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101 Quizzes for Couples by Natasha Burton

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Think you know each other? Find out how well and learn something new about each other too. Intimacy is Into-Me-You-See so go ahead and get a little closer. Make it a game – what rewards might you give for a perfect score?! The Newlyweds Game meets Truth or Dare! Unlike other books that cover interests anyone could easily find on a dating profile or learn on a first date, 101 Quizzes for Couples dives a little deeper to reveal what makes that special someone tick. From the worst lie they’ve ever told to their first crush, the questions in this book will allow you dig into your partner’s mind (and past!) to discover what he or she is really like. Written by relationship expert Natasha Burton, coauthor of The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags, this Q&A book will spark lively debate and fuel provocative conversation with 101 unexpected quizzes that arouse curiosity and long-forgotten memories. And while this is a book of “quizzes,” it’s not about having the right answers–or even the same answers. Rather, as you flip through each entertaining quiz, you’ll uncover fascinating facts about the one you love and learn a whole lot about yourself and your relationship. It doesn’t matter if you’re in the early stages of dating or if you’ve been married for years, 101 Quizzes for Couples will have you answering questions you never thought to ask.

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