Jenny Hare - ASK: the 1000 most-asked questions about Love - Octopus

ASK: the 1000 most-asked questions about Love

By Jenny Hare

  • Paperback
  • £7.99

Cute, small and chunky format that demands picking up. Attractive modern design. Chaptered and indexed for easy navigation. Addresses the common problems that worry us all from time to time in our relationships. Perfect gift. Good price point.

This compact book promises to answer the 1000 most-asked questions that can confound almost everyone in their intimate and day-to-day relationships with friends, lovers and partners. Jenny, using her experience as an agony aunt, addresses all those questions of love that have troubled her many readers over the years. Learn how to tell your partner that you aren't satisfied with your sex together; why your Mr Right always turns into Mr Wrong; why you never seem to find a potential Mr Right, and why, when you do, you won't allow yourself to be loved. Turn your love life around, for the better, with Ask: Love.

Biographical Notes

Jenny Hare is a writer and psychosexual counsellor who has been the agony aunt for Woman's Weekly for the past 14 years. Her books include Think Love, Free your Life from Fear, Orgasms and How to Have Them and Think Sex.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781846012938
  • Publication date: 02 Feb 2009
  • Page count: 448
  • Imprint: Spruce
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