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So…back to those Irish kisses. Is kissing important? I’d say yes. Now, that is not to say that everyone has the same tastes per se in technique. However, if the kissing isn’t going well, it doesn’t bode well for other physical pursuits. I’m thinking back to some of those discussions with girlfriends way back when I was single and I do recall a few squishy, wet, uncomfortable kisses that led me to decline additional dates.
I took an informal poll about kissing and got some interesting answers. Some thought kissing was important because it is intimate, physical contact that can give you an idea if any chemistry is there. Others simply said it was fun.
This kiss shouldn’t be too wet. It shouldn’t be too aggressive (unless such is warranted by the situation). It should be appropriately intimate. That is to say, perhaps keep the tongue light on a first date.
A kiss can make or break a budding relationship.
Here is an excerpt from Mia’s Cop Craving that describes the first kiss between Rogan and Mia. What do you think? Is it a good one?
He took her chin in his hand and leaned in for a kiss. It was gentle but with a hint of command. Mia shivered as heat suffused her skin. His warm, wet tongue demanded entry into her mouth and Mia opened her lips. A stab of desire shot through her as his tongue tangled with hers. With a last nibble he pulled back, took her hand in his, and led her down the sidewalk.
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