Sexy Ideas for an Anniversary

by Hannah Rice Myers

Whether you're celebrating a wedding anniversary or the anniversary of another year spent with your life partner, there is no better way to do this than by reigniting the flames of passion. You don't have to be extremely creative to achieve this goal—you simply need a tinge of desire and an open mind to make your anniversary unforgettable.

Serve Him Dinner

Throw the everyday routine out the window and serve him dinner in a more unique and tantalizing way. First you need to set the mood by lighting some candles and turning your most seductive CD on low. Set your table as you normally would, but before he walks through the door, be sure you have changed into something more comfortable. There are a variety of items to choose from including a French maid's uniform minus the stockings and panties, a kitchen apron with nothing underneath, or one of his ties loosely hanging around your neck with nothing to accompany it. As you hear his footsteps draw near, make yourself the centerpiece. Chances are, you will be the main course and the dessert before you can utter the words, "Happy Anniversary."

Buy Her a Book

Many women love to read, so a book is a wonderful anniversary gift. However, War and Peace isn't the book you should purchase. "Burning Up: Tales of Erotic Romance," would make a much better gift for her on your anniversary. It contains four, steamy erotic stories guaranteed to heat things up in the bedroom. When you give it to her, include a stipulation--she must read you a bedtime story from the book after dinner. Your anniversary celebration will explode with ecstasy once the first few lines are read aloud.

Play a Game

While "Monopoly," and "Scrabble," are both great board games when you want to spend some quality time together, you need something a bit more exciting for your anniversary. Board games such as "An Enchanting Evening," "Be My Lover," and "1,000 Sex Games For Adults," will guide you through new types of foreplay and sexual positions that are sure to keep you busy until the next morning. With entertainment like this, you may just feel like you are on your honeymoon again.

About the Author

Based in Jamestown, Pa., Hannah Rice Myers has more than 10 years of experience as a freelance writer, specializing in the health industry. Many of her articles have appeared in newspapers, as well as "Curing Epilepsy: Hope Through Research." Rice Myers received her master's degree in nursing from Upstate Medical University in 2001.