• Real Sex Does Not Come from a Website

  • The Rewards of Pursuing Your Wife
  • By: Andrew Fox
  • Narrated by: Andrew Fox
  • Length: 2 hrs and 31 mins
  • Abridged
  • Release date: 02-18-10
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • 2.6 (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What man doesn't want to talk about sex? Yet in our sex-drenched society, what man knows where to go to get the best sex? The choice of literature men have on this subject is either overbearing in its limitations or overly liberal in its unlimited approach regarding sex. What if neither approach is right?
Real Sex Doesn't Come from a Website is frank and in-your-face wisdom on what every man wants, which leads to what every woman wants in surprising ways.
Author Andrew Fox shows men how directing their energy toward their wives is more satisfying than any sexual fantasy. His approach is refreshing and even humorous, as he employs ancient and modern imagery that every man identifies with to show us that we are not alone in our quest for real manhood. Real Sex Doesn't Come from a Website will be tough to put down, especially if you are a man.
©2009 Andrew Fox (P)2009 Tate
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By Andrew on 05-14-15

Warning, book is not what it appears to be.

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This book is a promotion of the religion of the author disguised as a self-improvement book. If a book is religion based, it should be listed as such in the book's description.

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