Book Review: Why Women Cheat by Daniel Gray

ebookcoverfinalTitle: Why Women Cheat: Confessions of a Pickup Artist

Author: Daniel Gray

Genre: Non-Fiction / Relationships

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Why do women keep falling for pickup artists?  I’ve seen it with my own eyes many times.  I’ve witnessed the inner transformation take place right in front of their significant others; unbeknownst to them.  it’s as if I, and people like me, exist in an alternate universe; like the Matrix.

This book is about:

*Lifting the veil of pickup artistry.

*Informing women about the most popular tactics.

*Teaching attached men how to use these tactics on their own women.

In truth, such a subject is difficult to explain in words.  Many guys, including myself, spend thousands of dollars to learn directly from someone who knows.  I attempt to bridge that gap with three anonymous female writers from around the world.  They are informative and entertaining.

After reading this book, women will have a clearer understanding about what motivates them, and men will recognize that unknown thing that has escaped them their entire lives.  Men and women, single or attached will find this book eye opening.

What are you waiting for?  Don’t you want to know why women cheat?

Why Women Cheat offers an interesting insight into why women would cheat, and why they’re easy prey for pick-up artists. It’s not the case for everyone, though, but it was intriguing to see what kind of ingredients were needed to make a woman fall for a pick-up artist.

The book also focuses on describing techniques these pick-up artists use, both in explaining more about the techniques and in helping women warn about them. And then on top of that, the book also offers some insight in how ordinary men can use the tactics on their own wives / girlfriends / and so on.

This book was an all right read, quite enjoyable even and definitely informative. I was worried that with such sensitive subject matter, it might come across as sexist, but that wasn’t the case at all.

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