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  • Paperback: 118 pages
  • Publisher: Jevon Sims (August 24, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0578128772
  • ISBN-13: 978-0578128771
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.3 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #551,291 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jevon Sims wrote an insightful and thought-provoking book!
Ms.Jacqueline
I would use this book to help women avoid men like Vawn...he just shows that being naive and trusting someone at face value can lead to heartbreak and dissapointment.
Globetrotter5K
If you just want to sleep around, you don't need a book for that.
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Globetrotter5K on October 21, 2013
Being good at getting women to have sex with you does not a relationship expert/counselor/advisor make. If there was a "How to be a Player 2" Vawn could be the star and director. Steve Harvey and Mr. Jevon Sims need to have a chat. I thought Steve's failed relationships took away some of his credibility as a relationship advisor but Vawn's decisions and attitude in the PRESENT makes him even less credible.

If Vawn is so HONEST and open, he should not wait for someone to ASK him for the truth...like a game of poker, he withods certain cards that for many people, would be deal breakers. Any guy who refers to women as "spare tires" has issues....issues that he should and NEEDS to resolve BEFORE spreading warped misguided "advice" to other people.

Observing Vawn smooth talk women and flirt with multiple women in front of a woman he is suppose to have RESPECT for is dispicaple and shows just how immature and self-serving he is. I would call Jevon Sims a dog but he is nothing more than a boy that still believes the garbage the male figures in his life taught him: women are disposable and that if you aren't asked you don't tell.

I would use this book to help women avoid men like Vawn...he just shows that being naive and trusting someone at face value can lead to heartbreak and dissapointment.
I give this book one star for helping to make women (ESP young/inexperienced) women of just how duplicit, confused, and misguided "grown" men can be. Perhaps more women would start asking the RIGHT question before the give up the goods and/or become emtionally invested in someone who is leading them down a very short road to nowhere.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Synthia on October 28, 2013
Vawn Sims anchors his book on the values of "honesty" and "communication." At first, I felt he was copying the Mode One relationship approach by Alan Roger Currie that has been around for years and is also about direct communication and honesty with women. However, Sims is much less advanced, genuine or efficient. Fortunately, potential book buyers can check out his theories in action before you buy by watching the TV show the New Atlanta. There, Vawn is not "honest" but confusing and manipulative by having romantic and perhaps even sexual relationships with women by calling them friends and saying there's only a friendship. The problem is that friendships are platonic, so Vawn is purposely using a misnomer instead of having the guts for real honesty and saying he wants romantic but open relationships.

For a relationship adviser to flirt with a woman, kiss her, sleep with her, invite her on dates but label it a platonic relationship rather than an open romantic or sexual relationship shows that at a basic level, he is confused about concepts. And if a relationship philosophy is confused at the basic conceptual level, why would anyone take advice built on that faulty foundation.

Furthermore, Vawn in action pretends not to be able to pick up on unspoken cues that are natural for humans to discern in a relationship. For example, he claims not to know a woman cares about him even though she kisses him and spends time confiding to him and going on dates. What man cannot discern from such a behavior that a woman cares about him? Vawn claims the woman has to tell him directly.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tim J Artl on October 31, 2013
I can only fairly review the contents viewable with the Amazon "Look Inside" feature, as there is no way that I would ever (however indirectly) hand my money over to Vawn. This book is advertised with women as the target audience, and within the first few pages they are very obviously talked down to and referred to as "hot bitches". And I can't even begin to describe how offensive his use of the English language is in a published book! What an absolute disgrace to mankind.

My experience with Vawn comes through seeing how he presents himself in the Bravo show "The New Atlanta", and I am not kidding when I say that this dude is one of the most despicable, disrespectful, chauvinistic pigs there is. (I also have to laugh out loud that a published author says that his system is "tailored made" for men. It's really hard to read the work of an author that hasn't even grasped his primary language.)

If being like Vawn is what it takes to be a man, I'm perfectly happy just being a male. If I could give this negative stars to balance out the fake positive reviews, I would feel I've done my part in turning anybody/everybody away from the "advice" of the worst role model ever.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By flygal2k on October 14, 2013
what canhetell me that i dont know laeady. all men dont hink like him and are not dogs. commons sense is need to kow whats trash and whts not. so ssing him onthe show it ws obvious that he was a a dog. he isnt someoe to fall in love wh and isnt rlltship materil just sex material. so a woman will play herself to fall for him and end expect a ring. what u will get is your feelings hurt and your bodys used up. lol not worth my cent to support his trash.
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