I curl up nightly beside my husband and read while he usually watches television. He prefers reading the paper, however he is a Calvin and Hobbes fan so I may have to see if I can lure him away with the promise of some of these recommendations.
Reading is usually thought of as a solitary activity. Sure, back in our grade-school days, we sat around in groups and pretended to listen as one classmate after another read aloud, and then we blushed and stammered a bit when it was our turn. But ever since we got out of school, we’ve done our reading alone. Who knows, maybe it has something to do with those unpleasant school room memories.
Reading together is actually a very enjoyable past-time for people to share, especially when they’re in love, and even more when they’re reading about love. Curling up together with a good book can bring you and your partner closer — not only in a very real physical sense as you snuggle together and turn the pages, but in an emotional sense, as well.
There are a few things to keep in mind to make the experience as satisfying as…
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