Have you ever wondered what women want, why they want it, and how to give it to them?
Join the club. Most men have spent their whole lives here.
The Modern Man's Dating Guide is a book dedicated to helping men everywhere talk to, attract, and seduce the woman of their dreams. Rest assured, there are essential skills involved that must be learned and must be developed. But any man is capable of doing this, and once you know what these skills are, your chances of getting women you previously thought were out of your league will be exponentially increased.
You'll be giving women exactly what they want because you KNOW what they want.
This book reveals the secrets of:
The Modern Man's Dating Guide is a start-to-finish method of taking your dating game to the highest level. Follow these 21 essential strategies and you will not believe how attractive you become to women and what it will do for your love life.
©2014 Alexander Blake (P)2014 Alexander Blake
Jeez this must have been written with 40 year old virgins in mind. Far too basic and delivered in a patronising tone by the narrator. Seriously advising men to shave at least once every few days is not dating advice
Unless you are a slob who can't get off the coach to wash his bits - don't bother with this book - you know it all already.
"Common tactics are a good reminder, but no secrets"
A lot of the information in here felt quite obvious. I tend to struggle with approaching women in public. This is what I was looking for help with, but this book wasn't as targeted to that as much as a general person with no idea where to start, or a full lack of confidence. It's not terrible but I probably wouldn't recommend it as a mandatory reading.
"basic but true"
I only hated the vocal direction he was going for. he laughed at everything which slightly annoyed me. The facts were there however.
"Good info but nothing groundbreaking"
The tips are a decent foundation, but lack any real depth. I think it's a great book for someone brand new to dating. However, I believe the average guy already knows most of the principles and assumptions shared in the book.
Report Inappropriate Content