their bedposts turn on her, revealing the cruel side of suburbia.

“Hollywood’s got nothing on the cast of characters living in the bedroom community of Paradise Heights, who have the secrets, sex, money and scandal of an OK! Magazine cover story. Josie Brown is a skilled observer whose clever dialogue and feisty style make for truly entertaining reading.” —Jackie Collins, bestselling author of Hollywood Wives and Poor Little Bitch Girl

“I loved it! Josie Brown captures the highs and lows of love, lust and marriage with heartwrenching  pathos. I’m recommending it to all my friends as the perfect beach read!“ —Lisa Rinna, actress, and author of the novel, Starlit,  and the personal growth book, Rinnavation

“I loved this juicy-as-it-it-is-heartfelt novel about love, marriage, friendship–and sharp, manicured claws. Could not put it down!” —Melissa Senate, author of The Secret of Joy

“Brown proves that a story with suburban bodies can be just as suspenseful as one with dead bodies! Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives is a probing, entertaining fishbowl of married life in a well-heeled, wayward neighborhood.  Loved it!”  —Stephanie Bond, author of Body Movers series

“Poignant and funny! Josie Brown’s protagonist is strong, resilient, and unflinchingly honest: she has all the skills she needs to navigate the ‘mean streets’ of the gated community of Paradise Heights. A great read!” —Wendy Wax, author Magnolia Wednesdays