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What to Do Until Love Finds You: The Bestselling Guide to Preparing Yourself for Your Perfect Mate

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Handbook for Single Women

This was a fantastic book to read as a single. I read this book about a year or so before I met the man I would eventually marry and it was so inspiring. It helped me to occupy myself and my mind with other things besides "is this guy the one?" or "God why am I am still...
This was a fantastic book to read as a single. I read this book about a year or so before I met the man I would eventually marry and it was so inspiring. It helped me to occupy myself and my mind with other things besides "is this guy the one?" or "God why am I am still single?" I would recommend it to any single person, especially women.

posted by SuperFlyMommy on June 14, 2010

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A new 'Saved' woman

This bookwas abosultely incredible...I ordered this book from black expressions I needed four books and already figured out what I wanted so I chose anything else and it happened to be this book...it sat in my book shelf for almost a month. Well down and out recently sa...
This bookwas abosultely incredible...I ordered this book from black expressions I needed four books and already figured out what I wanted so I chose anything else and it happened to be this book...it sat in my book shelf for almost a month. Well down and out recently saved and just wanted to take myself away i was passing my book shelf and picked it up and said let me give it a try...the title of the book really turned me off from it because I was thinking I don't need anyone to tell me what to do until love find me. Well anyway for 2 to 3 days straight I couldn't put the book down. I made a mental note to put it away for my daughter when she becomes of age. Thank you

posted by Anonymous on June 1, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2003

    Pet Peeve

    The one jarring note is her insistence that it's the woman that is responsible for maintaining sexual purity in the relationship. Which begs the question but what about the guy? You ever notice guys say, "She's not wife material. She slept with me on the first date!" and conveniently forget that while she slept with him, he also slept with her!?? It never ceases to amaze me how forgiving Christian women are when it comes to men not maintaining THEIR sexual purity but are so hard on themselves for their indiscretion. One author (not this one, thank goodness) even implied that a woman should keep herself pure not because the Bible commands it but rather because "men sleep with women but marry virgins". The same author even boasted that that's how she got her man! Well, I hate to say this to you. But you got a lemon of a husband. As one MALE Chrisian author had said, if a guy showed such lack of self control before the marriage, what makes you think he'll all of a sudden gain self control AFTER the marriage? This author although better, still belongs to the "men can't be responsible, it's the woman's responsibility" school of thought. But what does the Bible say about this? It says BOTH should keep themselves pure. I'll go by what the bible says. Not what some man hungry author says. Read single books written by MEN. They're better and come across as more REAL.

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