He Comes Next

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Harper Collins, Oct 13, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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Transform Yourself from "Passion Victim" to Passionista!

In the smash hit She Comes First, Ian Kerner singlehandedly waged battle against male sexual "ill-cliteracy," and women everywhere benefited from his "viva la vulva" philosophy of female pleasure. Now, in Passionista, it's time to learn all about what turns men on—and makes them stay on. In this point-by-point, "blow-by-blow" guide, Kerner makes giving as much fun as receiving as he covers every angle of male sexuality, unlocks the secrets of satisfaction, and offers knowledgeable answers to the questions every woman wonders about. His advice is the closest you'll ever come to waking up in a guy's skin and knowing what truly makes him sexually tick.

Written in the same witty, insightful, and utterly readable voice that has made She Comes First and Be Honest—You're Not That Into Him Either so popular, Passionista is the empowered woman's guide to enjoying sex to the fullest—and ensuring that he does the same.

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Ian Kerner Knows His Stuff!

User Review  - slydoggie03 - Overstock.com

While I think his previous book She Comes First is tops Passionistas is a great follow up and rounds out the two books major topic among other things information. His writing style is funny ... Read full review

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I can't believe some found this boring! I found it extremely helpful in taking everything in the bedroom to really high levels of satisfaction for both partners. Making him anticipate for so long, enjoying the journey as much if not more than the destination. It's information that no man had communicated to me before, and if you don't have the info, you just flounder around wondering what might work. It's incredible to be able to make your partner feel so amazing!  

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About the author (2009)

Ian Kerner, Ph.D., is a sex therapist and New York Times bestselling author of numerous books. He contributes regularly to Today and lives in New York City with his wife and two young sons.

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