How to make Wild, Passionate Love to your Man
by Jacqueline George
What every woman needs to know to make her man happy
Every woman makes love to her man with her heart, but just where do you learn how to do it with your mind and body too? Here is a chance to peep into the sexy world between your man's ears, and lots of practical advice on what to do to drive him wild.
Now you can be the most skillful lover he has ever experienced...
An amazing and intellectually entertaining book. A complete 'how to' for women who feel a little out of their depth in the world of size zero's. This book is for all women, all shapes and sizes and gives an empowering pep-talk to reassure us that we can look beautiful and be attractive to our man - with just a little effort.
The narrative is pacy, fun and very well written. Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. It's full of practical advice, some of which makes you rhetorically reply - 'Yes I know that! - But why didn't I remember to do it?' There is also a very believable exposition on how men think. I frequently found myself nodding and laughing out loud at some of the things I recognised.
Definitely worth a read. And five stars from me! Sam Stone, author of Killing Kiss
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About the Author
Jacqueline lives in the far north of Queensland, Australia, on the shores of the Coral Sea. She has a house built for the tropical climate - on tall stilts and with walls that open to let the breeze blow through.
She lives with her husband who is easily managed, and her marmalade cat Rudy who definitely isn't. Jacqueline writes romantic stories because she is an unrepentant romantic at heart. She also loves travelling to interesting places and meeting new people, and they find a place in her stories too.
When she is not writing, she is kept busy by her garden which is still maturing. Right now her coconut trees look young and untidy but come back in five years and they will be towering over the house. And what could be more romantic than a coconut palm?
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|Serious and funny too Oct 24, 2012
by Cath Freely
I'd heard about this book from a friend, and I am am glad I bought it. Not what I expected at all. Lots of good information and it had me laughing as well. I'm going to have a good think about this, and read it again.
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