The Relationship Protocol

How to Talk, Defuse and Build Healthier Relationships
By Debra M. Roberts

The Relationship Protocol: How to Talk, Defuse and Build Healthier Relationships by Debra M. Roberts is a self-help book about how to communicate in relationships that might not be as good as they were, or as good as they could be. It can be a...

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The 70% Guy

Commitment without Ownership
By Chisel Phoenix

In The 70% Guy, Chisel Phoenix describes to us a world of dating unlike one we've ever known before. With digital technology, the world is an even smaller place. Who has time to be trapped in a monogamous relationship when there are countless other ways...

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The Love Fight

How Achievers & Connectors Can Build A Marriage that Lasts
By Tony Ferretti PhD,Peter J. Weiss MD

So many married couples find themselves in trouble without even knowing why. This book is a great way to help those people. The Love Fight: How Achievers & Connectors Can Build A Marriage that Lasts by Tony Ferretti and Peter J. Weiss explains a lot...

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The Year of the Frog

A Tattletale Fairytale
By Juls Amor

The Year of the Frog by Juls Amor is a true story of one woman’s life that is moving and inspirational at the same time as we follow Juls on her journey towards peace and happiness. Juls Amor is a woman is her forties who...

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Things Every Goddess Should Know

And We Are All Goddesses
By EJ Divitt

Things Every Goddess Should Know: And We Are All Goddesses by E.J. Divitt is an interesting book that celebrates the essence of being a woman and gives one the confidence to grow and evolve. The author tells readers about the advantages of being a woman...

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The Paris Diaries

By Marilyn Campiz

Live the story of Marilyn Campiz, a retired 20-year United States Air Force Staff and writer as she tells it in a first hand documented erotic and sensual love quest of entries she pursued in Paris. Trying to get away from the stereotypical way most...

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Tending Fences

Building Safe and Healthy Relationship Boundaries; The Parables of Avery Soul
By Terry M. Barnett-Martin

Tending Fences: Building Safe and Healthy Relationship Boundaries; The Parables of Avery Soul is a series of parables written by Terry Barnett-Martin and illustrated by Susan Eberhardt. The stories are about a rancher named Avery Soul and how he learns to build fences in his...

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The Perfect Lover's Handbook

The Reason for Great Love Stories
By Robert Dubois

Don Juan was a gentleman. (After all, he was referred to as "Don.") According to the legends of his exploits, the fictional libertine fulfilled a particularly gallant role in courting the many bored wives who found themselves languishing in arranged marriages of the times....

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Tickled Grey

By linda s. amstutz

Tickled Grey by Linda S. Amstutz is a book filled with plenty of humour and anecdotes. She portrays her perception of growing old by including some very funny moments of her life. Her husband is referenced throughout as Mr Romance, as well as her children,...

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The Best is Yet to Come

By Tara R. Alemany

In Memoriam: 27, Poet Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote, “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” This is a semi-appropriate statement describing The Best Is Yet To Come by Tara R. Alemany. I used the word semi-appropriate because...

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