Truth Revealed About "Text the Romance Back" by Michael Fiore

Can you really use text messages to reignite the spark in your marriage? One dating columnist claims you can, and he has the course to prove it. Review tests the validity behind those claims

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In a recent presentation of Text the Romance Back, celebrity host Rachel Ray said, “That excited me!” in response to one of Fiore’s texts.

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 16, 2012

Dating columnist Michael Fiore recently published his online course, Text the Romance Back, to positive reviews amongst happily married men. The book, which contains romance guidance for married men through using their cell phones, covers several “hot topics” that garnered very positive reviews for the product.

Fiore, who made a name for himself as a copywriter, hung his shingle to begin selling his romance wisdom earlier this year. Since then, he’s made appearances on such notable television shows as Rachel Ray and has become an Amazon Best-Selling author.

Text the Romance Back is Fiore’s masterpiece on using text messaging "spice up" marriages. The book details the importance of language for eliciting a woman’s sexual desire.

Fiore is a self-proclaimed texting expert, claiming his married friends had begged him to spare his secrets to reignite the spark in their marriages. In a recent presentation of Text the Romance Back, celebrity host Rachel Ray said, “That excited me!” in response to one of Fiore’s texts. (To see Rachel Ray react to Fiore, click HERE.)

While some skeptics have questioned Fiore’s methods, others swear by Text the Romance Back. One devotee claimed the course saved his marriage.

Most married men agree that the course is useful in exciting their wives and turning them on. For married men who want to reignite the passion in their marriage, Michael Fiore just may have just what they're looking for. To Learn More, Click HERE.


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