How To Drive Your Man Wild In Bed

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Ebury Publishing, Mar 30, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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ARE YOU REALLY GOOD IN BED?

Women are capable of getting more fun out of sex than men. Even if you're not the world's most confident lover, the pleasure potential is within you. Read this book and find out how you can:

·realise your erotic potential

·discover what a man wants from you in bed - and how to give it to him

·find out how to get - and keep - the man you want

This book is a course in sexual self-improvement. It tells you how erotic technique, diet, psychology and understanding can build the sex life you already have into something even more satisfying and successful. So, stimulate your sexual imagination, fling off your inhibitions and set in motion all the passion, sensuality and fun at your command.

SURPRISE YOURSELF - AND DRIVE HIM WILD!

How to drive Your Man Wild in Bed has sold over 100,000 copies. This completely updated edition has been rewritten and edited by Liz Coldwell, editor of Forum - Britain's best-known magazine about sex.

'Superb. A godsend. Spells out all the techniques of being a good lover.' Kate Taylor, GQ

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About the author (2010)

Writer Graham Masterton was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on January 16, 1946. He received training as a newspaper reporter and edited the British men's magazine Mayfair. At the age of 24, he was the executive editor of Penthouse and Penthouse Forum. During this time, he started writing sex how-to books. In 1976, he published is first horror novel The Manitou and has written over thirty-five more over the years. He has received numerous awards including a Special Edgar by the Mystery Writers of America for Charnel House, a Silver Medal by the West Coast Review of Books for Mirror, and the Prix Julia Verlanger for Family Portrait. He has also written four collections of short stories and is the author of the Rook series. He currently lives with his wife in Cork, Ireland.

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