Dutch Vacation is a joyous adventure in which a somewhat naive middle-aged man is schooled in the ways of sensuality by four strong, intelligent and self-determined women in turn. Starting in Los Angeles and ending in Amsterdam, we move from a shower to the back of a stretch limo, to the first class cabin of a 747, to an airport parking lot, to the waters edge in the Netherlands, as our four lusty women each take him on an epic erotic adventure. A fast easy read, perfect for the beach or anywhere a little spice might make life more enjoyable. The sex scenes are explicit but never resort to vulgarity or cheesy euphemisms.
This is an intelligent, fun, sexy book. It is impossible to do justice to a book in such a short description, but I can say, you would be well advised to sit on a towel while reading Dutch Vacation.
Controversial and provocative, Dutch Vacation is an erotic adventure that appeals to modern sensibility and sexuality. In its unique approach, it gives much thought to the sexual mores of our society. The principal character is a man who evolves from being a rather poor lover to become a connoisseur of sensual delights. He relates his learning experiences, his thoughts, and his newly developed opinions and how they feel to him physically and psychologically.