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DESCRIPTION: In her seven years as editor-in-chief of the women's bible, Cosmopolitan, Kate White has learned a lot about what women want. From landing a great job to enjoying great sex, White presents 76 lessons on having it all--complete with anecdotes and tips from her own life and the celebrities and experts she's met. Whether it's when to act like a bitch and when not to or how to get a man to really open up or discovering the moan zone on a man's body that most women ignore, White tells women everything they ever needed to know to take on the world.
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AUTHORBIO: KATE WHITE lives in New York City.From Booklist:
White, editor in chief of Cosmopolitan and author of the popular Bailey Weggins mystery series, turns here to the kind of sex-and-lifestyle advice that keeps single gals pulling Cosmo off the newsstand. Although hardly your typical Cosmo girl (she's married, lives in the suburbs, and was even baking a pie when her boss at Hearst called to offer her the job), White claims that, in the course of editing the magazine, she's learned plenty about the essence of the Cosmo world: getting it all, especially men and sex. Her chatty advice is mostly commonsensical (don't talk to men about Jen and Brad), but it's delivered with considerable style and wit--and without much psycho-sex-babble ("own your own hotness" aside). And, yes, there is plenty of sexy stuff (the 12 oral-sex tricks are as frank as any of Dr. Ruth's notoriously unbuttoned advice). White will be making the talk-show rounds to promote her book, and that exposure, combined with her place atop the Cosmo masthead, is sure to generate demand among the target audience. Ilene Cooper
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