- File Size: 124 KB
- Print Length: 30 pages
- Publisher: Digital Romance Inc; 1 edition (June 1, 2012)
- Publication Date: June 1, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00887JUQC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,160 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Make Him Beg To Be Your Boyfriend In 6 Simple Steps Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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This book mainly tells girls to "friend zone" a guy and treat him like crap basically. To (even while hooking up with him) talk about other men and make him think you are SOOOO desired and act like he's nothing to you.
WELL I tried this advice out with the current guy I was dating when I read the book and he was actually put off by it... IT DIDN'T MAKE HIM WANT ME MORE. It made him feel insecure and he stopped talking me. He told me he felt like I didn't want him or need him. It wasn't super big loss because I wasn't crazy about him...
BBBUUUTTTT the next guy I met - I REALLY LIKED. We hit it off right off the bat, had awesome chemistry, were instant friends and getting along fine... UNTILLLL I started doing the dumb shit this book told me to do. INSTANTLY within a day of making me sound like all the dudes are after me he stopped talking to me. He had texted me EVERY day up until I did this... and then suddenly he was "busy" all the time and flaking on me.
These techniques are for immature, insecure, player type guys who need to validate their ego - this is probably who the author is and who he sounds like when he describes himself. This isn't the type of guy who you want - and you don't wanna be the type of girl who needs to put a guy down to get him.
IF YOU DO WANNA GET A GUY - here's what you gotta do... not be needy! Basically just don't care about whether you lose him or not... and how do you do that? Fill your life with things you DO care about. Spend a lot of time with friends - take up hobbies and sports you REALLY like... try to have a ton of things going on in your own life. If you have all the stuff going on - trust me - you are going to care a lot of less about the guy - you wont have to fake it... you're gonna feel fulfilled by all the other things in your life. You're gonna care less about seeing him and you are gonna be busy - he's gonna have to fight for your time. You don't need to be mean to him or try to make him jealous - nobody likes being treated like that - guy or girl!
BOTTOM LINE - THIS BOOK SUCKS!!! IT OFFERS BAD ADVICE AND DOES A DISSERVICE TO WOMEN!! DO NOT READ IT!!!!!!!!
"Nice guys" and "Nice girls" need to seek each other out and skip all the lies and games. If people need to play games, they are not mature enough to be in a relationship or to STAY in one.
I guess it was sort of worth the read, as it was interesting and took me only 10 minutes to read the entire "report". He's pretty accurate about most men, I think. The book is okay. Not bad but not great, just interesting.