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Kara King's controversial dating and relationship advice book, "The Power of the Pussy", shares 12 powerful secrets that will transform any woman into the type of strong, desirable woman that can effortlessly obtain what she wants from men; including the love, respect, and relationship she desires. In this book you'll learn valuable lessons that will teach you how to... -Fli Kara King's controversial dating and relationship advice book, "The Power of the Pussy", shares 12 powerful secrets that will transform any woman into the type of strong, desirable woman that can effortlessly obtain what she wants from men; including the love, respect, and relationship she desires. In this book you'll learn valuable lessons that will teach you how to... -Flip the switch in your female brain, so you can beat men at their own game... -Have men lining up to date you and desperate for your attention... -Learn how to get over a break up, heal from a broken heart, and never be sad over a man again! -Become the type of woman that commands respect from men... -Get the proposal, the ring, and the man of your dreams! Get what you want from men and have the time of your life while doing it! This book has empowered women and dramatically changed their lives and relationships by changing the way they think about men and dating… and it can change your life too! DISCLAIMER: This book contains strong language, sexual content, and subject matter that may be offensive to some readers.


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Kara King's controversial dating and relationship advice book, "The Power of the Pussy", shares 12 powerful secrets that will transform any woman into the type of strong, desirable woman that can effortlessly obtain what she wants from men; including the love, respect, and relationship she desires. In this book you'll learn valuable lessons that will teach you how to... -Fli Kara King's controversial dating and relationship advice book, "The Power of the Pussy", shares 12 powerful secrets that will transform any woman into the type of strong, desirable woman that can effortlessly obtain what she wants from men; including the love, respect, and relationship she desires. In this book you'll learn valuable lessons that will teach you how to... -Flip the switch in your female brain, so you can beat men at their own game... -Have men lining up to date you and desperate for your attention... -Learn how to get over a break up, heal from a broken heart, and never be sad over a man again! -Become the type of woman that commands respect from men... -Get the proposal, the ring, and the man of your dreams! Get what you want from men and have the time of your life while doing it! This book has empowered women and dramatically changed their lives and relationships by changing the way they think about men and dating… and it can change your life too! DISCLAIMER: This book contains strong language, sexual content, and subject matter that may be offensive to some readers.

30 review for The Power of the Pussy - How to Get What You Want From Men: Love, Respect, Commitment and More!: Dating and Relationship Advice for Women

  1. 4 out of 5

    Claudia

    This is one of the most misanthropic, badly written books I ever got my hands on. I found it neither funny nor helpful in any way. I don´t really want a guy I have to treat or educate like a dog, thanks very much. Made me shake my head in disbelief about the "advice" written in a kind of "Ghetto"-style. Not my cup of tea at all. In my opinion it also reduces women to just being a...well...pussy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Not Now...Mommy's Reading

    Originally published on Not Now...Mommy's Reading There are a few titles I would definitely recommend to any woman looking to improve her dating situation as well as her life: "Why Men Love Bitches" by Sherry Argov, "He's Just Not That Into You" by Greg Behrendt, and "Act Like A Woman, Think Like A Man" by Steve Harvey are among my top recommendations. Adding a spot among those titles would be "The Power of the Pussy" by Kara King. First of all, I absolutely love the title! It basically sums up t Originally published on Not Now...Mommy's Reading There are a few titles I would definitely recommend to any woman looking to improve her dating situation as well as her life: "Why Men Love Bitches" by Sherry Argov, "He's Just Not That Into You" by Greg Behrendt, and "Act Like A Woman, Think Like A Man" by Steve Harvey are among my top recommendations. Adding a spot among those titles would be "The Power of the Pussy" by Kara King. First of all, I absolutely love the title! It basically sums up the message that the author wishes to convey to women in her frank and explicit style! Reading this book was like sitting down with one of my girlfriends - the one who doesn't hold back and gives it to you straight! Mrs. King reminds women of the power of their femininity and encourages them to use it to get the love they not only want -but deserve! The language is explicit but the message is clear - stop settling! Life is too short and time is a precious commodity that shouldn't be wasted on a man that doesn't value you. The author includes links to various resources to aid the reader in areas which she might need a bit of extra motivation in such as building up her self-esteem, songs to empower you on your journey to getting the love you deserve and so on. Although I didn't agree with everything the author said, I agreed wholeheartedly with the message: women have been selling themselves far too short and the 'game' won't change until we do by first acknowledging the power our femininity gives us and then fully embracing it. As a single mother of five girls, this would definitely be a title I would encourage my daughters to read before they venture forth into dating. As with any and all self-help or self-improvement titles, take what you want out of it and use it and the rest - put on the shelf or toss away. However, if nothing else - this book will give you a fresh new look at the dating game and definitely provide you with 'food for thought'.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mai

    We women complain all the time that men objectify us but here is the author a woman who encourages other women in a very clear and direct way to use the power of the pussy which is the power of your sexuality to get what you want from men .it is like she is saying Go and objectify yourself ,think of yourself as a "pussy" walking on two legs and that your worth as a woman lies in the power of your "pussy"! There is something totally wrong with this book which is the objectification of both men and We women complain all the time that men objectify us but here is the author a woman who encourages other women in a very clear and direct way to use the power of the pussy which is the power of your sexuality to get what you want from men .it is like she is saying Go and objectify yourself ,think of yourself as a "pussy" walking on two legs and that your worth as a woman lies in the power of your "pussy"! There is something totally wrong with this book which is the objectification of both men and women ,men as sex-starved animals who want to use women as sex toys and here comes "The power of the pussy" which as the author puts it you got to use sex as a weapon against men .This is Bullshit!! Moreover ,it is all about playing mind games and using manipulation and tricks to get a man or "to beat him at his own game " ,as the author puts it ,which all sounds to me like a war of the sexes ,Men Vs women.who gonna win? The author keeps repeating after every trick she suggests that we should use against men that "Men do this to us all the time" ,like if Men are bad so why not we have the right to be bad too?! So seriously what kind of man will you attract if you did all that ,following rules ,playing games ,it's like you are saying to yourself i'm not good enough as a person to attract a good man so i have to pretend and use my weapons against him! I don't recommend this book for any woman ,it is so full of hateful speech against men ,resentment and desire for revenge !! I don't even know how this crap becomes a bestselling book!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Anne

    The author apologizes for using foul language and being harsh before the book starts. Her point is we may not want to play games with men, but women can treat men the way men treat women. In doing so we may have more respect for ourselves and they may have more respect for us. I like this book more than "The Rules" type books. It is more modern and accepting of women's place in society today than some other books of its ilk. It gives more depth and substance to the "He's Just Not that Into You" The author apologizes for using foul language and being harsh before the book starts. Her point is we may not want to play games with men, but women can treat men the way men treat women. In doing so we may have more respect for ourselves and they may have more respect for us. I like this book more than "The Rules" type books. It is more modern and accepting of women's place in society today than some other books of its ilk. It gives more depth and substance to the "He's Just Not that Into You" kind of books, too. I don't agree with everything she says and I get annoyed with some of the philosophy, but I think she has very good points and some harsh realities women might need to face. It is an easy read, yet thought provoking. I doubt there is any harm in telling a woman she does not have to put up with men treating as if she is not important, to keep herself busy by building a life for herself, and possibly finding she can live life without a man. I know the only men I am interested in are the ones that understand I do not need a man taking care of me and I am perfectly capable of doing so myself. They will have to fit themselves into my active social life and existing hobbies and interests... as I expect the same for me in their lives.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kimmy Cakes

    A strong book for the independent woman. This book totally opened my eyes and changed my way of thinking. It tells the truth about real world dating issues. I feel more empowered now, like I can deal with anything a man throws my way. It's such a mental and emotional booster and encouragement that I have been telling all of my friends to take the chance to read it. Most of all, it is blunt and to the point, which is a huge plus when it comes to reading these types of works.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    Why would anyone even read the introduction of this book and want to read it? It was loaned to me by a friend and I thought I would read it for insight into men. What a joke! It is obviously written by a woman who is not a writer, nor does she have a background that would offer much in the way of experience. Silly, ghetto written advice. Save your $$$

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sara Shankman

    This is one of the worst books I’ve ever encountered. Not one to frequent a “self help book”, this was recommended to me by a well-intentioned friend. I found it completely sexist, misanthropic, and representing a kind reverse misogyny internalized by women. It assumes women have certain attributes and men have others. The author lectures based on these assumptions and does nothing to acknowledge the subtle and beautiful differences of the individual. The author labels women as “sluts and hoes” This is one of the worst books I’ve ever encountered. Not one to frequent a “self help book”, this was recommended to me by a well-intentioned friend. I found it completely sexist, misanthropic, and representing a kind reverse misogyny internalized by women. It assumes women have certain attributes and men have others. The author lectures based on these assumptions and does nothing to acknowledge the subtle and beautiful differences of the individual. The author labels women as “sluts and hoes” for normal behavior. Hard pass on this one, ladies.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ganelle Carriere

    OMG this book was so good. I think every single lady needs to read this book. I was making crucial mistakes in regards to men that I didn't even realize I was making until reading this book. I definitely plan to follow Karas advice and steps to finding a good man worthy of me.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vinayak Joshi

    A very bad one-sided book with completely one-sided ethics. The author advises women not to get used by men, but turns around and tells them not to hesitate to use men without any compulsions. She says - "don't hesitate to put the losers out to the sidewalk. Don't feel guilty about it - because - what the heck - you are worth it!" She even advocates using men for financial gain. The author equates the worth of a woman to the fact that she has a vagina and men want to get inside it. There is nothi A very bad one-sided book with completely one-sided ethics. The author advises women not to get used by men, but turns around and tells them not to hesitate to use men without any compulsions. She says - "don't hesitate to put the losers out to the sidewalk. Don't feel guilty about it - because - what the heck - you are worth it!" She even advocates using men for financial gain. The author equates the worth of a woman to the fact that she has a vagina and men want to get inside it. There is nothing else in her book. Her main advice to women is - don't have sex with the man till he gives you what you want. The author makes sweeping generalizations like - "men lie to women because they will say anything just to get in her pants". This is also completely wrong. Maybe the author has just dated the kind of men who have nothing but sex on their minds - the rest of us do consider other things while choosing a partner.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mahira

    A highly sexist piece of writing that objectifies women by reducing them to vageenas.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lukas Lovas

    When I first started reading, this book felt....almost militant. Men are bad, they use us, stomp on our hearts, are a total bastards. Not that I don't agree, but the way this book read, I felt like all men were like that :D The author probably tried to hook her audience - disappointed women seeking to empower themselves... she herself said, that men manipulate women by telling them what they want to hear...and we're not the only ones doing it :) Anyway, the book was a bit weird in thisat the beg When I first started reading, this book felt....almost militant. Men are bad, they use us, stomp on our hearts, are a total bastards. Not that I don't agree, but the way this book read, I felt like all men were like that :D The author probably tried to hook her audience - disappointed women seeking to empower themselves... she herself said, that men manipulate women by telling them what they want to hear...and we're not the only ones doing it :) Anyway, the book was a bit weird in thisat the beginning, but I must admit there were a lot of good and useful points for women. I know from experience, that a lot of women just don't understand men, and this book did a good job explaining how we function, and how can we be manipulated in a way we ourdselves would enjoy (yes, you can use sex to get what you want, if you do it correctly). So...all in all, an interesting book...good points...useful tips....a few weird things, but nothing I couldn't handle :) Good stuff :)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Erika L. Miller

    Another self help book that I would probably enjoy more if I was actively seeking such help. There wasn't anything new in this book that hadn't been covered by Steve Harvey's "Act Like a Woman, Think Like a Man." The same advice is being resounded over an over again and the issue isn't a lack of knowledge but just women not caring or thinking about the big picture. We live in a society where females feel as if they need a man and to avoid loneliness are desperate to cling to any man.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Melina

    The first few chapters were great ... reaffirming ideas of self-confidence, earning respect, etc. Chapters surrounding playing the game, being a super dater, having a sugar daddy ... those I skipped altogether. Those chapters were bad advice. The author encourages you to demand respect, set goals, and to not settle for the wrong guys ... but then encourages you to pay the manipulative games that men play with us. I felt that was an oxymoron in the book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Kimola

    My friend dared me to read this. I was pleasantly surprised. The book title is of course something you wouldn't pull out in public hehe. But I'm glad the author didn't talk about sex positions etc because from the title that's what you would expect. It's an empowering book teaching women to respect themselves and not to give in too easily to men's advances until you're sure enough he's worth it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    TLDR: This is an angry blog post turned book and it is AWFUL. It is so offensive and hurtful to both men and women. People are out of their minds! I can't believe that Amazon recommended this to me or that I read it all the way to the end. There was nothing funny about this. It was demeaning and hateful and for every tiny piece of good information or advice, there were a million other things that immediately invalidated it. Invest your time elsewhere. Note that I went into this book intending to t TLDR: This is an angry blog post turned book and it is AWFUL. It is so offensive and hurtful to both men and women. People are out of their minds! I can't believe that Amazon recommended this to me or that I read it all the way to the end. There was nothing funny about this. It was demeaning and hateful and for every tiny piece of good information or advice, there were a million other things that immediately invalidated it. Invest your time elsewhere. Note that I went into this book intending to take it seriously and that did not last very far past the introduction. This is not a review so much as my notes to myself while reading. Notes from my iphone: I should've looked up who was writing this from the get go because just the introduction is so lame. I get that she's trying to sell people on the book, but I've already picked it up, I'm already reading it, and I feel like I'm reading an ad. Who is this lady and why does she think she's qualified to make me an expert in anything? Uses "we" constantly like we're on the same team, but in the next sentence is hating on women everywhere or amounting all women to one category. "You're an idiot now, but just wait until I educate you!!!" Honestly, any statement starting with "Recognize that because you're a woman..." is so bleck always. Some of this advice is very normal and some of it is just phrased so absolutely awful. "Start dating again even if you really don't want to!!!" How surprising, a woman's greatest weapon is sex!!! Chapter 2!!! Every time she says something good or empowering, it's cheapened by something else sexist and stupid. She also seems to think that blue balls is an actual disease. She could easily set rudimentary guidelines and say fit those to your own standards, but instead she pushes the "If you're a REAL lady" bs. We're not here to bash other women to achieve success. Get out of here with that nonsense. I will never be okay with "ha ha" or "mwa ha ha" being used unironically in a book. Thank god I didn't pay for this. Why would you call men hoes? Is that supposed to be degrading? This entire commentary is such trash. "Besides, men don't mind being used for sex." I get that we're supposed to be all gal pal real talk here, but screw this. I may not be able to finish this. Obviously marketed toward a specific audience. One that has no respect for themselves, nor does the author for them. She literally just said she didn't want to write that men love "tits" because it's "sexist and rude". Please don't ever put a blow pop near your genitals. This is too much. Oh god, the poor white girl was a "minority" at her "urban" high school. Not even going to address the nasty "politically correct" comments. Actual advice: "compare yourself to someone uglier than you!" But wait, if you look in the mirror and think you look better than other women, then you're conceited and that's also bad. This girl loves lists. At this point I'm finishing the book as an anthropological experiment. This whole book is written like an unnecessarily aggressive tumblr post. A true revolutionary: "Some people might not agree with it, but I don't think there's anything wrong with a man staying home with the kids..." Is she getting sponsored by Dr. Phil? She pushed that book so hard. "You'll get hurt and you'll deserve it. Do you know why you deserve to be hurt?" Sounds like some deleted scenes from 50 Shades. Oh no, and now she's mentioned working on this book for three years of "grueling, disciplined, hard work". I almost feel bad... good thing she taught me to control my emotions. This woman literally googled dating sites (or worse, just saw some commercials on at 2 am) and decided to publish them in her book to take up space and look like she had something to actually say. You have the right to be picky, unless you're too picky, then you just need to get real. Outdated. Can you even *67 anymore? Just get google voice, ladies. Oh. My. God. White girl explains rap music 101. IT GETS BETTER. She refers to a song as "virtually impossible to find" and "somewhat underground" but then links you to Amazon... An author should never have to ask the reader not to get annoyed with them. What even is this? "Force the male species to evolve". I am not even touching that last chapter with a ten foot pole. What did I just read?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Emily Romero

    This book contains awesome advice on how to date. It tells you where to start, how you should act, how involved you should be, and how to overcome emotions that may distract or push us away from the prize. A little explicit for the faint at heart (I found it funny and relatable), but left no words unsaid. Definitely a great book that I would recommend if you haven't had much luck in the dating scene; be it from bad choices, worthless men, or just clueless on where to start.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Hmmm. This book was recommended by a friend who said she’d recommend it to more people if it weren’t for the title.... or maybe she’d recommend it more openly if it weren’t for the title. I definitely got things from this book that I think are real and good and helpful. I don’t think all of it is or will be true for everyone. I think the message about loving yourself and expecting to be treated as you deserve to be treated and not settling for less is a good one. As is the part about not voicing Hmmm. This book was recommended by a friend who said she’d recommend it to more people if it weren’t for the title.... or maybe she’d recommend it more openly if it weren’t for the title. I definitely got things from this book that I think are real and good and helpful. I don’t think all of it is or will be true for everyone. I think the message about loving yourself and expecting to be treated as you deserve to be treated and not settling for less is a good one. As is the part about not voicing all your insecurities about your perceived imperfections to a potential partner. I think the assertion that men love everything about women is interesting and confidence boosting. I liked the running metaphor of pots on a stovetop, and switching them around. I loved the part about not sinking everything into one person just because he’s there. I think the author is probably an extrovert, or maybe wasn’t super busy during the three years when she dated lots of men like it was a game. I cannot see myself in any way enjoying trying to juggle so many new relationships at once. As an introvert, relationships take energy. New relationships take even more energy. I have other aspects of my life that I love and that take a lot of time. So I don’t think the whole section of the book that deals with this way of dating truly works for me or will work for everyone. I think it’s probably perfect for some people. I wish the author had acknowledged that it won’t work for everyone and presented alternatives for introverts. However, I also think the author wrote this primarily based on her own experiences rather than any kind of scientific study that might have addressed variations in personality preferences. Finally, like my friend who recommended the book, I was uncomfortable with aspects of it. The title does make it problematic to reference or recommend to just anyone. The ideas are presented as absolutes, and while I wholeheartedly agree that everyone is attractive and is capable of being seen as gorgeous in the eyes of the right person, that everyone has amazing qualities they offer, and that everyone deserves to be truly respected and loved, I don’t know that I agree absolutely with all the rest of it. I’m not sure if it’s the ideas or the way they’re expressed that’s got me wondering, truthfully.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dina

    This is a great, simple book, and all women should read it, and follow the instructions in it. Yes, you might be alone most of the time, and might not have children but it beats being miserable and having children with losers.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Shadira

    The Power of the Pussy - How To Get What You Want From Men: Love, Respect, Commitment and More! I find these types of books interesting simply put the opinions of others intrigue me especially on the topic of dating. Dating today has become difficult and full of obstacles however books such as this provide some insight on what to do not do and empower you on this journey I can appreciate the dialogue of this book I'm ready to start the second installment of this book. Don't let the title put you o The Power of the Pussy - How To Get What You Want From Men: Love, Respect, Commitment and More! I find these types of books interesting simply put the opinions of others intrigue me especially on the topic of dating. Dating today has become difficult and full of obstacles however books such as this provide some insight on what to do not do and empower you on this journey I can appreciate the dialogue of this book I'm ready to start the second installment of this book. Don't let the title put you of. Concise and utterly accurate, Kara King calls it like she sees it. Every woman who is dating, from teenager upwards, deserves to know about the 'player' men she writes about. Some players are harmless & easy to pick out that they are just after sex. Others are more insidious & predatory - they seduce, mislead by suggestion, lie outright, deceive, manipulate and use women. Learn the difference between PERSONALITY & CHARACTER. Pay attention to any feeling that things do not add up. Beware the 'perfect' guy and the 'perfect' relationship that unfolds too easily. Beware the guy who plies you with alcohol. Although there is no guarantee you will be told the truth, establish the rules upfront; ask what you are; what this is. Then see if ACTION matches his WORDS. A guy who is genuinely interested in a relationship willing puts in effort to build something healthy eg will listen & try to solve problems, respects you/proud to be with you, your opinion and is open and transparent. A player is unlikely to invest effort in a woman, to him she is just a docking station and if he is seeing other women then a schedule (certain days of the week) or secrecy is likely part of the equation. Run if referred to as a 'special friend', haven't been introduced to his circle or if when confronted with professions/promises made he claims he can't recall/didn't say that/you misunderstood. Best be prepared... Figure out the game, avoid being used. Read the book and apply the principles; she has nailed down the player mindset 100%! A real gift to women everywhere, if you are single and dating, don't venture out there without reading this book first!! As an added extra, men "checkout" (emotionally or physically) when their interest wanes - accept that HE IS NEVER GOING TO TELL YOU!! Be brave, don't settle for excuses - work etc, blah, blah. Just move on, you deserve bette

  20. 5 out of 5

    Fayande Kimenju

    Hybrid Reads 1//50 #50booksinayearchallenge #50readschallenge With the hush hush this book was shared in my circles of friends, I was not sure if I should even post about it. It felt like a secret code book meant for ladies only. But now I console myself and take refuge in the fact that a good percentage of my virtual friends are people of the female gender. Therefore, forgive me for breaking the girl code (if there was even one to begin with) am doing this for the girls who are yet to hear about Hybrid Reads 1//50 #50booksinayearchallenge #50readschallenge With the hush hush this book was shared in my circles of friends, I was not sure if I should even post about it. It felt like a secret code book meant for ladies only. But now I console myself and take refuge in the fact that a good percentage of my virtual friends are people of the female gender. Therefore, forgive me for breaking the girl code (if there was even one to begin with) am doing this for the girls who are yet to hear about this book. 🙈 So since we no longer sit around the fire in our huts made of cowdung and get girl talks from our 2-generation lineage Aunties, we will settle for this e-book. But lucky for us millenials, the book highlights a lot of what our mothers told us when we were joining high school and university. Control your Emotions. Lock it down. Exude Confidence. Prioritize your Checklist. Your Time is Precious. Keep off the Douche. Actions Speak Louder than Words. Be about your Goals. Be open-minded. Have a flexible Perspection. Appreciate. Since this upcoming generation is 'maturing' faster than we ever did and am not sure if sex education is still in their curriculum, next time you bump into your friend's younger sister or daughter be pro-active and share a bit of advice from this book. (But if the title is so obnoxious for you, think of it as passing down a button from the 'round the fire' stories that moulded the preceding generation) And if you have an extra few minutes indulge them in a conversation, you will find out they happen to know a bit more than we think they do. #PassTheButton Easy said than done your asking sure it is. But if there is something in a woman that I always commend is her willpower. It might take a while sometimes but once she is done... SHE IS DONE. #MenWhoRead 😍 #GirlsWhoRead 💪 #SGI

  21. 4 out of 5

    Esther Patrobers

    Well, I liked the last chapter..the power of the uterus..how to control your sex life, controlling who gets you pregnant and who the father of your child should be!! Otherwise, it was a good read Kara!!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Lee

    Here's the book in a nutshell: Keep your legs closed till you have a "title." Don't give blow jobs till you have a ring. There's sound advice in here. Don't sell yourself short. Don't compromise your principles. Don't give everything away to a man who is giving you shit in return. But what if I like to have sex, you ask? Kara suggests you get a vibrator and a fuck buddy. Save the pussy for the man you love by not giving him any till he gives you what you want. It probably makes sense. It's probabl Here's the book in a nutshell: Keep your legs closed till you have a "title." Don't give blow jobs till you have a ring. There's sound advice in here. Don't sell yourself short. Don't compromise your principles. Don't give everything away to a man who is giving you shit in return. But what if I like to have sex, you ask? Kara suggests you get a vibrator and a fuck buddy. Save the pussy for the man you love by not giving him any till he gives you what you want. It probably makes sense. It's probably how men think. But if you want a relationship advice book, save your money and read WHY MEN LOVE BITCHES. I give this book to all my lady friends. It's the dating bible. Even better than "He's Just Not That Into You," and that book is fantastic. Why Men... Focuses on you and self love in a way this book tries to, but fails at.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    I'll be honest: I picked up this book as a laugh. A friend of mine had been raving about it and trying to get me to read it for months to no avail. Eventually curiosity got the better of me and I decided to read the book, but as a joke. I was fully prepared to entertain my feminist self by picking apart this book paragraph by paragraph. Never have I been so wrong. This book is GOLD. Seriously, in less than 300 pages it has completely redefined how I think of dating. And the concepts aren't necess I'll be honest: I picked up this book as a laugh. A friend of mine had been raving about it and trying to get me to read it for months to no avail. Eventually curiosity got the better of me and I decided to read the book, but as a joke. I was fully prepared to entertain my feminist self by picking apart this book paragraph by paragraph. Never have I been so wrong. This book is GOLD. Seriously, in less than 300 pages it has completely redefined how I think of dating. And the concepts aren't necessarily new: waiting to have sex, controlling your emotions, knowing your worth etc. But the way Kara King puts it it's as if I'm learning it for the first time. On almost every page common sense just reached over and smacked me right in the face. I could go on and on but seriously, ignore the controversial title and read the book. READ. THE. BOOK. That is all. :)

  24. 5 out of 5

    Erin Donaldson

    The book was insightful and engaging. And, it totally blew my mind. After having a divorce at 32, while living abroad, and transitioning into a single mom with a 3 year old - I needed the wisdom that Kara is giving us. And, it works. I now have a more confident, secure outlook that is bringing the type of men into my life that I always dreamed of. Especially if you had a dad like mine who told you every day, "You're NO princess" - you need this. I had a lot of issues with self-confidence and pas The book was insightful and engaging. And, it totally blew my mind. After having a divorce at 32, while living abroad, and transitioning into a single mom with a 3 year old - I needed the wisdom that Kara is giving us. And, it works. I now have a more confident, secure outlook that is bringing the type of men into my life that I always dreamed of. Especially if you had a dad like mine who told you every day, "You're NO princess" - you need this. I had a lot of issues with self-confidence and past traumas. This book gave me a perspective that is driving me to pursue my dreams. It's not about being a gold digger or even searching for a sugar daddy. It's about knowing the fine art of pussy negotiation and applying it in ways that will cause men to respect you and treat you right.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kenya Wright

    This book taught me things. . .and I'm freaking married! Have I tried them? No. It's not really necessary. My husband is awesome and we're in a pretty healthy relationship (which is why I write so much dysfunctional stuff, I see it as entertainment). Anyway. I plan on sending this too many young and old women in my life who are having problems out there in the single world! Get your P**** groove back!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ana Ionite

    Such an amazing book, really life changing... I dont fave brothers close to home, or kids, so I don t understand men. At all. So, discovering this book was like Ali Baba s Cove from the 1001 nights! Plenty of ruby, gold advices. Full of wisdom and we can really felle the author is close to her readers, she wants all the best for us. Thank you, Kara King!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Archibald

    First 3 chapters are all you need. First 3 chapters are essential! I fin nd this book to be a great reminder on how to regain control and confidence while playing women as the powerful sex.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Eva

    The author is extremely ANTI - male lady spitting anger that probably came from a lot of bad experience when dating. Well,all males are really not such badass;) One Star for a great book title which is the best you can get from the book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashlei Peavie

    it was OK...maybe the fact that I'm already married makes me a little biased but there are some good points in there

  30. 4 out of 5

    Charity

    How can you not read a book with that title?! Only 99¢ on Amazon. DNF @ 24%. I lost IQ points reading this. And I feel so gross I need a shower.

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