Stafford, VA (PRWEB) February 23, 2012
Mother Nature designed women to be much happier than they are. The Happiest Women by author Edmund Raynor is a work list for men to make the magic happen. Men have to work hard for just a little while, to create a radiant wife.
Raynor shares, “This is a book that will help your wife be as happy as she can be. You can make her happier by removing many of the things that keep her from being happy. I can promise every man that works this program; he will be a better companion for his wife, and she will be happier than she was.”
With topics ranging from PMS, glowing, making love vs. sex, intimacy, pillow talk, size matters, having children, complications, and a lot more, this book helps couples by strengthening their relationship and enriching their lives, even turning them into marriage councilors for their friends. A topic on what the French call “Petite Mort” or the little death is also explored within its pages.
Ultimately, The Happiest Women explains how the man can earn his woman’s trust and become a nice guy.
The suggestions in this book are easy to understand and apply. Any man that is willing to do what is necessary can do them. He can say it’s too much work, but he can’t say he does not know what to do.
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About the Author
“In my professional life I had the opportunity to interview many women. They were not as happy as they thought they would be. Their dreams did not come true. I heard the women say that an unselfish man that cares for them can be a dream maker. A man can change himself and his wife. A man can have the happiest woman in weeks. I have never met a woman that this would not change for the better. The magic ingredient is a man that is willing to try.”—Raynor
The Happiest Woman * by Edmund Raynor
Publication Date: February 8, 2012
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-9484-9
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