Would you like to tell us about a lower price? A hilarious new romantic comedy from the author of It Started With A Tweet and The Bucket List to Mend a Broken Heart, for fans of Lucy Diamond and Sophie Kinsella When Lexi's sport-mad boyfriend Will skips her friend's wedding to watch football - after pretending to have food poisoning - it might just be the final whistle for their relationship. But fed up of just getting mad, Lexi decides to even the score. And, when a couple of lost tickets and an 'accidentally' broken television lead to them spending extra time together, she's delighted to realise that revenge might be the best thing that's happened to their relationship. And if her clever acts of sabotage prove to be a popular subject for her blog, what harm can that do? It's not as if he'll ever find out.
How to Be a Good Girlfriend
Tracey Cox reveals 15 things that make women good in bed | Daily Mail Online
A common misperception about lesbian relationships is that they don't last. If you want your relationship to endure, being a good partner is important. That's easier said than done when emotions, ego, and desires get in the way. Here are a few ideas for things you can do to make yourself the best girlfriend you can be. Hint: They have everything to do with mutual respect. Be on time and be present.
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By Tracey Cox for MailOnline. We've all heard the one about 'a lady in the street and a whore in the bedroom', but how much truth is there in the saying? After years of researching and writing about sex, I'd say quite a bit — in the second half at least. Except I'd replace the word 'whore' with a wordier but more accurate description: 'a woman who is sexually confident, adventurous and knows what she wants'.