This book is proof that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. Or its Tag line.
This review contains spoilers
Meet Adam, a thirty something normal man who finds himself habitually single with his heart broken. Why? he asks himself, I can tell you this. Adam treats women like they are the property of men and everything they do is for the benefit of men.
Amy – His first girlfriend, she was older than him and left him because she didn’t like dating a middle-schooler when she was in High school.
Veronica – His first real love, she cheated on him and he wrote her some pretty abusive letters.
Tanisha – College girlfriend, didn’t treat as he should so she breaks up with him, he wins her back by quoting TuPac. I find this very funny as one of TuPac’s quotes states
A woman bought you into this world, so you have no right to disrespect one
And then he goes and says
I’m missing you like crazy sexy mocha
Jasmine was his one true love, but it wasn’t meant to be. Maybe it was because he kept calling her “My Lady”. Even so, he became a little more bearable in this chapter. He actually began to respect her and treat her well, he planned on marrying her and she obviously taught him some things about being a good man.
Ericka was the crazy lady he had just a carnal relationship with. Basically Jasmine is no longer on the scene and he goes back to being a knob. And actually lists her mesaurements, 32-24-36 if you’re interested. He actually seems shocked that she is a bit mad, but I’m not being funny, if you meet someone at a psychologists, you know they are a little bit mad.
Sky the last one, technically he can’t count this one because he didn’t write her a letter. I would have liked to have heard more about Sky, as we only get a minimal story of how they met and fell in love. If she is the one he spends his life with, the chapter was very rushed.
I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I thought I would. Sorry, but I found it quite infuriating.
If you have read this book, please tell me what you think in the comments below.