Late-Life Love: Romance and New Relationships in Later Years Author Connie Goldman used to be on the staff of National Public Radio, and has a reporter's knack for creating short but poignant and meaningful profiles of people's relationships.
You'll thoroughly enjoy these inspirational love stories and useful tips on how to keep your relationship romantic.
Amazing Sex After 60: Maintaining An Active and Exhilarating Senior Sex Life This how-to book offers a lot of good medical and health information that older men and women may not have thought about for a while, such as how to use condoms and why sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in the 60-plus age group.
There is a lot of helpful information on sexual technique as well.
How 50 Couples Found Love After 50 Written by Ted Blake, this book offers instructional stories about forming a later-in-life romance.
Blake, a syndicated dating and relationship columnist, profiles 50 couples and offers a "lessons learned" section after each tale.
En español | If anyone needs proof that aging baby boomers are still very interested in romance, all you have to do is check out the shelves at your local library or bookstore.
You'll find scores of titles on the topic, everything from illustrated books on sexual positions to scholarly tomes on the science of attraction. I encourage you to check out these books, flip through their pages and find the ones that most appeal to you — and your partner.
Big Sex Little Death Another great memoir by Susie Bright, the original sexual rebel who created the first erotic magazine for women: On Our Backs.
This poetic book also reminds us to view our spouse with perfect love, overlooking his or her flaws.
No one is perfect, of course, but maintaining a commitment to see the best in our spouse goes a long way in overlooking the “little foxes that spoil the vineyards” (Song of Solomon ) and ruin a marriage.
Here's a list of that can help you fill your bedroom bookshelf.
Autumn Romance: Stories and Portraits of Love After 50 Envisioned and produced by Carol Denker, this book chronicles the love, marriages and commitments of 30 couples, each story more inspiring than the next.