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The Art of Feminine Seduction

Adult; Self-Help, Sex & Relationships, Psychology, Philosophy, Fashion; (Market)

Does dating feel like a bottomless pit of incompatible online matches, emotionally unavailable men, and bitter disappointments? Have you been rejected, discarded, used, and abused in love? That all ends today with The Art of Feminine Seduction - an energetic dating system that guarantees you experience heated attraction and deep emotional connection in courtship.

In this juicy and illuminating book, you will find practical guidance and exercises to help you reclaim your innate feminine power and finally get what you want in dating, sex, and love. Revealed step-by-step through the author’s personal bad date confessions, this book will demonstrate everything you need to know in order to

-Unlock your signature seductive allure

-Summon physical attraction and emotional connection with others on demand

-Be seen, heard, and desired by men you are actually interested in

-Create chemistry and fulfilling, committed relationships

The love you want is closer than you think.

“I did not relish terms like energies, manifesting, or soulmate,” Page writes in the introduction to this guide for women seeking to harness their “feminine energy” while looking for committed romantic relationships with men. “But I really wanted a freaking hot boyfriend who was nice to me.” So, after emotionally bruising situations like three months of dating a man who never makes a move, Page dove deep into what she calls “woo woo,” figuring that committing to this “feminine energy” idea was worth a shot, even though she found terms like “feminine” to be “triggering,” noting it had always felt “safer” to downplay her own sexual nature.

Now, pleased with the results, she lays out her approach to “seven feminine energy shifts” that she argues can help women become “someone whose sexual power is clear and embodied,” imbuing them with a “sexy glow, an intriguing presence, and a powerful ability to connect.” For all her talk of “energy shifts,” Page’s advice is practical, rooted in mindfulness practice and self-awareness. She urges readers to connect to their desires, to not be held back by the past, and to be centered, confident, and to balance “Intrigue and Invitation” on dates. “Attraction begins when someone notices something about you,” she notes. Above all else, she insists it’s urgent to “act in service to yourself and see what begins to change in your life.”

Despite the title, The Art of Feminine Seduction is as far from old Cosmopolitan tips as could be. For Page, seduction is not a matter of having the right body; it’s about body language and connection—both to your own power center and to the seductee. The book’s upbeat, inviting, and self-aware in a smart way—Page anticipates reader objections, but always makes a spirited case and offers an amusing or illuminating anecdote. Later chapters touch on “re-seduction” in relationships, how to approach sex, and staying in the “right now.”

Takeaway: Practical, self-affirming, slightly mystic advice for women seeking men.

Comparable Titles: Niki Kinsella’s The Feminine Energy Guide, Courtney Geter’s The Introvert's Guide to Dating.

Production grades
Cover: B
Design and typography: A
Illustrations: N/A
Editing: A
Marketing copy: A