Official Review: Delightful Hands by Andrew Pace

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Official Review: Delightful Hands by Andrew Pace

Post by godreaujea » 05 Jul 2017, 10:51

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Delightful Hands" by Andrew Pace.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Delightful Hands by Andrew Pace is a non-fiction instructional book on how to sexually satisfy women. The book is written from a male perspective for a male audience (or any audience who is looking to please the female sex), but the information provided can be useful for both male and female audiences.

From the description of the book alone, I was not entirely sure what information this book would include. However, the book’s introduction gives a detailed overview about what the book’s goal is and how it will reach that goal. Pace states that
the goal of this book is to maximize female satisfaction by showing men exactly how to use their hands in unique and effective ways to delight their female partner instead of relying on their male member.
Pace goes on to explain that the book will accomplish this goal through true stories, pictures, diagrams, and techniques.

The author goes into detail about techniques he claims are proven to work on most women, but techniques aside, the author provides good advice on how men should treat women, and how women should be more sexually assertive. Pace argues that in today’s age, men expect instant gratification. However, if men truly want to satisfy their female partners, they must take more time with women. For instance, men should take the time to hold their partner’s hand, as women typically appreciate the gesture and it makes them feel more intimate. Pace suggests that men should prioritize making their female partner feel more comfortable and in control. The book also emphasizes how communication is crucial in a relationship.

I do have a few minor complaints with this book. I understand that the author is using his own methods as examples, but at times it seems like he is just bragging about his own abilities. However, I am not quite sure of a way around this situation. Also, included in this book is a method on how men can naturally increase the size of their penis, but I am skeptical on how well it would work. Lastly, the book uses pictures with models to exemplify some of the positions described. While some of the pictures are useful, I feel as though some are unnecessary.

Overall, I do not see how reading this book could have a negative impact on those looking to improve their relations with women. The book itself is well written, with little to no errors within the text. There are many positive messages in the book, and with that, I have no reason not to rate Delightful Hands 4 out of 4 stars. I believe this book would be useful for anyone who is looking to improve their sexual abilities for their female partner, and helpful for women who want to be more sexually satisfied.

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Post by ansariwasim » 18 Dec 2017, 00:09

I have done full review of this book and found very fantastic about the topic the author has explained regarding partner satisfaction. Truly fantastic for those who wants to improve their sexual relationship.

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Post by ButterscotchCherrie » 18 Dec 2017, 06:09

It is worrying that men may develop unrealistic impressions of female sexuality from such sources as pornography. It sounds as if this book could help to set the balance right by educating men about what real-life women appreciate. It also sounds as if the book highlights the importance of showing a woman respect, which in itself is extremely sexy. The author is also right about the power of hands though if he doesn't say anything about mouths, that's quite an omission. If the author's techniques have indeed brought him success, I'm surprised he's worried about penis enlargement. Size is unimportant, all the less so if a man is attentive to technique and focused on treating a woman as an equal and making her feel comfortable.

Thanks for the comprehensive review.

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Post by MarisaRose » 18 Dec 2017, 06:49

This definitely isn't a book for me, but I think the reviewer does a great job of pointing out the potential flaws in the text. Thanks for the review.
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Post by ParadoxicalWoman » 19 Dec 2017, 10:45

A good book to those men who practise sex abstinence before marriage so that they know where to start. Thank you for your review.
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Post by Hildah Mose » 19 Dec 2017, 23:02

Good review. But since the book is meant for men I'll have to pass this one. Hoping men will get to read it.

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Post by BookHausJ » 23 Dec 2017, 08:45

The author is brave enough to express his thought. Though sex is part of romantic relationship, it is just part of the big pie. It is still best to figure out how is your relationship growing. Respect, Spiritual growth and Financial growth is still part of negotiating table. Nice review!

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Post by +260979341025 » 25 Dec 2017, 07:30

Fantastic book, most men never take time to satisfy their woman simply because they lack such techniques which are explained in this book.

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Post by Mercy Bolo » 28 Dec 2017, 15:29

A book that provides much needed information about satisfying women. I like that the author mentions that women are emotional creatures.
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