Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
How To Marry A Multi-Millionaire Paperback – January 1, 2006
The Amazon Book Review
Author interviews, book reviews, editors picks, and more. Read it now
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers who bought this item also bought
About the Author
Ted Morgan, international socialite of mystery and charm, is intimately familiar with the high net worth dating and mating circuit. A partner in a large and prestigious Wall Street firm, Mr. Morgan is the quintessential WASP. After evading several high-end Gold Diggers, Mr. Morgan married into a family of great wealth. Now happily divorced, he splits his time between Southampton, Palm Beach and Manhattan
. <P<b>Serena Worth a journalist in New York City. After working for more than ten years as a senior editor of a major business publication, Ms. Worth now coaches women on lifestyle issues, achieving career goals and managing relationships at home and in the workplace. She is married with two children and lives in Manhattan with her husband, a high profile investment banker.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I think this book's title is incorrect. A better title for this book would be "How to destroy your marriage and get a divorce".
After reading about 2 chapters, I decided not only was this book a waste of time, but I was also bothered by what this book was promoting.
I am a multi-millionaire, and single, so perhaps my reasons for reading this book are different than the typical reader.
I guess what bothers me about this book is the whole focus on money and it misses out on true meaning of love and marriage. In particular the book had several chapters on really dumb ideas such as ways to frame your spouse and set them up so that when you go to get a divorce you can try to make them look bad in court in the hopes of getting more money when you get a divorce. It talks about how to avoid having to sign a prenup, how to get out of your responsibilities, etc.
In fact some of the dumb ideas they promote won't even work from a legal standpoint in most divorce courts because of no-fault divorce laws. So not only are their ideas insensitive and cruel, they don't even serve any purpose other than giving you ideas on how to hurt your spouse or destroy your marriage. The ideas they offer will also help you have a more bitter divorce that will result in more legal fees for your divorce attorneys (and less money for you).
I can assure you that if I was dating someone and they pulled some of the stunts suggested by this book, then our relationship would end and there would never be a marriage.
Marriage should be about love, respect, commitment. This book seems to think that marriage is mainly a way for somebody to use another person, become rich, and then get a divorce.
Having a lot of money won't make up for what you lose if you decide to live your life like a lie. This book has no real value and does not serve much purpose other than showing you how to sabatoge your life and the people who are in it.
If you buy this book, you are wasting your money and time. You are also giving money to authors who really don't deserve to make money. In a way I feel it is unethical to give financial support to people like the authors of this book. You vote with your dollars and what you choose to buy and read also says a lot about who you are.
If you really feel like this is a book you want, then just read it at the bookstore and after about 2 chapters you will realize you probably don't want to waste your time or money on this book.
However, it is probably to most expansive book on Gold Digging that is currently out there (however, I have not read Sayles book yet, so hers may be better). However, had I known that I was too long in the tooth to be a gold-digger, I wouldn't have spent the money (i.e. if you are over 30, forget about it). Too bad for me, but good luck to all of you. Perhaps I'll see you in and around NYC (at a benefit, perhaps)!
Better buy the Ginie Sayles "how to marry the rich", her book is more comprehensive than this one and goes into more depths about the different types of rich man and how to appeal to them, and good tips on how to "blend in" and avoiding social faux-pas, which is good if you're looking for a potential business partner instead of a potential mate.
One more thing, whichever book you chose to buy, remember this: Only a youthful, good-looking and thin white woman has a good chance to bag a wealthy husband and marry well above her station.
For plain janes and women of color, it's really a crapshoot (ok maybe a few asian women can beat the odds, but exceptions do not make the rule).
Gold digging is not a color blind activity, and wealthy men are just like other men, they are not really interested in your "inner beauty".
Most recent customer reviews