Merrill Markoe's Guide to Love
When Merril Markoe looked back on her decidedly checkered romantic past, she decided, in the name of women everywhere, to set out on a quest for the holy grail of true love. The result is Merrill Markoe's Guide to Love, which goes boldly where no book has ever dared -- from a hands-on oral-sex class to a consultation with LaToya Jackson's psychic. Markoe discloses the "Secrets of Seduction" -- who knew that oven mitts can make intercourse more fun? -- and visits a "love channeler" who delivers advice from his alter-ego Shontee, who lives 250,000 years in the future. Having scaled a mountain of Hallmark poetry and "breast enhancers," Markoe has proven herself a guerrilla in the struggle for love. Coming in comic aid to women in distress everywhere, Merrill Markoe's Guide to Love is a brazen and brilliantly funny take on love and sex in the self-help world of the nineties.
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MERRILL MARKOE'S GUIDE TO LOVEUser Review - Kirkus
Markoe (How to Be Hap-Hap-Happy Like Me, 1994), a columnist and Emmy Awardwinning former writer for David Letterman, is like a sassy friend who's fun to spend time with—although maybe not too much ... Read full review
MERRILL MARKOES GT LOVEUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
With four EmmysR to her credit--not to mention a history of bad relationships--humorist Markoe claims to have the answers for anyone curious about love. Read full review
What Is Love A Very Broad Overview
What Causes Love?
The BeginningEarly Signs of Interest The Good the Bad and the Terrifying
How to Become Irresistible to the Opposite Sex
Why Cant a Woman Have Sex Like a Man?
Man into Putty
Warped Perspective Love and Sex on the Astral Plane
Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places
Learning to Live a Lie
Looking Forward to Disappointment
Getting To I Do
The Pet Psychic Cometh
Marriage What the Hell Is Going On Exactly?
Speed Seduction The Cliff Notes
Dating Phase Two?
Finding Your Perfect Mate
Tips on Dating a Crazy Person
What the Movies Taught Me