Sex: How to Get More of It: A Guy's Roadmap to Paradise, in and Out of the Bedroom

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How can you make your woman happy and also get what you need? Believe it or not, it's not impossible! And it doesn't cost more than a couple of bucks here and there--no trips to Italy or expensive jewelry required.

In this handbook, which I've kept intentionally short and to-the-point, you will get insight into how women think so that you can speak and behave in a way that will reignite her passion for you. To help you with this I've come up with THE LIST which contains 20 easy ...

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Overview

How can you make your woman happy and also get what you need? Believe it or not, it's not impossible! And it doesn't cost more than a couple of bucks here and there--no trips to Italy or expensive jewelry required.

In this handbook, which I've kept intentionally short and to-the-point, you will get insight into how women think so that you can speak and behave in a way that will reignite her passion for you. To help you with this I've come up with THE LIST which contains 20 easy things you can do to make your relationship happier, more peaceful, and full of love, romance and sex.

Ultimately, women want to feel safe, loved, appreciated and cherished. I'm going to give you the tools you need to help her feel exactly that.

Enjoy the handbook and I hope it helps bring you and your girl joy that will last a lifetime.

Praise for Jodi Ambrose's Books:

"This book is a much-needed idiot's guide to women. It is honest, frank, and funny. I wish more books on relationships were this straight-forward and witty. Jodi Ambrose gives practical, real-world advice without sounding preachy or patronizing. I have recommended this book to many men and women as I believe both genders will enjoy and learn a great deal from it." --Rachel Tighe, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Communication Studies, The University of Virginia's College at Wise

"Jodi Ambrose's books should be required reading for every clueless man and woman who does not understand what can make their relationships "click". Her books are not about blindly going along with what your partner thinks is right. Instead, Jodi Ambrose shows you simple ways to easily get in harmony with your loved one." --Joey Pinkney, Award-winning Book Reviewer and Author

"Jodi Ambrose reestablishes a connection between oft-mystified partners by revealing emotional necessities integral to the understanding of the differing sexes. Remarkable in their accessibility, both books avoid jargon in favor of practical-living advice. These books won't do the work for you, but they will give you the tools to get the job done yourself." --Philip Rosenberg, Host of Sex and Politics Radio

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Editorial Reviews

Joey Pinkney
These two books should be required reading for every clueless man and woman who do not understand what can make their relationships "click". Sex: How to Get More of It and Intimacy: How to Get More of It are not books about blindly going along with what your partner thinks is right. Instead, Jodi Ambrose shows you simple ways to easily get in harmony with your loved one.
Cyrus Webb
When it comes to starting a playful yet important conversation about sex and intimacy there's no need to go any further than books by Jodi Ambrose. Writing with both women and men in mind she covers all the bases of what it takes to develop the kind of relationship you want.
Dr. Rachel Tighe, Ph.D.
This book is a much-needed idiot’s guide to women. It is honest, frank, and funny. I wish more books on relationships were this straight-forward and witty. Jodi Ambrose gives practical, real-world advice without sounding preachy or patronizing. I have already recommended this book to many men and women as I believe both genders will enjoy and learn a great deal from it.
--Dr. Rachel Tighe, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Communication Studies, University of Virginia's College at Wise
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615443430
  • Publisher: In Your Face Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/28/2011
  • Pages: 40
  • Sales rank: 1,205,049
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.08 (d)

Meet the Author

Jodi Ambrose has three successful books that help you achieve happiness in every room in the house. From providing you with 20 easy steps to relationship happiness in her books Intimacy: How to Get More of It and Sex: How to Get More of it, to helping both the cooking-lover and cooking-hater make delicious food in Darn Good Eats: The Cookbook for Creative Chefs and Reluctant Cooks, Jodi believes that everyone should enjoy a happy and fulfilling life.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2012

    Great Book - Great Value!

    What a great book - insightful, funny, and refreshingly direct in how it addresses real relationships, not the B.S. we see on TV and in the movies. The author clearly has an understanding about the innermost workings of both the male and female minds, and this book would be of equal value to both sexes, even though targeted to men. Even if you just follow a few of the ideas in this book, you are bound to create a new spark (or rekindle an old one) in your relationship.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 21, 2012

    Although I am a divorced man, I thought I would get this book on

    Although I am a divorced man, I thought I would get this book on the off chance that I may meet someone else. I must say, had this book been available six years ago, it would have saved my marriage. Everything the author says in this book hits the nail on the head.

    She doesn't mince words, and some bits are laugh out loud and spit your drink out funny. She has made a book that tells you how to save a relationship, and made it completely readable with a list. As long as you follow that list then you can't go wrong (unless you have a psycho b*tch from hell in which case you have no chance).

    Her other book is written for women on how the man's mind work, but I am going to get it anyway so I can compare her book with what is in my head. I hope she is writing other books.

    THIS IS A MUST READ!!! (Especially if you want more sex)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 2, 2012

    Man is a simple animal, indeed. Everything that he wants or need

    Man is a simple animal, indeed. Everything that he wants or needs is procured through hunting and gathering. But what about one of the things that he is hardwired to need the most: sex? For sex, the path of least resistance usually intersects with legal issues, to say the least.

    Enter Jodi Ambrose to the rescue with the open dialogue within Sex: How to Get More of It. It's not a predator's handbook on how to snag his latest "conquest". Instead, it maps out the hows and the whys a man needs to understand in order to learn the nuances of the give and go of compromise with his female companion. This book is essentially the layman's guide to the psychology of women.

    Coming in at a brisk 30 pages, Sex: How to Get More of It is a quick read that is chock full of easy-to-understand information. Ambrose writes in a relaxed voice. She's not afraid to drop a curse word here or there to spice her witty banter. Don't let the wit and humor fool you, Ambrose really lets the male reader inside the inner-workings of a successful relationship with women in general.

    What did I like about this book? The brevity. The sensibility. For instance, Ambrose lets it be known that there are some instances that it's ok, and even pertinent, that you lie to keep a level of sanity in the relationship. (Q: "Does this [clothing item] make me look fat?" A: "No.") I really like Ambrose's conversational style. If you are easily offended by "adult" language, read Sex: How to Get More of It anyway because of the solid information.

    Joey Pinkney
    Book Reviewer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2011

    Read this! Read this now! Right now!

    Best book ever. Funny, smart, easy to read, honest and above all, right. I nodded my head the entire time I was reading this book. She really knows her stuff. Did I mention you should BUY THIS BOOK? Loved it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 30, 2011

    Saved my marriage--not kidding

    I bought the book cause I wanted to get more from my wife. It definitely helped me get that, but it also helped me see what my wife wants and why she wants it. I dont even have to spend lots of money to make her happy. The title of the book is not BS. I really do get more and its alot more fun. Plus she's happier which makes my life easier. Best 10 dollars I've ever spent.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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