The 1950s answer to Sex in the City's Carrie Bradshaw, Nina Farewell is a sassy singleton who knows what she wants and how to get it.
All is fair in love and war and the two are more similar than you might think in this facsimile of a 1950s guide to the battle of the sexes.
This timeless guide reveals the arsenal of devices, techniques and approaches a man deploys to get what he wants and details the countermeasures a woman can take to come out on top. Learn how to get all that you want without giving men the one thing that they want.
Irreverent and witty, this enduring volume is essential reading for any woman who wants to protect her virtue - or appear to!
* how to avoid, at all costs, going to a man's apartment and what to do once you get there
* how to recognise and resist the lines that every woman of experience will recognise - either with pleasure or regret
* the rewards of refusing - how to say No in every conceivable situation
* what to do when he doesn't call and how to drop a man without hurting him.
Nina Farewell is a pseudonym but the author has described herself as 'flawless from head to toe my curves are intelligently distributed I am elegant enough to intrigue the most vulgar of men, vulgar enough to enchant the most cultured I am equally appreciated by truck drivers, salesmen, mesomorphs, endomorphs, ectomorphs, artists and playboys.'
Self-help & practical
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