"This is what I call a survival guide for today’s single woman. Literally! How do you know if who you’re dating isn’t the best con in the world…dangerous, a liar, married? It’s good to be a little suspicious sometimes. Who else will take care to see that you’re safe? This book is a good way to see things more clearly."
"I really like this book! Not only is it entertaining, but these hard-to-believe, yet true experiences of one young woman have plenty of insight and sound advice to offer. It gives women and men some real help throughout the book. I could hardly wait to get to the next story."
"A great read!! The author uses the idea of preparing for true love by clearing your mind first. It deals with helping to clear out all the junk so as to find real love…someone that truly has your best interests at heart."
"This book is like having a friend. You get all kinds of secrets and helpful tips that you never would have thought of! There is an abundance of guidance on the mistakes women make, as well as men and their likes, dislikes, turnoffs etc."
"Very entertaining! Straightforward and insightful! A changed man gives his perspective on why some guys choose to sneak around. It shows a forthright look at men and why they take advantage of certain opportunities with women. Good read."
"Do you know the difference between love, lust, yearning… Even very intelligent women have a difficult time making that distinction. This book will help to discern and change some damaging attitudes that have kept you from finding true love."
"What a fun, fun, funny book! Most women I know can relate to the caving in to our impulses feeling, when faced with the red “Sale’ sign in our favorite stores. This is a joy to read and it’s humor is so applicable to almost all women."
"This is a beautifully and well written book. It helps the reader understand how honesty and truthfulness is absolute essential in a marriage. It is a great resource and will bring you back to it time after time."
"Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood is a wonderful story of one woman's mission to try and understand her mother by studying the secrets recorded in her sisterhood notebook. This story will make you laugh… and cry."
"Angry Housewives Eating Bons Bons by Lorna Landvik is the story of five women in a book club in Minnesota from 1968 to 1998. This book is fast paced, but keeps the depth of content. I’d love to be friends with these ladies. It makes me want to join a book club."
"18. The Blood of Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani's is so well written it will captivate and move you. It’s set in 17th Iran about a young woman and her passion for knotting rugs. When her father dies she must depend on wealthy family to help her out. Very engrossing."
"This book kept me turning its pages. It’s about a man placing an ad for "a reliable wife." She responded, saying that she was a simple, honest woman…not even close. But Ralph (her betrothed) had a plan of his own. Enthralling."