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Sometimes, we just don’t wanna. “I come home, make dinner for the kids, help them with their homework, clean up, watch TV, and get the kids to bed. Then I try to go to sleep real quick to avoid sex,” admits Jayme, a twenty-something retailer. And she’s not alone: At one time or another, most of us are too busy to get busy. But as bestselling sex author Laura Corn points out, making time for sex is as important as eating, exercising, or talking with our partners. “Instead of thinking of it as an extra in your life, an extra that often becomes an afterthought, sex should be an integral part of a healthy, well-rounded diet, not only for you as a person, but also for your relationship.” To get closer, more connected relationships -- along with healthier skin, fitter bodies, and longer lives -- we’ve got to make time to make love.
In this book, Corn offers us a 28-day plan for getting lust back in our lives. It’s Jenny Craig for your libido: Corn provides her readers with a calendar (so we can schedule sex with dirty notes), a “spice menu” (so we learn funky-hot tricks), and Corn’s secret ingredient. All we need to add is our own commitment to have sex -- four times a week, in as many positions as possible -- for one month. Corn promises that on this “diet,” we’ll all get our groove back -- and look better to boot. (Jesse Gale)