A British coffee brand is marketing its product to women by means of videos of sexy men reading out loud. Apparently you're supposed to make yourself a coffee and enjoy some classic or modern literature brought out by a certain publisher. Funnily enough, although there are actually a good few translations on offer, they're all out of French or Russian. Presumably German books are too turgid and unsexy to sell hot beverages.
Meanwhile, as a paper I wouldn't normally read reports, the coffee-makers have commissioned a survey and found out that people lie when asked what they do in bed. Seven out of ten men, we're told, regularly read to their wives and girlfriends to help them relax before going to sleep. Yeah, right.
Anyway, if you're feeling communicative, why not suggest a nice German book for reading aloud to help wives and girlfriends relax before going to sleep. My suggestion would be Ralf Rothmann's Feuer brennt nicht, which I didn't dare review here because it's so downright chock-a-block with sex.