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Product Details

  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press; First Edition edition (October 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1608320588
  • ISBN-13: 978-1608320585
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 0.6 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,197,997 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

While enrolled at Vanderbilt University, Katherine Chloé Cahoon spent summers studying in Europe. Each fall her girlfriends wanted to know about the European men she had met, so she started writing. The result of her efforts became this guide. Cahoon is currently working on the screenplay of the book, which producers refer to as Sex and the City meets Love Actually in the hot spots of Europe.

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While enrolled at Vanderbilt University, Katherine Chloé Cahoon spent summers studying in Europe. Each fall when she returned to school her girlfriends wanted to know about the European men she had met, so she started writing. This guide was the result of her efforts. Cahoon is currently working with producers on the screenplay of the book, which they refer to as Sex and the City meets Love Actually in the hot spots of Europe.

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Customer Reviews

This book changed my life.
Heavey D
I recommend it to anyone who loves to travel or even read about traveling and especially to anyone doing study abroad!
LouiseHunter
I also thought the pictures and the labels associated with the various men were not exactly current or even relevant.
N. Kohler

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88 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Literatus on October 22, 2010
Format: Paperback
Miss Cahoon, we thank you for ending centuries of needless struggles. The modern woman can finally, like the modern man before her, benefit from the wisdom of the Enlightenment to improve every day life. "The Single Girl's Guide to Meeting European Men" is a triumph of heart, soul and the kind of modern consciousness that can only come from a generation that was raised on the Information Superhighway. That's right; the Internet goes by names other than Web 2.0.

Within these precious pages lie dormant a sleeping beast that, once released, promises to ravage the doldrums of a woman's happenstance existence, revealing the goddess beneath every girl. Miss Cahoon explains the truth behind this and others of the world's most ancient mysteries by starting at the reader's level and carefully spoon feeding them her helpful secrets that, if taken in larger quantities, would surely result in nothing less than a massive hemorrhaging of the medulla oblongata. Miss Cahoon is kind to her ignorant reader like a Swedish hostel manager might be kind to a single American girl who thinks Sweden is a rustic province of Wales and can't for the life of her remember if she thought to tell her family she'd be abroad for a few weeks. Kind like an Italian man who, before just now, has never seen an aloof, trusting American girl with skinny jeans and no sense of time or direction.
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Curious on October 22, 2010
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I'm a guy. I had absolutely no interest in this book, but my wife did. After she read it, she told me it was the greatest piece of 21st century literature. Naturally, I dismissed the notion of a manual to pick up men actually being a worthwhile read, but she insisted, so I gave it a shot. Imagine my surprise when I went to get a drink and saw that I had been reading for 9 hours straight! It was such a compelling page-turner that I somehow unwittingly finished the whole book and convinced myself to start over twice! Never in the course of human history has so much been owed by so many to one author. There are, as advertised, great tips for getting yourself in with some Euro spice, but they feel like an extra gift included with the deftly woven narrative. I only regret that I fell so in love with this book that now I, too, want to fly to Berlin and try to land one of the beautiful young men so well-described in these pages. My wife regrets it, too, but you won't! Read this book today!
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41 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Nathan I Wilson on October 23, 2010
Format: Paperback
As a European man, I can assure you ladies, this book will indeed help you meet me.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A. Koman on September 7, 2011
Format: Paperback
I opened the book the moment it arrived on my doorstep only to be disappointed that it lacked recipes and cooking instructions. It was then that I realized I had misread the title to be The Single Girl's Guide to Eating European Men. Nevertheless it was a fulfilling read, the tips help capture the attention of European men and the book's thick spine is a useful implement for knocking them unconscious. I guess I really lucked out!
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By MsRink on October 25, 2010
Format: Paperback
Okay, you're probably feeling skeptical about the promises set out by Miss Cahoon but I'm hear to tell you it's true - the secret to happiness is finding a European man.

For years I've struggled with the aching depression of a lonely woman. My life as a PhD in a Children's Hospital puts me in contact with men all the time - the exact wrong kind of man apparently. Despite their education, dedication, and motivation, they all lacked that certain something, that exotic flavor that denotes a man of substance. Too many evenings I spent aboard a yacht or lounging on a chaise in a Manhattan apartment listening to men speak about the future, or their feelings, while their words rang hollow in my ears.

Katherine has revealed a whole new world for me, and all it took was to open my mind to a magical place of mystery beyond the sea. In just a few short weeks I've met boat loads of amazing men, who have captivated and charmed my heart. There's Alfonso, the Pest Control Specialist from Spain who kept my rapt attention for 3 hours discussing his football team. Or how about Wolfgang, the noble Germanic gentleman who sells used books outside the park; I could listen to him spin tales of his WoW campaigns for hours.

My absolute favorite must be Sven, the Swedish stallion who assembles furniture at my local Ikea. I don't actually speak his beautiful language, but hearing his joyous expressions while he cooks for me is like listening to a choir of angels. I might not know what "Aweenda shmure da froog's legs - börk, börk, börk!" means but I melt when he says it.

So ladies, take my advice - read this book and discover how much better life is with a Euro man.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bob Dog VINE VOICE on December 2, 2010
Format: Paperback
There seems to be alot of controversy regarding the exact intent of Ms. Katherine Cahoon's new book "The Single Girl's Guide to Meeting European Men." Like several other reviewers, I was invited to comment by a representative of the publisher. My goal was to give my daughters another fun read as I had a year ago when I brought them "Boy Vey, The shiksa's guide to dating Jewish Men." "Vey" was decidedly focussed, informative, and fun. A serious attempt at helping your average shiksa solve the mysteries of the Torah.

Is Ms. Cahoon a talented, sarcastic comedienne, or an overly enthusiastic, naive, boy hunter? To be honest, I still don't know. But I'm not sure it matters. Basically, my girls got a few laughs from the text, read it for a while, but put it down. I think they were left somewhat unfulfilled by the books's regular departures from what they believe to be normal, modest, and safe behavior for a young lady. Since I didn't get much out of my girls, my perspective in this review is mostly that of a protective Dad who is long since passed his flirting days. Here are a couple of thoughts from dear old Dad:

First, assuming that Ms. Cahoon is serious about her book, in a world still wondering if every bone found on every carribean beach might belong to Natalee Holloway, I think we all know the real and horrifying dangers that exist for any female, let alone a young and naive woman travelling in a foreign country. Ms. Cahoon dedicates a few pages in the beginning to these issues, and also to STDs. But clearly focussing on the fun stuff, all the terrible dangers are consistently overlooked.

Second, and again assuming that Ms.
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