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 Are you searching for a lifelong partner or a fun fling? Is the man you found destined to be your soul mate? What turns your lover on? The answers to these questions are revealed here--sign by sign--by Myrna Lamb, radio talk-show host and astrologer extraordinaire.

Through candid, explicit interviews with more than 1,200 men, Myrna Lamb backs up her astrological insights into love matches, relationships, and sexual preferences. Respondents to the survey open up their private lives to reveal intimate secrets that correspond remarkably to each sign of the zodiac. These real-life confessions will make you laugh out loud and maybe blush . . .

The Astrology of Great Gay Sex is a book that entertains and enlightens, offering new perspectives on compatibility, desire, and the search for that special guy. The best part? It includes a copy of the sex survey for you and your partner to discover--and fulfill--your own fantasies.
Published: Hampton Roads Publishing on
ISBN: 9781612832890
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