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So, you have gotten through the mire of dating and all of its issues. Now that you are in a committed relationship, you have got nothing left to do but ride the wave to the shore, right? Well, that would just be anticlimactic, would it not? Unfortunately the work does not end here. You can never get too comfortable in your relationships or in life, really. There are things that should be done to keep the fire ablaze to make sure that you are the only one he sees.

The game of cat and mouse should continue well beyond dating and the early years of a monogamous bond. Keeping your relationship exciting is going to keep the interest of your man and, quite frankly, yours as well. This book will cover practical ways to keep your relationship fresh in order to ensure that he is looking only at you. I will take you through the basic and common things that happen and teach you how to deal with them in a very effectual way.

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What would have made What Men Want: How to Be the Only One He Sees better?

I literally could not finish this 30 minute audible book because the narrator sounds like a robot.

What was most disappointing about Nelson John’s story?

What I heard sounded pretty standard. Nothing new or special.