There are a lot of ways to interpret it, but at its core, love is, like everything else, about sex. In The Evolution of Beauty , Yale University ornithologist Richard Prum looks at the unusual mating choices in the animal world, choices that seemingly go against the theory of selection for individual survival, and presents a groundbreaking theory for the evolution of human sexuality.
If you're looking for the scientific nuts and bolts of love and relationships, this is it.
If you're sick of looking at relationships through rose-colored glasses, Dr. Hannah Fry's mathematical breakdown of dating, sex, and marriage just might be the love story you've always wanted. The Mathematics of Love attempts to quantify our understanding of love by looking at the patterns that dictate who we meet, and ultimately, who we fall for.
A truly fascinating read, this slim book will completely transform the way you look at true love. Award-winning journalist and bestselling author Jo Piazza wants to tell you what no one else will: yes, marriage is hard, but there are a lot of ways to make it easier, or at least better.
Drawing from interviews with women from 25 countries across five continents, How to Be Married is a heartwarming attempt to help readers figure out just that. Best known for her groundbreaking exploration of modern romantic relationships, Anatomy of Love , Helen Fisher has spent a lot of her career thinking, and writing, about the science behind all those warm and fuzzy feelings.
In Why We Love , she draws from scientific data and extensive research to ask and try and answer all of the Five W's about love. Eloquent and compelling, Fisher's insight will help you better understand one of the most fundamental components of humanity: connection. What is love?
Carrie Jenkins attempts to answer that pesky age-old question in this beautiful and accessible book that looks at love through the lens of history, philosophy, and the social sciences. Thoughtful and inclusive, How to Love is a wonderful combination of personal anecdote and serious philosophical reflection.
Love you loads! This is a charming short story about two sisters finding love. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. She's had their wedding planned since she was twelve and is ready for a happily ever after with him, but life just isn't that neat and tidy. Lady Helen prefers a book to a ball, but meets a stranger when she tries to find a hiding place. This was a very enjoyable short read bringing the relationship between Helen and Sophie into the light. This exclusive prequel is not for sale.
Despite what the title implies, this important book doesn't tell people how to love, but asks them how they want to love and be loved in return. If you feel frustrated by the commonly accepted theories around modern of love and romance, this incisive essay collection from celebrated feminist, critic, and scholar bell hooks might be exactly what you need for a new frame of reference.
Start by marking “Discovering Us (True Love, #1)” as Want to Read: Ellen has loved Jagger since she was five and he was seven when they kissed through the chain link fence at school. USA Today Best Selling author Harper Bentley writes about hot alpha males who love hard. Editorial Reviews. Review. "You will be left begging for more! Don't say I didn't warn you! Discovering Us (True Love Trilogy Book 1) by [Bentley, Harper].
But things get more and more complicated when busy schedules, a slimy agent and a supermodel disrupt their lives, which makes Ellen question whether they'll ever get their perfect forever. This is the first book of the True Love Trilogy. Due to language and sexual content, this book is not recommended for readers under age Although she's managed to maintain her sanity regardless of her career choice, jumping into the world of publishing her own books goes to show that she might be closer to the ledge than was previously thought.
After traveling the nation in her younger years as a military brat, having lived in Alaska, Washington State and California, she now resides in Oklahoma with her teenage daughter, two dogs and one cat, happily writing stories that she hopes her readers will enjoy. You can contact her at HarperBentleyWrites gmail.