Theprairie vole, a small rodent from the mid-western plains of the USA, has itmade. Not only do prairie voles pair off for life but they spend hours groomingand cuddling in their burrows. At their peak, they will make love for two-daymarathons! They are great parents too, with the male vole completely involvedin caring for his pups. In contrast, their cousins the meadowvoles mate indiscriminately and live solitary lives, with the female meadowvole left to bring up her offspring alone.Becauseneuroscientists are so interested in the radical difference between these twolifestyles, we know more about the brain make-up of prairie voles than any othercreature. Thanks to them, we are now beginning to understand the biochemicalpathways of love shared by all species of animals, including ourselves, and thekey to a more fulfilling sex life.MaritalTherapist Andrew G Marshall combines this latest scientific research withtwenty-five years' professional experience of helping couples turn around theirlove lives. In Make Love Like a Prairie Vole, he has created a programme that will not onlytransform routine into passionate sex but also leads to the kind of lovemakingthat will bind you and your partner together as a couple.