|Pages/Publication Date:||224 / 2015|
Love: for centuries we've been trying to figure it out, control it, or just get better at it. But what is it? And does it really conquer all? As the editor the New York Times's "Modern Love" column, Daniel Jones is made privy to people's intimate relationships?the ones that soar, crash, or hum along, from the bizarre to the supposedly "normal." Drawing from the 50,000 stories that have crossed his desk over the past decade, Jones explores ten aspects of love?pursuit, destiny, vulnerability, connection, trust, practicality, monotony, infidelity, loyalty, and wisdom?and creates a lively, funny, and enlightening journey through this universal human experience that thrills, crushes, and sustains.