86 Red hot lessons on life, love, men and (especially) sex
In her seven years as editor-in-chief of popular women's magazine, Cosmopolitan, Kate White has learned a lot about what women want. Whether it's landing a great job or enjoying great sex, Kate has the inside scoop! In her new book, 'How to Set His Thighs on Fire', she spills the beans on everything from life, love, men and especially sex.
Kate offers old-fashioned, commonsense and intelligent advice on career development, time management, sexuality and appearance - all packaged in sassy and entertaining episodes. She also dishes the dirt on celebrities and other important types. Chapters range from the sensible ('Guys have sex fears, too') to downright silly ('How to Get Awesome Cleavage').
Loaded with celebrity tidbit, personal anecdotes, and expert commentary, 'How to Set His Thighs on Fire' reveals the following secrets about men, sex and relationships:The special touches that double a man's pleasure in bed
How to knock someone's socks off
the 9 best ways to meet guys
Why it's important to think like a bitch but talk like Bambi
The most ignored moan zone on a man's body
Why you should toss out the 5-year plan you've made for your life
The reason it's smart not to be your love partner's soul mate
... and loads more.
In addition to being an author, Kate White is the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan. Kate began her career as an editorial assistant at Glamour magazine and later became a feature writer and columnist. Kate White became editor-in-chief of Cosmo in 1998. She recently received the Matrix award, which honours 'extraordinary achievements of outstanding women in the communication field'.
Author: Kate White
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