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by Laura Jensen Walker

  • ISBN: 0800758951
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Author: Laura Jensen Walker
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Other formats: azw lrf lit mbr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fleming H Revell Co (May 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 201 pages
  • FB2 size: 1922 kb
  • EPUB size: 1990 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 373
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A Kiss Is Still a Kiss book. The author of Girl Time celebrates the union of marriage in this book that is packed with stories that make readers laugh out loud. Married readers will see themselves on every page

A Kiss Is Still a Kiss book. Married readers will see themselves on every page.

A Kiss Is Still a Kiss is the perfect book for anyone who needs to lighten up a little when it comes to understanding-or at least accepting-the many differences between the sexes and the frustrations those differences can bring to the surface in a marriage

A Kiss Is Still a Kiss is the perfect book for anyone who needs to lighten up a little when it comes to understanding-or at least accepting-the many differences between the sexes and the frustrations those differences can bring to the surface in a marriage. With such chapter titles as "Becoming One (Another)," "The In-Law Files," and "The Weaker Sex," A Kiss Is Still a Kiss is bound to become a much cherished book for couples everywhere.

by Laura Jensen Walker.

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A Kiss Is Still A Kiss. Published May 2005 by Revell. There's no description for this book yet.

Praise for Laurelin Paige’s First Touch. I’d found the same report in an e-mail to Reeve when I’d been snooping on his computer, which had further ended any hope that she was still alive. How did this -? I wasn’t sure how to ask the question

Praise for Laurelin Paige’s First Touch. Also by Laurelin Paige. How did this -? I wasn’t sure how to ask the question. How is she not dead? He ran a hand through his hair. What others are saying. This picture shows so much emotion. I also really enjoy that they're both wearing long black cloaks, it makes it seem like their bodies are fusing together. I know how the last kiss feels before I deployment to a combat zone. Thankfully I never experienced a "last" kiss. Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz kissing at Lake George, 1929 O’Keefe letter to Stieglitz: Dearest - my body is simply crazy with wanting you - If you don’t come tomorrow - I don’t see how I can.


Reviews about A Kiss Is Still A Kiss: Celebrating The Moments That Make Marriage Last (4):
Mmsa
This book was an interesting read. I was hoping for more humorous stories, but they were entertaining enough for our purposes, which was to jumpstart conversation in our Bible study on the topics covered. Don't know that I'd necessarily recommend the book, though.
Brakree
A funny, poignant and vulnerable peek into married life. The author, in her usual ligth-hearted manner,touches the hearts of her readers. Underneath the silliness and quirks of married life, the reader gets a peek at the love revealed in these heart-warming stories. You'll chuckle at some of the antics of the author and her husband, friends and family. Sometimes, you'll laugh right out loud and probably see yourself in some familiar sounding situation.

Pour yourself a cup of coffee or tea, settle into your most comfy reading place and enjoy a delightful and fun book.
Grokinos
Laura Walker's done it again. You'll laugh out loud at her dead on hillarious observations about marriage. From communication to sex, Laura's knack for finding humor in everyday situations makes this book a must read for married couples in need of a laugh. Would make a great gift for newlyweds, an even better gift for those couples who've been together for years. A highly recommended read.
Forcestalker
Not funny, not profound, not insightful. Hard to imagine why someone would want to share these mundane stories. A waste of time.

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