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If I’m really interested in a book I check Amazon [US] to see if the author is offering a copy of their book. Since this author did, I downloaded the KU onto my computer.
It doesn’t matter if we’re a man or a woman who searching for the HEA we want in our lives. Sometimes the relationship we’ve found end in marriage and we’ve got the HEA we’ve desired. But, sometimes this relationship ends in disaster as we find out something about the one we’ve found which is something we’re not interested in having in ours. Sometimes, there’s an something external interfering with us having it.
What the author gives his readers in this book, “101 Reasons to Break Up” is a collection of 101 real life stories of breakups, the reasons for which are totally hilarious and sometimes unbelievably bizarre. The summarized stories contained in this book had been taken from relationship interviews from strangers who’d been willing to tell them.
For an example, on the funny side, one guy broke up with his vegan-eating girl concerned with the environment because of her refusal to use toilet paper.
Getting a little bizarre, there’s a woman who had an intellectually, great-looking, piano-playing guy, who she found out had a collection of homemade gay videos with him as one of the actors. Good thing she broke up with this guy when she did. He died shortly after their breakup.
At a heavy-metal concert, a guy poked his date in the eye and then told her she’d turned her head at the wrong time because he’d wanted to give her a wet-willy. Naturally, she didn’t believe him. End of story.
While there might be some of you reading these relationship fiascos are lucky you’ve never had one, others can relate to relationship to them, because either you or a close friend has had one.
For giving his readers a seriously hilarious look at how weird relationships can sometimes get causing them to come to an abrupt end, I’ve given this book by J. Edward Neill 5 STARS.
10/10 Would read again