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Kyle Cathie Limited, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 93 pages
Since the beginning of time, lovers have longed to discover anything that would heighten sexual performance and enhance desire. Now, Aphrodisiac takes a new look at the subject, exploring the erotic potential of all our senses—sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste. It updates the notion of what constitutes sex appeal and suggests imaginative ways of stimulating the libido and thrilling one's partner. Enhanced with luscious photographs and replete with amorous enticements, Aphrodisiac is the perfect romantic gift. Marion McGilvary is a journalist whose work has appeared in Vogue and Marie Claire.

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Marion McGilvary was restaurant critic for the Financial Times for three years and was short-listed for a Glenfiddich Food and Drink Award. She has written for numerous publications in the UK, including The Times, The Observer, Vogue, Marie Claire, Women's Journal, and GQ. She has written and illustrated several children's books and is the author of two books based on her columns in the Times and Observer. She lives in London.

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