If you’re searching for the best books to help you seduce women, you can find my recommendations below.
Now you don’t need to read every book about seduction ever published — but you do need to read quite a lot if you want to become a better seducer and hone your skills to a level of mastery that will satisfy your needs.
Having many seduction references doesn’t hurt. Why? Because you can test and figure out what works and what doesn’t.
Moreover, you can discover some more books you might have overlooked.
And I don’t know your particular situation, so you’ll have to help yourself. So this list of books about seducing women is not arranged in any order.
Many of these seduction books are foundational, meaning the books you should read if you want to understand seduction and sexual attraction. Some will help you get laid; some might not.
Nonetheless, these books will help you thoroughly understand human psychology, seduction, and pick up from different perspectives.
These are the seduction books every seducer should read — a continuation from the first list found here.
Best seduction books
Robert Greene’s The Art of Seduction is much more than enticing the opposite sex; this book is about seducing anyone politically, socially, and sexually!
Like the author’s 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction contains analogies from history. It highlights the achievements of the world’s great seducers like Casanova, Duke de Richelieu, Genji, and the likes and gets into the heart of their nature, strategies, triumphs, and failures.
This book goes deep about personality traits and the qualities you must have to seduce anyone, including the strategies and tactics that will let you take control of situations.
The Art of Seduction is a good primer on persuasion and philosophy and a guide to life. But it may be a bit deep if all you are looking for is to have more sex.
Swoon will tell you the difference between the players of today and real ladies’ men.
Combining history, science, culture, and research, Swoon unveils what a successful seducer is.
You’ll find plenty of anecdotes from history, literature, and mythology — to entertain and inform you.
This book analyzes the history of legendary lovers to uncover their seductive secrets that rock female hearts. Swoon gives you what made the ladies’ men — from ages long ago to our present time who women desire and swoon over — tick, which makes this almost like an academic text.
Swoon contains what you want to know about the great lovers of history — from the female perspective.
If you are interested in some of the examples of famous Casanovas from poets, fighters, romance novel heroes, and more, and you want to know what these Casanovas do to drive women wild, consider reading it.
Revelation by Chris Odom, Erik Von Markovik, James Matador
This book is a comprehensive how-to guide on pick up with a mix of theoretical and practical advice.
Revelation will help you understand everything about social interactions and provides many unique and simple tips, with a practical emphasis on vibe, delivery, humor, microcalibration, and value switches to help you capture women’s attention.
Not a book for the general public, Revelation is more suited to the more experienced and sophisticated pick-up artist.
Don’t worry, manipulation is not a focus of this book. Instead, it walks you through what seduction is and its origins and looks at a scientific approach to how attraction works for both men and women.
The book teaches you not only how to spot manipulation in everyday life but also how even an average person can be a great charmer. With great examples from history and the business world, you’ll know several types of influence, making the art of seduction practical in your hands.
Aside from the history of seduction, you’ll also know how seduction is similar and different from “pick-up.”
Although they contain similar information–and this will remind you of The Art of Seduction–I’m sure you’ll still gain new insights on seduction and pick-up. Which makes this a good companion to that book.
Not really a book. But a collection of forum posts.
Years ago, Pook posted on a PUA forum with a message that PUA techniques were too focused on others rather than focusing on yourself and your masculinity. Pook goes beyond picking up girls and seduction techniques and gives you more of a philosophy of life to grow you into a better person. So you’ll find great insights inside.
Sadly, Pook disappeared from the scene. But someone collected his posts that became The Book of Pook. It’s freely downloadable here.
From the King of Verbal Seduction, this book will help you awaken your sexuality without apology and improve your verbal seduction skills.
You should be upfront and straightforward because a man must be confident and Alpha to seduce women rather than polite, timid, and Beta.
The author uses his own experiences as examples. So you’ll find detailed erotically explicit dialogue Alan Roger Currie used in his real life to verbally seduce women. As a result, you’ll discover what the power of seductive speech can do to a woman.
No matter how good you are at communicating with women, the honest insights and wisdom in Oooooh . . . Say It Again will bring out your natural talent for turning a woman on verbally.
Consider also getting Mode One from the same author if you like this one.
Based on over 900 hours of scientific observations of when women and men meet, flirt, touch, and fall in love. Sex Signals will give you insights into why they behave the way they do.
This book explores the relationship between attraction, flirtation, intimacy, courtship, sex, love, and biology. And if you’re a more serious reader who gets off on scholarly citations and theoretical analysis, this book will turn you on.
It also offers a mix of science and philosophy regarding sexual attraction.
Some say it was groundbreaking when it was published in 1985 because what most know today was new research back then.
Fundamentals of Female Dynamics is a handbook for attracting women for the logical guys, engineers, or programmers.
This handbook breaks down the most fundamental concepts of attraction and seduction. So you will not find pick-up lines, gimmicks, or mind games. Instead, you’ll understand how attraction works on a deep level. You’ll know what causes your issues rather than covering them up.
If you’re like me, who likes to understand how things actually work instead of being told to do this and that, you’ll find this book worth the read — especially if you are new to the subject. However, if you’ve been studying pick-up and social psychology for some time, you probably won’t find anything new here.
If you want to find a thorough theoretical approach to female dynamics — using Feynman’s principle to explain the female mind and behavior — and you are used to reading engineering books . . . this is definitely for you.
You may know what a Casanova is. But do you know the man who bore that name?
One of the world’s most famous seducers, Giacomo Casanova was a gifted and fascinating Venetian who lived from 1725 to 1798.
Casanova’s life is one big adventure. And his story is more than a myth.
Casanova, the most notorious lover of the Western world, lived a life stranger and far more colorful than the most incredible tale. He lived as a writer, poet, philosopher, playwright, socialite, and man on the run. He was also an aspiring priest, an army officer, a con man, a gambler, and a spy.
He aspired to live a life of freedom from restraint. And as a seducer, he was already notorious in his own time.
He wrote his memoirs, a collection of his conquests, for his own enjoyment, and recorded at least a hundred and twenty love affairs, duels, swindles, arrests, and escapes.
Casanova’s complete memoir is a tome, massive, and expensive spanning several volumes of a gripping narrative. It starts from his youth in Venice and includes imprisonment, thrilling escapes, and of course, amorous conquests, ranging from noblewomen to nuns.
It shows the colorful past of Europe, giving you a backstage view of many famous events. It is often considered the most authentic source of the customs, cultures, and thought processes of the people of the 18th century.
Reading his memoir is like traveling back in time.
It is an almighty read but worth it for history buffs or adventurers.
If that’s not you, there are many biographies of Casanova. So perhaps you’d rather read a condensed and excellent biography like . . . Adventurer: The Life and Times of Giacomo Casanova.
Or Casanova’s Women: The Great Seducer and the Women He Loved, told from the perspective of his innumerable sexual conquests.
And many more!
Undoubtedly, there are still many more worthy seductions books you can read. Even though I’d like to add more but I’m going to stop here. Because I am already very tired.
However, here are a few extra books to put in your bag.
How to Win Friends And Influence People is required reading for any seducer. If you haven’t read it, read it first.
If you are not confident enough in bed, better read She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Pleasuring a Woman before you find yourself between women’s legs.
My Secret Garden, a book about women’s sexual fantasies, is also a must-read if you can’t get around the fact that women have sexual fantasies.
You can also check out the other list on attract women books.