Men And Manolos: Love and Relationships In The Heels Of A Hopeless Romantic

Men And Manolos: Love and Relationships In The Heels Of A Hopeless Romantic

by Alyssa Velazquez, Jake Errickson

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Overview

No one walks into a relationship without the proper footing…
In a collection of original essays drawn from her open ended and inquisitive relationship column “Sex and the Chester,” Alyssa Velazquez explores a twenty-first century world dominated by proverbial singles, foreign and domestic affairs, and emotional recall relationships. In her intensely personal memoir of unscripted cute meets, dates that should have never happened, and affairs to forget Velazquez searches through her past for wisdom, perspective, and advice on the survival of a hopeless romantic. Following familiar scenarios through her never ending, often time predictable search for love in flats, sneakers, rain boots, and even a pair of Manolos her electric honesty makes us contemplate if maybe the key to the “mating ritual” is all in our shoes

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149083046
Publisher: Alyssa Velazquez
Publication date: 11/14/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 472 KB

About the Author

Living in New Jersey, Alyssa Velazquez currently works as a barista while daydreaming of mastering latte art. The product of liberal arts education, she has worked in D.C., Maryland, and Philadelphia as a conservation apprentice, production design intern, living history actor, and most recently a free-lance writer for The Women’s History Magazine and the Secretaries of Juliet Newsletter: Il Giornal de’Juilette

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Men And Manolos: Love and Relationships In The Heels Of A Hopeless Romantic 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written and with heart.
LisaRayns More than 1 year ago
Loved it! This book begins with a woman on a ferry reflecting on her past relationships. I loved it. I thought it was well-thought out, beautifully-written, and well-edited. It’s a quick read, quite entertaining and humorous (my favorite was her mention of chivalry in the hospital). So true! Insightful and authentic, I think almost any woman can relate to this short work and even gain a deeper understanding of their own past relationships, of themselves, and of finding peace and happiness. I highly recommend it!