Make every man want you, make every woman melt! Get serious with some sexy seduction strategies - best-selling body language guru and TV sexpert Tracey Cox shows you how.
pocket superflirt teaches how to read your own and other people's body language, so you can shamelessly manipulate your way into (just about) anyone's heart. Sassy, cool, fresh and funny, it's the must-have pocket manual for anyone who's ever asked the question "Do they really fancy me?"
Fully illustrated with colour photos.
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Tracey Cox Pocket Superflirt 9 out of 10 (3 reviews) Write your own review
Reviewed: July 12, 2012 by HappilyExperimenting, a Bisexual Single Female
A good-quality hardback book, Tracey Cox's Superflirt is for those hopeless flirters like myself who have no idea how to make eye contact with the opposite sex, let alone strike up a conversation and subtly flirt with them without embarrassing themselves.
Tracey will guide you through techniques to fake confidence, give and receive compliments, flirt with that hot guy you see everyday at work and be great in bed. The narrative is by Tracey herself, who has a unique written voice but definitely knows what she's talking about. I sit how a shy, withdrawn person sits - knees together, legs together, but heels pointing sideways, with toes to a point. Several things ring true in this book about myself or people I know, which is reassuring. This book is not a piece of rubbish like a lot of the "how to flirt" books out there.
It's a sturdy, hardback book with real pictures, a good-sized print and excellent quality pages. With about ninety pages it can be read in one sitting and is a satisfying read.
A great mini read to help you become more confident and sexy without having plastic surgery, Tracey helps you snare your girl/guy and improves your self-esteem along the way. Genius.
- Size, tips, writing style, good-quality book for hopeless flirters like me.
- Talks about body language a lot.
- Bottom line
- A great way for anyone to hone their flirting skills.
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The ideal guide to overnight supersexiness
Reviewed: August 11, 2009 by mimiaow
'Make every man want you. Make every woman melt'. It's a bold statement, Tracey, bold indeed.
I have a lot to thank Tracey Cox for; my first vibrator was her divine Pleasure Wand (even now I'll return to it like an old friend), her advice welcomed bondage into our bedroom, even encouraged me to delve into the wonders of anal play.
You can imagine how high my expectations may have been upon ordering this book, sprinkled with a dash of self-depreciating amusement. Promising "instant confidence" and "unstoppable seduction strategies" with psychology and body language?!
Scoff all you like, 'pocket superflirt' is a handbag-sized mine of information, delivered in Tracey's uniquely engaging style, with more than a smattering of her charming wit. She not only promises, but delivers invaluable tips on faking confidence, secrets behind successful foot-flirtation, discovering if your new acquaintance is trying to lure you into the sack, and how to kick them out afterwards (although, of course, in the most romantic of ways).
It achieves a perfect balance between quasi-self-help advice (manipulating your own body language) and advice on reading others, in order to develop your natural abilities of attraction and seduction.
Conceived as a pocket manual, superflirt is designed with almost all in mind - although men are usually alluded to as primal instinct cavemen types, and women as gorgeous, man-hungry sexpots, this book bypasses such generalisations, instead choosing to pinpoint the underlying psychological nature of both sexes.
It focuses on making you instantly sexier and more perceptive to surrounding body language, and the advice here can call out to anyone who's ever wanted instant answers to their dating dilemmas (whatever/whoever you're after).
Pocket in name, pocket in nature (approximately 2/3rds the size of your average book), with around 90 pages of seasoned advice, the book can easily be digested in one short sitting.
Never idle chat however; you're assaulted with perceptive advice and information from each page, all delightfully woven into fresh and witty banter that will leave you invigorated (and in my case, rather eager to get out and put these newly acquired skills into practice!). It feels like the next best thing to having a one-on-one chat with the relationship expert herself, and you certainly won't leave feeling cheated out of your money.
Not just the content, but the pages themselves are colourful and refreshing, both classy and contemporary. An innovative layout, generously decorated with beautiful pictures of beautiful people, it sets the confident, sleek tone of the book. As described, there's no clinically dry facts here; the advice is complemented perfectly with a such a vibrant layout.
Simply put, I cannot fault Tracey Cox, with yet another gem in her glossy (yet substantial) collection. Whether you're a confident vixen in the world of dating, or a wallflower yet to blossom, 'pocket superflirt' has something in it that will make the world fall at your feet.
- Surprisingly informative, compact, beautiful layout, witty, not directed at a specific demographic
- Very little, but easily read in one go
- Bottom line
- Want a quick boost of confidence? Then make superflirt your pocket reference guide
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Reviewed: May 14, 2009 by secretseductress, a Bisexual Single Female
This is a great book.
It's easy to read, informative and definitely shines a light into how our bodies give away our true feelings for people. It also shows how both sexes make their feelings (sexual feelings) known.
Perfect size to fit in your handbag and a good buy overall.
- Easy to read, to the point
- Nothing I can think of
- Bottom line
- A good buy
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