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The Act of Marriage: The Beauty of Sexual Love Tim & Beverly Lahaye

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This book is for engaged couples and newlyweds who want to make lovemaking a joy from the start; for couples who have been married for years and want to maintain the flame or rekindle the embers; for every husband or wife who wants to be a better lover. It contains the insights into each other’s bodies, psychological make-up and need for tender, unselfish affection that can help you achieve your goal.

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