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Sexscopes: How to Seduce, Stimulate, and Satisfy Any Sign

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Looking for the heavenly body of your dreams?

Have you ever longed to get a chatty Gemini to stop talking and start kissing? Do you wish you could lure that shy Cancer out of his shell and into your bedroom? What's the best way to coax a fun-loving Sagittarius into getting serious between the sheets? Wonder no more -- Sexscopes reveals the secrets to seducing the object of
Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 8th 2001 by Touchstone (first published 2001)
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Raunchy, randy, romantic, with a little raciness, Hazleton creates an entirely gleeful romp through the zodiac. Not always spot-on accurate, yet he treats for both the queer and straight sets, and his astrological advice on the second coming has one singing praises of an entirely biblical nature, and I don't mean the book.
This was a very good book. I even found it to be true in a lot of ways. I also use it as a referance book to get an idea about outher scopes that i encounter.
A bit goofy at times but the astrology is on target for the most part. I liked that the author delved into the decanates for each sign and that it covered gay issues as well as straight ones. Nice to read an astrology book that had me laughing out loud instead of thumbing ahead to find the good stuff. The writing itself is often witty, usually juvenile and always raunchy as hell.
I'm a guy who couldn't figure out what to buy my better half for Valentine's Day so I snagged this. I ended up reading it before I gave it to him and loved, LOVED it. I know he's gonna love it too and I'll bet he doesn't mind that I beat him to the punch by reading it first because it gave me some major plans to give him an amazing Valentine's evening. I'm an Aquarius and he's a Taurus and Sexscopes gave me some ideas for a totally sick evening. I'm gonna do just what the book recommends and I'l ...more
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I wrote Sexscopes and was a columnist for Cosmopolitan for 5 years. During much of this time my writing for Cosmo was the number one column for women in the world. My column was also featured as a plot point in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. I've also authored the English adaptations of the Japanese manga franchises Tokyo Mew Mew and Fake.

I've written everything from features for Teen People an
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“If you can't have frank and honest discussions with your partner about sex, you'd better be damn good with your hands.” 3 likes
“If you're only using your bed for sleep, then don't bother waking up.” 3 likes
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