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About the Author
- ASIN : B01BLWRSAA
- Publisher : Over and Above Creative (May 16, 2016)
- Publication date : May 16, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 1102 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 226 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,755,070 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I think it's really brave to not only do what they author did - experiment with alternative ways in love - but then to write about it and tell the story - with a little added spice for entertainment.
I was very inspired by it to think differently and I think a lot of women will feel the same, reading this book.
A lot of us live in relationships with men and have thoughts about alternative ways but we don't talk about it much, so it's not just an entertaining book, but also a very important book, because it makes us talk about this very important issue.
Thumbs up for writing it, letting us get a look inside the female mind and at the same time be entertaining!
On its first chapter, I was quite excited because this book will be in a diary format and it’s based on a true story. Now that’s interesting, isn’t it? Also on its first chapter, we’ve got to meet this woman behind the “One Woman” in the title “One Woman Three Men” named Elizabeth that I guess has a “heart break” as a middle name. It’s quite exciting though, because I want to meet this guy who’s going to mend her broken heart. (Haha, I know that sounded cheesy) Even if it’s a diary format, I can’t help but noticed how well-written this book is. Another plus point eh?
As I continue with the book, I can’t help but be appalled on how Elizabeth, or known as Dixie as her nickname, do everything just to have her own man. I’m not sure if it’s really “a matter of death not having a man that early in life” (considering you’ve been into a bad relationship before) and it’s been almost 8 effing years since I’ve been into a relationship, and so far, I am living a great life. I don’t need a man, I just need his sperm to have a baby, a beautiful baby to be exact with blue or green eyes, hahalol. (that’s for me, respect it yow haha)
This is my first time to read a book from the author so I was kinda surprised on how this story is really going. Well, to be honest, I was surprised with the story, and considering it was based on a true story! I just don’t think I’ll be doing what she’s doing, I’m kind of conservative eh? So reading this book is like reading Fifty Shades of Grey one more time, but this time, it’s based on a true story, imagine the feels? Haha.
This book is surprisingly hilarious (I can’t really keep my mind off with those threesome scene, omg! I felt molested haha) and absurd at the same time. I can’t say that I hate it but there were times that I think I did, but overall, I’m glad the ending makes sense. Well, actually I did learn a lesson or two from this book. Isn’t that what’s most important?
I also think that it was the reason behind the three-star rating above. I could have given it two, but the ending was fabulous. The woman here was looking too far but she didn’t know that the man for her is just around the corner!
Also, I think this book isn’t for me…yet. I’m still too young (at heart) and haven’t had any experience in the love department (or should I say, I haven’t been in love with a man, most of the time, I fell in love with the characters I’ve read in books, or sometimes, with foods hahalol). So I guess that’s also one of the reasons why I didn’t enjoy this story that much. This story is not yet for me, I guess when I turned 40 and I’m still single, I might want to read it again hahalol.
For those people who failed in love but still wants to be in love, then the three-man model this book is offering might help you? Haha, I’m not sure if it’ll be with me, I’m simply not the bold type. But let’s see when I get 40 and single eh? Lol.
While I enjoyed the various intellectual ideas she posits in the course of the book, it really does not fit the romance novel genre. There is a little explicit sex, but not enough to consider it an erotic novel either. It's just interesting fiction to me. So as an independent reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock, it gets four hearts for holding my attention all the way through!