Food and sex are two primal urges best enjoyed together, according to this fantastic book.
I love bookstores. Seriously. On any given weekend, you’re likely to find my scouring through my favorite San Francisco bookshelves hunting for my next read. You truly never know what you are going to find, and that’s the very best part. Case in point? Booty Food by Jacqui Malouf.
Yes, you read that right. Booty Food.
A tale of crumbling marriages, friendships and the cherry-on-top expectations of the American dream.
The new novel, 'Denting The Bosch' by Teresa Link follows three empty nesters who are more than free to enjoy their golden years with their spouses, but instead, are presented with certain crossroads—spurred by infidelity, money woes and shifting desires—that change their lives forever.
We review the book "My Charmed Life" by Beth Bernstein.
Jewelry has always held a special place in Beth Bernstein's life: More than just trinkets of adornment, gems have been guideposts to her memories, and through them, she tells her story. Every piece of precious metal and stone in her new book "My Charmed Life: Rocky Romances, Precious Family Connections, and Searching for a Band of Gold" represents a chapter in her life — and not just her life alone.
One mom's review of the book "The Conflict," which attacks the attachment parenting trend.
When my daughter was born, I was determined to be a breastfeeding, co-sleeping, baby-wearing, cloth diapering, hippie mama. Nine months later, the only thing that'd stuck was the cloth diapers. I had just started my daughter on formula, she had been in the sling exactly five times and never once slept in her fancy little co-sleeper, which I returned to the store. And yes, I felt like a failure.
Abigail Wilentz reviews "Why You're Not Married ... Yet" by Tracy McMillan.
First things first: "Why You're Not Married ... Yet" is not "The Rules." It does not teach you how to "catch" a husband. Rather, Tracy McMillan opens our eyes to the negative habits, attitudes and behaviors that have been sabotaging the relationship you seek.
A tale of breakups, quickie weddings and what to do when something crazy just feels so right.
In Laura Dave's "The First Husband," Annie Adams is a travel writer from Los Angeles with a workaholic director boyfriend, Nick, and a perfectly comfortable life. It looks great on the outside, even though she barely sees the man she lives with between her schedule and his.
Are you with a toxic man? With Dr. Lillian Glass's new book as our guide, we'll find out.
I don't want you to be a woman ensnared by a toxic man (or woman—this book is for anyone, people), just because you didn't realize he was toxic. Neither does Dr. Glass. That is why the world needs this tome, because these men are harder to identify than you'd think. If in doubt, here are seven signs you might be dealing a toxic man.
Need a coach for the whole wedding process, grooms? This book could be your BFF.
This new book by the creator of TheManRegistry.com, Chris Easter, serves as an amazing how-to guide for guys about to tie the knot. Guess what, men? You can be fully involved in the wedding-planning process. In fact, you should be fully involved. And if you're feeling at all unsure about what your role is, you need this book.
The new Little Black Book of Big Red Flags shares warning signs you shouldn't ignore.
It's the relationship advice we wish our mothers had shared with us when we were younger. Funny and engaging yet brutally honest, The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags shares the dating warning signs you should be aware of -- or you'll be sorry later.
Erica Jong says no! Her all-female anthology of essays captures the multifarious nature of sex.
If you ask Erica Jong, sex is more than just mesmerizing and pleasurable; it can also be scary. "Probably because such intense feelings are involved—above all, the loss of control," writes Jong in her latest anthology, Sugar in My Bowl. "Anything that causes us to lose control intrigues and enthralls. So sex is both alluring and terrifying."