How to get a man, keep him and make him beg for more!
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A 27-year-old nymphomaniac from New York is teaching women across the world how to get a man, keep him and make him beg for more.
Arden Leigh has created seduction techniques which she guarantees will help all women, no matter how they look, to land their dream man.
In an exclusive interview with the Sun, Leigh said that she might come across as super-confident with men but she hasn't always been that way.
In fact, she didn't have her first kiss until she was 18 and didn't have her first boyfriend or lose my virginity until she was 22.
Leigh was a barmaid, with a mundane job, and was massively unsuccessful in her love life.
She was lonely, frustrated and miserable, and fell for men who didn't feel the same way about her.
But then she discovered the art of seduction, and everything changed.
The author of 'The New Rules Of Attraction: How To Get Him, Keep Him, And Make Him Beg For More' has studied and honed her technique to a fine art, lost 20lb, corset-trained her waist and now has the skills to get the men she always thought were unattainable.
In the past three years she has become a professional seductress and is now living the life of her dreams.
'I've slept with famous singers, writers and TV stars, proving that nobody is truly unattainable to me. But seduction is a life of service and isn't easy. I can never be off my game and now I have dedicated my life to making sure all women can be as lucky in love as me,' she said.
It was in 2008 when Leigh first decided to dedicate her life to the art of seduction.
Sick of hearing about her failing love life, one of her male friends suggested some reading material and she became fascinated by Neil Strauss' controversial pick-up book 'The Game', as well as Robert Greene's 'The Art of Seduction'.
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