Good Man’s Guide To Becoming A Successful Cheater (Book Review)

The end of this past week I took some time to see which new books were released by new authors and I came across this book. My natural curiosity and recognition of the author as someone that I knew in the Navy caused me to 1-click purchase and proceed to get my entire life.

First let’s get into the title. I haven’t had a title grab my nosey bone and shake it around since “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World” and that left me in a ball sobbing uncontrollably. As much of a freelance part-time private investigator as I like to be, this not only felt like a good piece of information to have, but essential reading for the job.

I sincerely enjoyed every chapter of this book. There were moments that caused me to pause and evaluate whether or not I’ve witnessed any of the behavior described. Fortunately, I haven’t seen anything lately, but I surely hope that my ex-husband has stepped his game up because this book doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to calling out the missed steps that so many men make.

It also caused me to wonder whether or not I’m one of those women that believes that all men cheat. Granted I’ve seen a lot of things over the years, I think I’ve still maintained just enough goofy little girl to not become completely jaded. I think that’s the key to not ending up the cat lady… or in my case the dog lady, in the housecoat all alone in a cavernous house eating microwaveable turkey pot pies.

This book is an excellent read for the woman that’s like me and holding on to that lat bit of optimism that keeps the frown lines away. While there’s lots of useful information that can aid in the cornering of your potential suspect (for all my fellow Private I’s), there’s a great overall message. It’s also a quick read, that way you won’t spend too much time agonizing over the details.

Click on the link just below cover photo and grab your copy today. it’s actually free if you subscribe to the Kindle Unlimited service and come back so we can talk about it. I feel like I need to dish with someone, and calling the author just won’t satisfy this itch. I know this feels like a plug, but I plan on coming back with a book that I found to be trash, and they’ll get the same amount of publicity.

Until next time…

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