A doctor, a lawyer, and an accountant tell you everything you need to know about what men want.
Will he call me? Should I play hard to get? Why isn't he more romantic? Should I approach him? Why doesn't he say "I love you"?
Men are easy to read once you learn their language. Now you'll never have to wonder again with this honest, funny, straight-talking guide from three professional men that reveals not only what but how men think about women, dating, relationships, and commitment. Three single, eligible, experienced men break the code of silence to tell you what really attracts men, how to avoid getting hurt, and how to know if he loves you...or if he's just marking time. The secret, they say is simple: Weed out Mr. Wrong, nurture Mr. Right.
Inside you'll find out how to tell the difference and discover:
Once you know what a man wants, he's yours!
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The authors would have done well to include one of those "The more I learn about men, the more I love my cat" bumper stickers inside the pages of this book. It's full of advice along the lines of the pithy stuff found in last year's The Rules. Its authors, three 30-ish New York natives--a lawyer, a doctor, and an accountant--who refer to themselves as "professionals" over and over again, the better to convince you to cook their dinner--reveal all. Its sex advice reads like How to Make Love to a Man written with the acidity of Dr. Laura Schlessinger. Men like fellatio, stupid. Men like attractive women more than they like smart, successful women, stupid. Men would never get married except marriage means getting laid on a regular basis, you silly goose.
Brad, Chris, and Rich spice it all up by including detailed passages from their dating pasts: "They proceeded to Chris's apartment to listen to his extensive music collection. Next thing they knew, they found themselves rolling around on Chris's bed.... He wanted to get to know her before having sex with her, even if she didn't care either way.... Unfortunately, she was bewildered." They also answer ever-mysterious relationship questions. How to tell if your boyfriend is cheating on you? Check to see if the condom supply is dwindling at an unusual rate. Wondering why he doesn't introduce you to his parents? He doesn't want to marry you and thinks that meeting the folks would make wedding bells start ringing in your ears. Does he like it when you two are on a date and you talk about your ex-boyfriend? Nope.About the Author:
Bradley Gerstman Esq., is a partner at the law firm of Raskin & Gerstman LLP in New York City.
Christopher Pizzo, CPA, obtained his M.B.A. in finance at New York University and works as a vice president of finance at a firm in New York City.
Rich Seldes, M.D., lives and practices medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Book Description Avon, 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. New book. May have light shelf wear. Bookseller Inventory # BK0131827
Book Description Avon, 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0061098272
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Book Description Avon, 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0061098272