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Taming the Zebra

The Modern Woman’s Guide to True Love, Hot Sex, and the Mysterious Male Brain

A book that gives the real 411 on men and is a fun read? Done and done.

SPECIAL NOTE: MY BOOK IS NOT YET PUBLISHED – BUT SOON IT WILL BE AND THIS DISCLAIMER WILL ABRUPTLY DISAPPEAR & BE REPLACED BY CONVENIENT PURCHASE LINKS!

Have no idea where to look for Mr. Right? Think you’ve found him but unsure if he’s truly The One, and, if so, how to make him yours for good? Want to know what’s going on in his head and how you can make things go a little more your way? Curious about what turns him on in bed? This book will answer all those questions and more in a breezy, uninhibited style that will tell you more about men, and your man, than maybe he wants you to know.

Little tips, tricks, and scientific info-nuggets from the fields of behaviorism, anthropology, evolutionary psychology, and sexology—given without a lot of fancy jargon—will make this a resource you’ll want to keep handy for both understanding men and influencing them. And that’s even if you’re so scrupulously gender-fair and aboveboard you would never dream of employing the little-known Ben Franklin Effect.  

If you’ve ever wondered why men are the way they are and what the heck you can do about it, Taming the Zebra should be on your reading list.

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My name is Bob Pryor and, if all goes well, hopefully most of you will be reading this page because you are curious about (or have purchased!) my forthcoming book, Taming the Zebra: The Modern Woman’s Guide to True Love, Hot Sex, and the Mysterious Male Brain (I know—bit of a long title, that). Taming will be my first book, although I hope and plan on its being far from my last.

Currently I live in Oakland, California, which is quite a lovely town full of warm sunshine and friendly people, despite the fact that its political class makes the Renaissance Borgias look like the children’s choir at Saint Puppyton’s.

Bob Pryor

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