Included in this book are the following topics:
The disconcerting truth about why guys ask you out
The surprising things men like, and what they really hate
What men truly look for in a woman
What guys secretly want in bed
Why men cheat
How to know when a guy is lying
The “dirty little secrets” the men in your life are keeping
The 4 biggest myths about men
How to understand “Man-Speak”
What motivates guys to behave in the odd way they do
Who “man’s best friend” really is
Why almost everything you believe to be true about men…isn't
This book is hysterical, but it also makes a ton of sense. Matthews is quite straightforward, even causing me to say, “holy crap” while reading Chapter 6in several parts. I might have also been blushing. This book has been a great conversation starter with my husband and friends. My husband agreed with most of what was discussed in the book, with the exception that women with short hair are considered “cute” instead of “beautiful”. I have relatively short hair ;)
I recommend this book if you are looking for a quick and entertaining explanation into the mysterious goings-on in a man’s brain. It will certainly get you talking with other people.
About the Author:
David M. Matthews' career in Hollywood has been varied, to say the least. He served as Musical Director for 3 years on the CBS soap, "The Young and the Restless," for which he won an Emmy for Outstanding Musical Direction & Composition. During his tenure at "Y&R," he also executive produced a popular album containing performances by several of the show's stars, distributed by Nuance-MCA Records.
He then moved on to sitcom writing, where he penned scripts for "The Nanny" and "Living Single," as well as staff writing and producing gigs on "For Your Love" and "Half & Half."
Subsequently he successfully teamed with filmmaker, Michael Bayouth, on the screenplays for "A Howl In One" and "Kidnight," and helped produce the soon-to-be released documentary, "A Musical Journey To Freedom." He has continued to write music for TV and film, composing the underscore and main title music for "Valhalla," "The Last Frontier," "Western Avenue" and "Wave Babes," to name a few.
*Disclaimer: I did not receive monetary compensation for this book. I received a free sample for the purpose of this review. The opinions expressed here are my own.