This book is a must-read for any woman
who wants to renew and revive her relationship.
“Be the Other Woman” is a deliciously-naughty but surprisingly wise little tome. I suspect the only thing more fun than reading it is the real-life application of its instructive advice.
Though written in an engaging, humorous “girlfriend” style, it takes its general purpose and subject matter quite seriously. This essential manual covers a host of topics, ranging from the timeless power of spontaneous flirtation to romantic “dates” to blush-inducing sexual techniques in the bedroom (or anywhere else you fancy). In between lie the finer points of lingerie-wearing, mood-setting, phone seduction, realized fantasies, edibles and aphrodisiacs, pole-dancing, the use of—well, you’ll just have to find out when you read the book. You won’t be disappointed.
This cheeky guide to keeping your man from looking elsewhere for love lives up to its risqué cover image, offering advice on everything from what to wear around the house (something pretty—at least once a week; matching bra and underpants—always; and no “god-awful” granny panties—ever!), the power of a languorous kiss (“there’s a reason it costs more to kiss a prostitute”).
Tampa native, author, and eternal romantic Karen Holder followed her dream and in 1986 opened a quaint lingerie boutique on the grounds of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem and later moved “Karen’s Beautiful Things” to Charlotte N.C. She and her husband now reside in Charleston S.C. Holder credits her instinct and experience with all things romantic as the catalyst for “Be The Other Woman….”
This cheeky guide to keeping your man from looking elsewhere for love lives up to its risque cover image, offering advice on everything from what to wear around the house (something pretty-at least once a week, matching bra and underpants-always, and no "god-awful"" granny panties-ever!), the power of a languorous kiss ("there's a reason it costs more to kiss a prostitute").