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Overview "A Wife's Little Red Book" shows women that they can have it all. Whether readers are looking to tie the knot or keep it from tangling around them, author Robert Ackerman shares surprising secrets from more than 500 men about what they desire in and appreciate about their wives.
Over 200,000 husbands found the way to their wives' hearts in A Husband's Little Black Book. Today, A Wife's Little Red Book gives women the answers to marital bliss. Whether you are looking to tie the knot or keep it from tangling around you, author Robert Ackerman shares surprising secrets from more than 500 men about what they desire in and appreciate about their wives. Don't remind him that he's losing hair, tape his favorite TV show when he works late, let him watch the last five minutes of the game without interruption, ask him to slow dance. From the naughty to the nice, the playful to the practical, each page of wit and wisdom fuels the feminine imagination for new ways to rekindle romance. Whether you're toasting your silver anniversary or coaching a consummate bachelor to say 'I do, ' this little book will make a big difference in your life.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.12" Width: 4.06" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1998
ISBN 1558745521 ISBN13 9781558745520 UPC 031448006958
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More About Robert Ackerman
Dr. Robert J. Ackerman is the author of Perfect Daughters. A professor of sociology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, he lives in Indiana, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Kimberly, and their three children.
Robert Ackerman was born in 1935 and has an academic affiliation as follows - University of the Arts, Philadelphia.