Title: The Reed Security Relationship Manual
Series: Reed Security Series #27
Author: Giulia Lagomarsino
Genre: Security Romance
Release Date: May 10, 2021
This is the 27th book in the The Reed Security Series, and they should be read in order.
The book you’ve all been waiting for! All the advice the men have given to each other, all written down in one relationship manual, along with a fun adventure to go along with it! What happens when the men rush to finish the manual, the women find out and write their own, and the ladies go off on another adventure of their own? Nothing good.
How To Successfully Navigate Women’s Questions About Their Bodies
When asked if a pair of jeans makes your woman look fat, there are so many ways to get this wrong. You need to be sure that your answer doesn’t lead to more questions or make her question your answer in any way. The more questions asked, the more you’ll fumble.
Now, that being said, there are other areas of her body that you can definitely check out as you answer. In fact, enthusiasm is greatly appreciated. For example, are my boobs too big?
- Do not make eye contact. Look over her shoulder, but appear to be looking right in her eyes.
- Never EVER look at her jeans. There will inevitably be a pause while you look, which will only lead her to believe that you’re really trying to figure out if she looks fat.
- Avoiding eye contact all together is also a very bad thing. You must look her way. Not looking will make her think that you don’t want to answer the question. Which, of course, you don’t want to, but you have to so that she doesn’t kill you.
- Making jokes about her weight is a no-no. You may think that you’re trying to relieve the tension, but you’re really just making her seethe inside.
- Refusing to answer is just like saying that she’s fat.
- If she asks if she looks like a stuffed sausage, immediately answer no. Again, laughing or refusing to answer will not make her feel confident.
- Asking her to turn so you can check her out from all angles is as good as admitting there’s a problem, but you’re trying to determine how bad it is.
- Finding her another pair of pants will end badly for you.
- Hell no! Your boobs are huge and I love them that way!
- God, I’d love to motorboat you right now.
- Throwing out a ‘I love your tits’ can never end badly.
- Cupping her breast while muttering ‘fucking perfect’ will end in bed or with a blow job. I’m just saying…
Sinner (Reed Security Series #1)
Cap (Reed Security Series #2)
Cazzo (Reed Security Series #3)
Knight (Reed Security Series #4)
Irish (Reed Security Series #5)
Hunter (Reed Security Series #6)
Whiskey (Reed Security Series #7)
Lola (Reed Security Series #8)
Ice (Reed Security Series #9)
Burg (Reed Security Series #10)
Gabe (Reed Security Series #11)
Jules (Reed Security Series #12)
Sniper (Reed Security Series – Book 1 of a 3 Book ARC)
Jackson (Reed Security Series – Book 2 of a 3 Book ARC)
Chance (Reed Security Series – Book 3 of a 3 Book ARC)
Phoenix Rising (Reed Security Series #16)
Alec (Reed Security Series #17)
Storm (Reed Security Series #18)
Wolf (Reed Security Series #19)
A Mad Reed Security Christmas (Reed Security Series #20)
Rocco (Reed Security Series #21)
Coop (Reed Security Series #22)
TNT (Reed Security Series #23)
Nightingale (Reed Security Series #24)
Parker (Reed Security Series #25)
GoodKnight (Reed Security Series #26)
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