Synopses & Reviews
More than 95% of guys don't pick up on a woman's sex signals. Here's how to make sure you're not one of them. You're in a crowded bar, and the hottie across the room breaks eye contact to put on lipstick. Do you assume she's: a. Vain b. Rude c. Totally into you. If you've answered with anything other than c, you're dead wrong. Women are always giving off signals, and men are always missing them. In Undercover Sex Signals, bestselling author and communications expert Leil Lowndes shows how to score on every pass, with everything from the best activity for a first date to how a guy should dress to increase his odds for sealing the deal. Learn the twenty-six undercover sex signals and the real tactics that will teach you to: ? Master step-by-step foreplay from across the room. ? Use right opening phrases (not lines ). ? Never hear the word no again. ? Look for sex in the right places. ? Win in the online sex game. ? Develop the never-fail pickup. ? Understand the perfect timing for when to ask, when to kiss, when to call, and other follow-up strategies. With instructive black-and-white photography and invaluable advice, Undercover Sex Signals ensures that you'll never blow another opportunity again.
"Guys are completely oblivious to the myriad hints and subtle indications of women who are dying to sleep with them, says Lowndes, who gives the lowdown on how guys can better execute their game by recognizing 26 different signals that women use to indicate potential sexual desire. Lowndes's underlying premise is that all women are desperately trying to get men's attentions whenever in public, but she really sticks to bars and clubs for her examples. Lowndes's writing style and voice do not help this audiobook. Her raspy and deep voice brings images of an older, cigarette-smoking woman, which is not a bad thing, but not particularly convincing to the audience (men who need to be convinced attractive women want them). While cheesy punch lines and excessive hyperbole may work well within the printed text, on audio these lines fall short and evoke eye rolls. A professional narrator might have overcome these inhibitors, but Lowndes's tone evokes the faux enthusiasm often encountered with salespeople. A Citadel Press paperback. (Oct.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)