For Women Who Want to Win at Love
While it may be considered taboo, any woman married, single, or otherwise should feel good about her decision to take a lover. How To Pick a Lover is a groundbreaking book written to help women have meaningful and rewarding love affairs. How do you choose a lover? There are no time-honored rules, Greek chorus, or yenta to tell you what qualities to look for or how to avoid potential minefields. Literature is ripe with cautionary tales about bad things that happen to good women who stoop to the "folly" of taking a lover. And traditionally, a womans sexuality has been secondary to that of a mans. How To Pick a Lover takes you on a journey of self-discovery, exploring your right to emotional and sexual fulfillment including the option of having a lover. Many of your attitudes and beliefs about courting and being courted will be challenged throughout the pages of this book. In return, you will gain insights into the attributes and behaviors of men positive and negative that you must pay attention to if you are to pick a lover that is right for you.
MoEEEA'HoN. ANE. MEIDTUCRTTT: UN. LET'HNG. Go. I have not heen afraid of
excess: excess on occasion is exhilarating. It prevents moderationfrom acquiring
the deadening efl'iect of a hahit. —W. Somerset Maugham Having sex, even
having quite nice orgasms, can be a relative cerebral experience. The sensations
are nice, but not astounding; the emotions are interesting, but not profound. The
act may be sort of interesting, but not fascinating, and certainly not awesome or ...