Redbook's 500 Great Dates: Creative, Fun, and Sexy Ways to Spend Time Together

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Sterling Pub., 2007 - Family & Relationships - 215 pages
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Married couples know that making time for each other is a must for keeping their connection strong. Just look at the exclusive poll for proof: half of the magazine’s readers make it a habit to "date” their husbands regularly, and another 25 percent go out together at least once a month. Fortunately, it doesn’t matter if the date’s fancy, expensive or elaborate: just getting a chance to be together, catch up, and shut out the noise of everyday life works its magic. And that’s where this imaginative guide comes in. It’s got an incredible 500 ideas that go way beyond the usual dinner-and-a-movie outing. Written in a down-to-earth style, it features fun advice, super-helpful checklists, and even date "ratings” (from "D” for down-and-dirty to "S” for sweetly romantic. Real couples weigh in with their own stories and experiences, too. From moonlit canoe rides to romantic poetry readings, from dual massages during an elaborate spa weekend to last-minute activities that don’t cost a penny, these think-out-of-the-box ideas will heat up any marriage!

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500 Great Dates: Creative, Fun, and Sexy Ways to Spend Time Together

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Just for fun comes this imaginative little guide offering suggestions for simple, fancy, energetic, or romantic ways for couples to enjoy each other's company. Sussman (Love Your Sex Life!: The Busy ... Read full review


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Not really what I wanted...description made it out to be something it really isnt. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Lisa Sussman is a writer & columnist specializing in relationship & sex issues. Her work has appeared in such magazines as "Cosmopolitan" & "New Woman". She is the author of "Over 100 Truly Astonishing Sex Tips", "Orgasms: Over 100 Truly Explosive Tips", & "Over 100 Ways to Get a Man".

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