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How to Satisfy a Woman Every Time--And Have Her Beg for More!by Naura Hayden
The practical best-selling guide for men, available for the first time on CD. Before writing her immensely popular guide to satisfying women in bed, Naura Hayden interviewed close to 500 women and discovered that all of them had faked an orgasm during sex at some point in their lives, and that 60 percent of them faked orgasm every time they had sex. What these
The practical best-selling guide for men, available for the first time on CD. Before writing her immensely popular guide to satisfying women in bed, Naura Hayden interviewed close to 500 women and discovered that all of them had faked an orgasm during sex at some point in their lives, and that 60 percent of them faked orgasm every time they had sex. What these women need is not another fancy sex manual full of complicated positions, she thought, but a simple, straightforward book written by a woman, for men, explaining why their partners are faking orgasms, and what to do about it. Hayden matter-of-factly explores many of the myths men tend to believe about what a woman really wants in bed. She explains what turns women off, what turns them on, and gives explicit, foolproof instructions any man can follow on how to give his partner earth-shattering orgasms during intercourse every time. Hayden also discusses the importance of love and commitment in sexual relationships, marriage, romantic fantasies, and the sexually energizing benefits of good health. A more practical, no-nonsense guide to the secrets of giving and receiving sexual pleasure has yet to be written.
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- 4.90(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.40(d)
Meet the Author
NAURA HAYDEN is an actress, singer, and author of five best-selling books, including Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Energy, But Were Too Weak to Ask, and Isle of View (Say It Out Loud). She lives in Manhattan.
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This is like all the other self help diy takes practice to be perfect.
THIS BOOK WAS SOOOOO GOOD IT MADE ME WANT TO HAVE SEX WITH ANOTHER WOMAN
! There are three huge problems with this book. The first is that you can read this entire book cover-to-cover and not end up any wiser. The only thing it tells you "exactly how" to do is a simpleton technique that will only work on some women. By the way, that's in Chapter three. Beyond that, nothing beyond what most virgins would already know. For instance, the chapters dedicated to saying simple things like "fantasies are good" or "teasing can be fun". This is proof that you can't judge a book by its cover.. Secondly, half the book is the author bragging about the quality of her advice in Chapter 3. Give me a break, lady. It wasn't that good. If you thought I enjoyed it, don't worry... I was only faking it!! Of course, THE most annoying thing about this book is that Naura Hayden was using it as an advertising outlet!! She blatantly rambles about how good her other books "The Big Bang Theory" and "Aisle of View" are throughout the whole piece. And she doesn't stop there. In Chapter 7 ("A Healthy Body"), she is selling her "Dynamite Energy Shake," which she invented and markets. In fact, she even gives you the telephone number (and hours of operation) you need to order it direct, stating that the product has "changed her life completely." This book is not a collection of explicit tips and techniques as it claims. Not at all, in fact. This book is a disappointment, to say the least. I'm glad I found it in the clearance bin for $1 at a local store. Even at one dollar, I still feel ripped off...
My experience was. I read it in the store, went home and tried it. She reacted just like the book said she would and even said what the book said she might say. It worked for me (or should I say her).
Basically a technique that would work on a (small?) cross section of women. Reader wasn't impressed.