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More Than 1.6 Million Copies Sold!
Now Completely Revised and more Romantic than Ever

"Greg Godek explains how to get the Woo in wooing." -Cosmopolitan

Are you getting enough love, passion, fun, ROMANCE?

Here are hundreds and hundreds of ideas and resources for transforming your relationship into a vibrant, exciting love affair.

--Flirt shamelessly with your partner, IN PUBLIC . . .
--Write I LOVE YOU with soap on the bathroom mirror . . .
--STEAL a kiss, GIVE it back . . .

Plus much, much more, including gifts and gestures, setting the atmosphere, surprising your partner and the author's personal notes on the best of the best when it comes to ROMANCE.

"This book is different. It is practical. Pick it up. Pick a number between 1 and 1001. Do it . . . It will change your life!" -Wesley G., New York

Topics: Love, Marriage, Dating, Sex, Romantic, and How-To Guides

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ISBN: 9781402231544
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