Reviews

I defy anyone to make it through this book without learning something new (and cracking a smile in the process). — Women Can Do Anything, February 1, 2005

Sur un ton léger et humoristique, elle indique ainsi comment agir avec compassion à l’égard d’un éjaculateur précoce, aborde la question du «lendemain matin» (est-on tenu d’offrir le petit déjeuner ou de prêter sa brosse à dents?) et propose des listes des ‘à faire’ et ‘à proscrire.'”— La Presse, August 9, 2004 (en Francais)

“Vogels has chosen a fun yet frank format to get people talking about what goes on between the sheets.” — Metro Toronto, July 12, 2004

“…An etiquette book for the aspiring perfect lover […] complete with pithy sidebars and saucy illustrations.” — Toronto Star (Books), July 11, 2004

“If Sue Johansen is your salty grandma, then Josey Vogels is your sassy gal pal.” — Globe & Mail (Books), July 10, 2004

“Read this and you’ll not only be a well-mannered lover, you’ll be able to say you’re truly sexually hip.” — Valerie Gibson, Toronto Sun, June 27, 2004

“…this slim volume quickly turned the “fusty” into lusty. Think of Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw, but with the sexual curiosity and abandon of her friend Samantha Jones…” –– Montreal Gazette, June 28, 2004

“Vogels’ […] frank take on the subject matter is a refreshing change from the all the spitefully deranged Carrie Bradshaw wannabes.” — Leah McLaren, Globe & Mail, June 26, 2004

“Vogels delivers a funny and frank how-to guide for being polite even in the diciest of sexual scenarios.” — 24 Hours, June 23, 2004

“Vogels’ approach is frank, while providing lively and thoughtful advice.” — Toronto Sun, June 18, 2004

“The graphic, often hilarious tome on everything — that means everything — sexual isn’t for the faint of heart” Halifax Chronicle-Herald, June 14, 2004

“In her new book on sex etiquette, Bedside Manners(HarperCollins), Vogels explains how to get down and dirty, without being quite so dirty.” — National Post (Books), June 12, 2004

“For her fifth and latest book, Bedside Manners, Vogels shows why she is Canada’s most widely read sexpert.” — Quill & Quire, June, 2004