-- Los Angeles Times
"Sherry Argov encourages women who feel like doormats to develop a sense of independence."
First the title is quite racy compared to the content.
The book really focuses on being assertive and firm with your partner to maintain balance in your relationship. Read more
This is a great book. However, if you have already read "Why Men Love Bitches", it's essentially the same topics, just for a more mature audience I think.Published 4 days ago by Amy Osborn
Fun to read. Great advice. Felt like the book was a bit rushed, but it's meant to be a fun read.Published 16 days ago by nicole
Love this book! I wish someone had taught me this when I was in my 20sPublished 20 days ago by Lisa Ellis
I need a refund. I can not upload this to my Kindle and I'm not sure how to use it thank youPublished 22 days ago by Charla
Interesting and awakening! Now we can see what motivates a man.Published 22 days ago by Lucille Fendley
So many "relationship advice" authors string women along with teaser copy, expensive "programs" and books, and play on women's insecurities. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Still Single
Argov's first book ("Why Men Love Bitches") was, in my view, better, perhaps because now we have come to expect more of the same from Argov. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Mav