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Zane's Dear G-Spot: Straight Talk About Sex and Love

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Dear G-Spot is New York Times bestselling author Zane's long-awaited guide to what she knows better than anyone else: love and sex.

Dear G-Spot includes real letters from real people, both women and men, who have sought Zane's advice over the years -- the preacher's wife worrying about being judged, the virgin, the guy next door, the gay man next door, the woman with low
Paperback, 256 pages
Published June 17th 2008 by Atria Books (first published July 10th 2007)
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Apr 06, 2015 Honey rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of the advice genre.
Title: Dear G-Spot: Straight Talk About Sex and Love
Author: Zane, a well-known African-American writer of romance novels (pen name for Kristina Laferne Roberts), most famous for her novel Addiction which was recently turned into a movie
Genre: Adult, nonfiction, advice
Setting: Modern-day America
Reason for Reading: 50 book PoC challenge book #12
Relevance to the Project: I knew I wanted to read at least one relationship advice book in this challenge. I'm considering also reading Act Like a Lady, T
This book is very educational to the sex life. Anything you can think of about sex is in this book. The people that write to her are very funny when they talk about their mates. She can really help your sex life by reading this book.
This book is all about sex and relationship advice from an African American perspective. Some of it is in Q&A format and some of it consists of essays by the author who doesn't seem to have any training as a sex therapist, but who does write sexy novels.

I really like that the author stresses communication in her advice. I don't like that she says things that aren't true, like a woman can get pregnant 365 days of the year. (A woman can only get pregnant when one of her ripe eggs and one of he
it was okay the hype behind it was more than enough to make you want to read it and then when I got it, it wasn't all of that
K. Jonee
"Dear G-Spot" was the second Zane book that I read. It is a great book in the sense that it is an honest raw look at sex, love, and relationships from an African-American women. I enjoyed "Dear G-Spot" particularly because of its approach to various situations. After watching Zane's interviews, and reading this book again (I read it initially over four years ago when I was unfamiliar with her work). I enjoyed it even more. I loved that it was not your average "how to get your man back, your man ...more
Jenise Shumaker
A lot of interesing reading. I was amazed at some of the things people are having problems with.
Lisa Carrington
Very informative... Touches on known information but in a new manner. Great read!
Klalina Johnson
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A nice informational book for those who aren't well versed in relationships, sexual behavior, and so forth, but if you've read sex education/reference books before or are just very intrigued by the subject and well read on it "G-Spot" is nothing new. This book is especially good for the African-American audience it is targeted to. Zane gives logical and thoughtful advice to all the e-mails she lists and divvys the chapters up between sex, relationships, commitment, adultery, etc.
Crystal Brigman
I bought this for $3 or so at Borders - and it was worth that. I'm not familiar with Zane's work, and bought it as an impulse, wanting some non-serious short story style read - and this book delivered. I can't say whether I'd seriously recommend it for someone looking for love and relationship advice, but I would recommend it for light, fun, summer reading.
Steve Lozier
I picked this book up for reseach for a play I'm writing. I didn't learn much - but a lot of people would! Zane does seem like a very interesting and important author. It will be interesting to check out some of her fiction.
Ashia Robinson
This book was good....she gave alot of advice on relationships and sex. I would recommend this book to those that are interested in advice from the perspective of an African American woman...
Jevon Scott
Zane makes you feel so comfortable with your sexuality and in your own skin, I'm a Zane fan so as long as she wrote it alone I'll read it.
now that i have finished it, it wasnt all that i thought it would be. but it was good, and i do advise anyone to read it!!
I'm not sure if this book is supposed to be funny, but I laughed through most of it.

Thanks Nita!
A no holds barred book about sex by a contemporary erotica author.
Nook_diva Johnson
I am a big ZANE-fanatic so anything she writes, Im reading
Just glanced at some of the parts that interested me....
This book is really interesting!
Shemeka Mitchell
What can I say? Zane is the greatest!
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Zane (real name Kristina Roberts) is an African American author of erotic fiction. She is the daughter of two former educators: an elementary school teacher and a world-renowned theologian who is also the author of nearly two dozen books. She was born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area where she still resides with her three children.

In 1997, Zane began writing erotic stories to pass the time
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