A columnist for Seventeen and a regular contributor to several women's magazines, Weston offers a breezy discussion of honeymoons. Her advice ranges from the practical (""Passport Pointers'' and ``A Refresher Course in Birth Control'') to the romantic (``Fifty Nifty Ways to Say `I Love You' '' and a section in which celebrities describe their honeymoons). While Weston provides helpful information and many spicy ideas, her cuteness is often overbearing (``I bet you knew that a nonstop flight makes no stops''). Also, her advice is sometimes wildly misleading. For example, she states that income taxes are lower for married people. Actually if both spouses work, taxes are much higher than if they were both single. (June)
Reviewed on: 06/01/1986 Release date: 06/01/1986 Genre: Nonfiction
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