Warner Books , 2006
Agent: Sandra Dijkstra
This hip and funny guide to life by "Cosmopolitan" editor-in-chief and "New York Times" bestselling author Kate White is in the tradition of Helen Gurley Brown's classic "Sex and the Single Girl."
"Nothing short of mouth-watering….This one’s a real keeper."
“White has been at the helm of the largest-selling women’s magazine in the country for eight years. She’s also the bestselling author of a hugely popular mystery series featuring Bailey Weggins, a true-crime writer at a women’s magazine who has a penchant for getting herself into trouble. But this year, Bailey is taking a backseat. Murder and mayhem are not White’s only focus. Instead, she’s talking sex and success with her new non-fiction book, How to Set His Thighs on Fire: 86 Red-Hot Lessons on Love, Life, Men, and (Especially) Sex…. White has clearly used all the knowledge garnered from various sources to her full advantage. She embodies the magazine-cover notion of having it all-a career as a bestselling author, a supportive and loving husband and family, and a rockin’ job at the hottest magazine in the country.”
“…delivered with considerable style and wit-and without much psycho-sex babble…. [S]ure to generate demand among the target audience.”
“No doubt, there’s a built-in market for this unique self-help book by the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, namely the millions of Cosmo readers who…are simply desperate to know everything from “How to Find the Time to Do the Things You Really, Really Want” to “The Most Neglected Moan Zone on a Man’s Body.”