What Southern Women Know About Flirting: The Fine Art of Social, Courtship, and Seductive Flirting to Get the Best Thingsin Life

Overview

Ronda Rich, a true Southern belle, enlightens women on the age-old art of flirting—an art that any woman can master. She reveals the techniques and secrets for making the most of every woman’s natural female instincts—whether at home, in the office, or in any social situation that calls for a little extra honeysuckle. With good humor, real-life anecdotes, and plenty of savvy know-how, Ronda shows readers how to:

• Win others over with grace, confidence, and charm
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Overview

Ronda Rich, a true Southern belle, enlightens women on the age-old art of flirting—an art that any woman can master. She reveals the techniques and secrets for making the most of every woman’s natural female instincts—whether at home, in the office, or in any social situation that calls for a little extra honeysuckle. With good humor, real-life anecdotes, and plenty of savvy know-how, Ronda shows readers how to:

• Win others over with grace, confidence, and charm
• Master the art of social, courtship, and romantic flirting (and know the differences between them)
• Use sincere flattery to get you everywhere
• Be a good storyteller and a good listener
• Exude courtesy, gratitude, and kindness as you truly connect with others

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In the North, flirting is an impulse; in the South, it's an art form. Ronda Rich's What Southern Women Know About Flirting is an engaging guide to honeysuckle and mint julep seduction. Rich's advice is sensible but not always obvious; she describes the differences, for instance, between social flirting, courtship flirting, and romantic flirting. This primer on sincere flattery will get you everywhere.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780399532528
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/1/1996
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 850,306
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.06 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Ronda Rich

Ronda Rich is the author of What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should) and a novel, The Town That Came A-Courtin'. She is an eleventh-generation Southerner who firmly believes that charm disarms. In her weekly syndicated newspaper column, "Dixie Divas," she writes humorously and poignantly about the South and its women. Ronda, who lives in Gainesville, Georgia, is a daily devotee of the fine art of flirtation.

To visit her web page go to: http://www.southernallure.com

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  • Posted August 29, 2011

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    Such a witty and fun read! Every little story Ronda talked about in this book is something Southern women can relate to!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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