For All Points-Of-The-View.
“It takes an amalgamation of spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional traits, existing in each partner to give any relationship a fighting chance for survival.”
Steven Eric Scruggs
Ever hear of a truly ‘wild’ book on male/female relationships?
Forget the rest of the pack. Step up to the counter for a trip to obedience school with Steven Eric Scruggs, author of the classic work “Doggie Style: The Truth About What It Takes To Be The Top Dog In Any Relationship.” (2001, 1st Books Library, 160 Pages). This book is one of those ‘hidden jewels’ concerning relationships, what makes them succeed, and what makes them fail…miserably!
You are NOT going to finish this book in a weekend. It is meant to be sipped and savored, because there will be sections and pages that will hit you (or your friends) right between the eyes. As a matter of fact, this is a book that needs to be in the hands of Millennials, because many of them don’t understand the art of having a relationship…but they do understand the one-sidedness of ‘hook up’ weekends.
“Doggie Style” gives both men and women the entire view of the ‘Bark Park’ of dating and hopeful long term relationships that will lead to marriage. It will warn of the types of ‘dogs’ and ‘doggettes’ to stay away from; friends that you may need to shed from your social life, and what to do to make sure that you are not ‘hit in the head’ with a hydrant on your way down dating street to marriage boulevard.
“Women…even shallow women…eventually reach a point in their lives when they realize that a certain balance of qualities is vital to maintaining a lasting relationship. Men, however, seem to be a lot slower on the uptake. There are some men who can go for decades completely satisfied with a woman of no intellectual capacity as long as she has unlimited sexuality.”
Scruggs keeps the chapters short, and the questions intense. He also gives you the chance to read the Doggie tales (case studies) of men and women who have passed--or failed--in their own quest for love. “Doggie Style” can be found at your favorite on-line book seller, or may be secured through email@example.com.
Mike Ramey is a Minister, Reviewer and Syndicated Columnist who lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. On Line Reviews brings current and lesser-known titles to public light in the quest to re-kindle a love for reading and thinking in a sea of modern technology. Feel free to reach him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. ©2016, 2019 Barnstorm Communications.