The iPhone and iPad both come equipped with a pretty good ereader app, iBooks. If you bought your Guided Erotica ebooks from the App Store, that’s where you’ll find them with no extra effort required.
If you bought them here or of have them as an ePub file, you’ll need to sync them over manually in order to read them.
Note that if you use the Kindle app on your iPhone or iPad, you’ll use a different procedure to add these files to your Kindle library, which you can see here. It’s also worth noting that the Kindle uses MOBI ebooks, rather than ePubs. There’s no difference between them, other than compatibility with your favorite device/apps.
Sadly, this operation requires the awful, cumbersome digital headache that is iTunes. So the procedure below assumes you already have iTunes installed on your Mac or PC.
1) Launch iTunes
Open up iTunes on your computer. It doesn’t matter if you connect your iPhone or iPad yet, but you might as well in case it starts backing itself up. You might as well let it get that over with while you’re busy elsewhere.
Click the “File” menu, and select “Add to Library…”. Navigate to your Guided Erotica ePub file and select it. This adds the ebook to your iTunes library, but not to your iPhone or iPad, so we’re not quite finished yet.
2) Connect Your Device
Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer if you haven’t already, and it’ll appear in iTunes (eventually). When it’s finished syncing or backing up or doing five other necessarily complicated yet simple tasks, select your iPhone or iPad in the “Devices” section.
It now displays your device’s library.
3) Select and Sync
Open the “Books” tab and either select the “Sync All” radio button to sync every ebook in your iTunes library to your device, or go with the “Sync Selected” option that lets you choose specific ebooks to sync.
Once your made your selection of ebooks to send to your iPhone or iPad, click the “Sync” button. Once it’s finished, your Guided Erotica stories should be ready and waiting to get you hot and bothered in iBooks!
If you hate iTunes as much as I do, you might want to try this alternative.
Instead of syncing your ePub files the long winded way, you can email them to yourself (or whichever email address you can access on your iPhone/iPad) as an attachment, open the email on your device and tap the ePub file.
It should give your the option of opening the ebook in iBooks, and maybe in an alternative ereader app if you have one installed.