Tips and tricks for romancing your husband for a passionate marriage
Learning the art of flirting with your husband can do wonders in keeping your marriage exciting and more interesting. Flirting with your husband makes him feel wanted. And that will likely hype his passion and desire for you, creating less friction when it comes to you getting what you need and want. This creates a snowball effect of passion and spontaneous, instinctive expressions of love that are both intriguing and natural to you both.
You might not have even thought about flirting with your husband anymore after getting married or being married for several years. But the fact of the matter is, if you make him feel loved and needed, he is going to be so much more motivated to make you feel the same in return. You will be pleasingly amazed by the incredible transformation he goes through when you make an effort to flirt with him.
In this book you will discover:
101 ideas on how you can get the most of your husband's love, attention, and affection every waking moment
How to flirt in a way that awakens your marriage into a passionate marriage full of desire and expressions of love
How to seduce your husband to greatness
How to awaken new desire in a sexless marriage beyond the art of flirting
And much more!
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Easy Ideas -- Or Reminders to Keep Connected
Her voice was smooth and very nice and I would listen to more by Lia without hesitation.
This audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review ***
Super fast listen -- if you are commuting to work, or taking a jog, walking the dog - this book is perfect. It can be listened to in chunks but being only a half an hour in length, you probably won't need to.
The ideas the author gives are good ones - and a lot of them will really be reminders, I think we all do things at the beginning of a relationship that get dropped along the way -- not because they aren't nice, but because life happens. But they are worth making the effort over and easy to do; like one example "Kiss him when the light turns red at a stoplight" - sweet, easy gestures that go a long way to staying connected.
I enjoyed the list, and with 101 ideas everybody will find some things they will want to try out (or try again :)
- ReadMeAStory "Milo's Sidekick"
From a man's perspective
- John R. Foutch