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Don't Use My Sweater Like a Towel

by Jennifer Kelton

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The real deal on men, women and sex. Jennifer Kelton has taken a generation self-help books and turned them on their heads with a reality-based book on dating and mating for the 21st century. Jam-packed with revealing surveys, scientific research, and humorous X-rated episodes. Don t Use My Sweater Like a Towel is NOT your parent s dating book. Kelton delivers impassioned insights, poses pertinent questions and presents startling facts that will spur fiery water cooler conversations. Not only will this book will give the sexes a better understanding of how they interface with each other but it will also bring them closer together. Read what happens when Kelton spends a year investigating the dating scene and following the advice of America s top self-help books.

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