Whether you are looking for fun, casual dating or your last first date, Denver's guide is a must.
If you are separated, divorced, or wondering why you keep striking out on line, get this book.
Denver tastefully and assertively will help you with what to say, what not to say, when to say it, and when not to say it.
Pay attention about the right photos on your profile.
Also pay close attention to how easily the wrong word can you get you thrown out of the dating game before you even start!
I'm so thankful this book was written, and without it, I would probably continue to make the same mistakes and still get lackluster results. I gave it three stars because I feel the content was relatively close to common sense (there was a few good tips), and didn't offer any groundbreaking information, but was an interesting read if nothing else. This isn't just a book; it's a literary work of art and a joy to read. There are quick concise flirts that don't just contain a flirt but a suggestion for a date or a guaranteed return e mail at the same time.
I have never read a book so thorough, witty, fun and packed with information. Headlines that will attract attention, opening lines in a profile that will catch a lady's interest right off.
Having read a few other online dating books, this one stands head and shoulders above the rest.
It covers every aspect of online dating for men I could think of and quite a few I did not think of. The author is a woman who has seen a lot more than her share of men's profiles, photos, etc.
Denversky stepped out of the woman's secret society and said; "Psssst, hey men. " The majority of men would never learn them in a lifetime of dating.
We as men are not inside a woman's head, not the legendary lady killers, but you can be if you heed this advice.
Unfortunately, the book completely fails in helping you in the mid-game portion, and doesn't give example interactions to show you how to proceed with the 2nd and 3rd messages. I have read books other dating books by Neil Strauss and Evan Marc Katz, they were good books but it wasn't as helpful as this one.