How to Have Great Sex

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Random House, Feb 4, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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When you want to buy or rent your dream home, you go to an estate agent. When you want to learn to cook, you buy a recipe book from TV's latest celebrity chef. But who is there for you when you want to learn about having great sex? Or when you want to revive a flagging sex life?

How to Have Great Sex is the answer. This step-by-step guide takes you from the underrated pleasures of a good snog through to the best positions for having that quickie in a forbidden place and gives you all the advice you need on:

- How to initiate sex
- How to talk dirty
- How to give and get great oral sex
- How to enjoy casual, safe sex
- How to make love to the same partner for the rest of your life

Whether you are a novice wanting to move on from the basics of the missionary position, or an experienced lover aching to know how to pep up your sex life, you'll find it all explained between these sheets in explicit, intimate, fun and supersexy detail.

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About the author (2010)

Jo Hemmings is a trained behavioural psychologist and relationship coach for magazines including Glamour, Men's Health and Cosmopolitan. She also has a weekly column on body language in More magazine. She writes regularly for the national press and is a dating advisor to a number of leading internet dating sites and event organisers. She has appeared on a number of TV shows and is a regular contributor to Radio 4's Woman's Hour. She was Big Brother 8's Behavioural Psychologist, on Big Brother on the Couch on Channel 4. She also runs her own company: