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If you are naturally flirty, like myself, you will love this book because it will make you realize every wrong "flirt" move you have been making (even though you think you've been doing it right, but lets be honest, you haven't).
Or, if you are not flirty and shy away from boys, this book is an absolute must and I strongly urge you to purchase a copy solely for the sake of yourself and your social life. It's not right to not flirt, nor is it healthy. However, if you are going to flirt make sure you do it right and follow Eve Marx's steps to becoming the perfect and most desirable flirt. Her fun flirt quizzes will allow you to see which flirting style fits you best and the appropriate dating steps, especially if you are on a first date. Because, come on, who doesn't freak on a first date or freeze with their words? Learn how to overcome stuttering and take your undesirable personality to a whole new level of fun and interesting, not to mention slightly arousing. If luck is on your side and you've got your Marx facts memorized, who knows what could happen? ;-)
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Okay, I am 27, attractive, single in Chicago, but only seemed to have luck meeting men online. It became clear; I flirt as well as the hippos in the zoo in the winter.
So I hopped on Amazon, bought a few titles on flirting, including this one.
It wasn't very well organized, had too much info to digest, and most of the rote rules I knew already. Instead of telling me to make eye contact, how about telling me if I should smile or not when I do it? How to hold my head when I do so?
It's like that. Flirting tips that seem to be right out of Redbook, not helpful to the hopeless such as myself. As the previous reviewer said, for the naturally flirty types, this might help you stop some of the wrong things you do.
For us hopeless women, I recommend: Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man [Hardcover] By: Dan Anderson (Author), Maggie Berman (Author)
I know, a sex-tips book seems weird, but it covers everything you need to know about interacting with men, and who better to ask than a man? That book has more easy information, details, and better pictures and descriptions on how to do flirting.
You probably already know HOW to flirt, but this book does give you encouragement to practice your flirting on a regular basis....even if you're married. Flirting doesn't mean making out with everybody you meet. Just engaging in conversation. It's a fun read anyway.
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Eve Marx, a former editor of Penthouse Forum is best known for her sex and dating advice as author of Read My Hips: The Sexy Art of Flirtation, and 101 Things You Didn't Know About Sex. She is a columnist for the Bedford Record Review, and a contributor to Bedford Magazine. She is an avid equestrian. Beddington Place: Watch Your Back, Cover Your Tracks, is her debut novel.