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Mr. Right, Right Now!

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The Mr. Right, Right Now! Promise:If you start following the principles of the Man Catching Theory right now, 6 weeks from today, you will have the man of your dreams.

E. Jean Carroll, the popular advice columnist for Elle magazine, comes to the rescue of bright, high-achieving women everywhere with a foolproof program for finding love. In the first Man-Finding, Catching, a
ebook, 224 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books (first published 2003)
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Honestly, I'm the first person EVER to review this book on here?! Anyways, let it be made clear that I ONLY read this because a friend lent it to me and claimed that it was quite funny and entertaining, and she was right. I had so much fun reading this book that it's ridiculous. I laughed out loud, I swooned, I felt like I was a fabulous city girl hanging out having fabulous dinners and cocktails with friends while gorgeous males looked on and passed out in admiration. E. Jean Carroll was an adv ...more
Tina Huynh
Some good nuggets here and there in the book but I hated her writing style... especially her conversations with fear and Aphrodite. Would not recommend to any one to read, it basically just says to be yourself.
Many of Carroll's suggestions are daffy and at times downright dangerous (walking my dog at night? using the men's room? no thanks.) and her whimsical writing style can be a bit tiresome. BUT, I like that she emphasizes being yourself and being honest in relationships. She also encourages women to look inside themselves to find the prowess they are seeking. Chapters 5 and 6 are worth their weight in gold.
Unfortunately, the website Carroll endorses throughout the book is no longer under her mana
Excellent dating advice by a woman who learned from experience. Highly recommend this book.
This is pretty much exactly what you would expect if you had, in fact, judged this book by its cover. No surprises, no really profound insights. Just a funny, entertaining book of advice about how to meet a man. Unfortunately a lot of the suggestions involved attending NASCAR races, which I just can't stomach. Maybe once I'm 30 I'll stoop to that. Scratch that. 35.
As far as self-help/relationship books go, this one was cute and entertaining. E. Jean doesn't so much as give you a strict plan to follow, but I think she does a lot in the way of empowerment and encouragement, on a light-hearted and humorous level. An easy, breezy read.
While there are nuggets of wisdom and moments that made me laugh quite a bit (most notably: E. Quasimodo- a story about her poor posture)- I would not be friends with the author. She is a little crude and doesn't believe in marriage.
Courtney Kelly
This book is going in the trash - if I have to conduct my "workouts" on the golf course, hang out at motor speedways, and invite my guy friends over to rate my wardrobe to "meet a man," then I'd rather stay single.
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