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The author delves first into the psychology of men from the point of view of a man, openly admitting that the male species does have certain soft spots that any woman can exploit. As I poured myself a glass of wine, I let the earlier chapters linger.
As a happily married woman, I have no need for Tactics, but as I sat back down to read, I found out that I was being naïve. By the time I finished the chapters on flirting, phone sex, and asking for gifts in the proper way, I was on my second glass of wine and thinking of trying these things on my husband (just a smudge) to see if it would net a better birthday gift this year.
The second part of the book builds on the first twelve chapters and signals an advanced stage where those women who don t mind going the extra mile sexually can master things like online dating and my personal favorite, The Kardashian Effect. Through it all, the author G.L. Lambert makes this a highly entertaining read even for us non-Hos, with his pop-culture infused sense of humor and sleek use of analogies that helped even a non-hip woman such as me keep up with the steps.
My only negative take away was that, while it does preach about the ills of this lifestyle, it does serve it up as a huge temptation. The chapter on going from Ho to Housewife I fear could influence younger women to take up this charge. With that said, I did learn something, which in itself blew away my expectations (while putting a smile on my husband's face).
I highly recommend Ho Tactics, but only to those women over 21 years of age, I figure that you should be of drinking age before you come of Hoing age. --Urban League Digest