New York City, May 2000. The Internet bubble has burst, and Evan's boss fires him with an email. The next day, his girlfriend dumps him, also via email. Afraid to check any more emails, Evan desperately seeks a rebound romance but the catastrophes that ensue go from bad to hilariously worse. Fortunately, Evan meets someone whose legendary disasters with females eclipse even his own.
To reverse their fortunes, they recruit their friends into a group of five guys who take on Manhattan in pursuit of dates, sex, and adventure. With musings about life, relationships, and human psychology, this quintessential New York story about the search for happiness follows five men on their comical paths to trouble, self-discovery, and love.
PRAISE FOR "SEX IN THE TITLE":
"the funniest book I [have] read in a long time...Never before have I had so much fun with 5 totally clueless but completely lovable guys"
"This book is so much more than a 'Romantic Comedy'...[It's] funny...clever [and] well written, with superbly developed characters."
----Nikki Hardie of the Blissful Book Blog
"A wickedly brilliant story [that] reminded me of the grand influence and power of the written word. [Reading it was like] sitting on a plane and discovering you quite possibly met the most intriguing person you will ever encounter, and for those brief hours suspended in time, all of the universe is up for discussion with out the usual formalities of social standing.
"...spans several genres and does it with such cleverness, you cannot help but be impressed...one of my all-time favorite reads."
----Author JL Brooks
"[The] situations [the men] go through will have you laughing hysterically one second, cringing the next, sighing in another and getting misty eyed as well...It's beyond funny, intelligent and heartwarming...[and] will have you hysterically laughing and blissfully satisfied.
----Kristen Karwan of the BOOK fri-ENDS Blog
"loved...the male POV on dating, friends, life and all the [dating] disasters that the characters went through [and their] trials and tribulations [searching for] their life long love."
"a fun 'Romantic Comedy' [with]...well developed characters and...hilariously fantastic adventures..."
----Abby's Book Blog
"a witty, well thought out, splendidly executed satire on growing up"
"a tale of coincidence and...how to deal with life, when all life is sending is hard knocks"
----Little Ebook Reviews
"...loved reading about...adventures of being single in NYC! The...characters have...witty and sophisticated dialog and higher-education humor. Misadventures...bring friends together in the most unthinkable [situations].
----Jennifer Cothran of the Sweet, Beautiful, Moments in West FL book blog
"...a lovely surprise and very, very funny...a page-turner and extremely well written...[with] well developed characters and individual stories.
----Magic Within the Pages Book Blog
"[A] romance...about a bunch of men trying to find love in the craziness [of] New York in the late 90's and early 00's. It was funny, entertaining and kept me wanting to read more... 'Sex and the City,' but from a guy's perspective...
----Author Liz King of the Romance Addiction Blog
This was one of my top...reads...The laughing never stopped...
----Melinda Swenson of the Keepin It Real Book Blog
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|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.74(d)|
About the Author
Zack Love graduated from Harvard College, where he studied mostly literature, psychology, philosophy, and film. After college, he moved to New York City and took a corporate consulting job that had absolutely nothing to do with his studies. The attacks of September 11, 2001 inspired him to write a novella titled "The Doorman," and heightened his interest in the Middle East. A decade later, that interest extended to the Syrian Civil war, which provided the backdrop for his latest work. In late 2013, Zack began releasing his unpublished works of fiction and he is now a full-time author. Zack has published comedy, psychological and philosophical fiction, and romance. He enjoys confining himself to one genre about as much as he likes trying to sum up his existence in one paragraph.