it's knowing what you need from a partner and demanding the entire package.Stocked full of top ten lists; enlightening quotes from film, literature, and pop culture; and sidebars with extra Quick Tips, this manual will be a must-have for all women ready to find Mr. She is by NO MEANS telling you to fake interest in your potential partner's activities. It is always important to take an honest interest in your lover's passions of life.Whether it be Shakespeare or going down to the river and fishing, if you want to be one of his passions, learn a thing or two about his.At first, I thought this was a book to teach a woman how to marry a rich man but it turned out to be fairly decent. Courtney Sullivan is the author of the New York Times bestselling novels Commencement, Maine and The Engagements.There were a couple great pointers on how to handle the beginning obstacles of a relationship. Maine was named a Best Book of the Year by Time magazine, and a Washington Post Notable Book for 2011.These kinds of advices are preposterous and the so-called tactics are fallible and flawed. Empowering, witty and honest to the point of being blunt [which is very, very refreshing:]Not every guy is the same and I am fully aware of that.
Courtney Sullivan is the author of the New York Times bestselling novels Commencement, Maine and The Engagements.
Stocked full of top ten lists; enlightening quotes from film, literature, and pop culture; and sidebars with extra Quick Tips, this manual will be a must-have for all women ready to find Mr. This book is so shallow that I wonder how could it even get published in the first place.
The definition of dating up in this book is dating rich men and getting things for free.
I personally do not condone Sullivan's advices in feigning interest in sports, faking knowledge in literature that one's not familiar with, or pretending to be a domestic goddess in cooking to lure men into relationship. And money is not just a financial means, it's an attitude. The book is encouraging you to shoot for the stars. She is just giving you tips on how to be a self loving, independent, sophisticated woman who can look back on your life and say "Wow, I really had some good times".
I was stunned when she mentioned that the stamp on the thank-you note will earn you his grandmother's diamond in the future. Accepting a free drink because a man is in love with your eyes is not a gold digger. But should thereof keep you from a man that you love? If you already have your man, have a wonderful life together. But let's be frank, we all want to be financially stable. "Whether you think you can or you can't, you're right"It seems to be that there is a recurring trend of women dating below what they want and sucking it up. I am just in love with the way Miss Sullivan phrases her words.