This is the funniest book that I've read in a long time. My husband loved it, too. It's the bonus book this week. The link is under the caption in the Book Forum and you'll find the link in my column every day this week. We have a contest--if your man needs remodeling, send me an email, tell me why, and the winner will get a phone call from the author. He'll give you some tips and techniques for how to remodel your man. Also I'll be giving away free books. Don't miss this read....it's a great one.
Thanks for reading with me. It's so good to read with friends.--Suzanne Beecher
I couldn't stop laughing while I read the excerpt from this book! My coworker kept asking me what was so funny. Luckily, I work at a library and was able to go out into the collection and snag a copy of the book that was checked-in (not for long! It's going home with me). I am just lucky that it wasn't out. It's been a rough few months, and this book is the shot of humor I need. Maybe I'll even learn something in the process I can use when looking for a man:)!
Thank you for this bonus, Suzanne! I have chuckled all the way through the sample and will be seeking this one out to finish. Once again, I would not have picked up this title on my own, so thank you for recommending it!
My husband would number is faults at two, I think. 1. That he eats everything I ever put in front of him. 2. That he married a woman that was too needy, "you know, someone that wants to be talked to all the time."
I loved the read and we might have to buy this book for our library.
I don't agree so much with this book. I think this guy is on the right track and seems like a very open and nice guy. We all know that there are things about a man that we'd all love to change. But it sounds like this man wants to be change into a woman. The attraction is lost if he's acting characteristically like a woman. If that's what I was attracted to then I'd date a woman. I think his heart is in the right place but I think being honest with oneself is most important. Not every woman wants to pour her heart out and talk about PMS with a man. It goes both ways. Maybe a woman could learn to think more objectively at times and let loose and not sweat the little stuff. I know this is controversial but hey it's only fair.
This was really cute. I tried getting the book but couldn't find it at any of the libraries in my area so I'll have to wait. I'm hoping my husband & sons get a chance to borrow this book (they are always sneaking around and getting at the books I read) and see what they think! (They could use a good remodeling!) Thanks Suzanne for the special treat.
This hits so close to home. In a way, this was a form of marriage therapy for me. Everyone knows that being able to laugh at your situation is critical and I think by hearing that men all over the U.S.A have similar attributes, this made me realize I am not alone. Thanks to Bruce for a wonderful book and for making my evening reading so light and entertaining.