Cheating: How to Do It Right- a Guide for Women
'I haven't orgasmed in months. He's never home. I'm just not happy anymore. Should I go? Will I find anyone better? Should I cheat? Would it make me a bad person? What if he finds out? Am I ready to let him go? 'Sound familiar? As it turns out, you're not alone. In a 2006 US study, 72% of men and 68% of women said they would cheat if they'd never be caught. Yet there's been no guide, no manual -- until NOW!Marleen Marylin Mour's "Cheating: How to Do it Right - A Guide for Women" delivers a uniquely judgement-free perspective on cheating. This no-nonsense, easy-to-ready guide holds your hand from the beginning to the end of your unconventional journey.with real-life anecdotes and saucy details on every page, this guide reveals everything you need to know including how to:* 'Get off the fence'* Keep your secret,* Select a playmate,* Manage the relationship,* Deal with the guilt* Call it quits & much more!Thinking of cheating?Here's how to do it right, if at all...
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