The best way to read this book is tongue in cheek. It is written for the serious player, something I am not.
The attitude in the book towards today's Western women could best be described as confrontational. The reasons for that, I see only too often out there in dating land, and from friends and work colleagues who have got divorced and feel they have been fleeced. I would say in a quarter of cases, they genuinely have been.
The chapters on asset protection are worth their weight in gold, although how much of it can be done here in the UK is another matter. A friend read this book and is now going through his finances again to make sure he doesn't get shafted next time. The test of "do you love me for being me, or the lifestyle/money I bring you?" is surely a question many men have in their mind. I am quite sure there are many women who would like to ask their male partners the same thing.
A few words were written which echo the words spoken by an increasing number of my male fiends. The changing social dynamic of the 35+ years of age modern female divorcee in the dating game. To see it written down in crude but very real terms made me laugh out loud. I have told my friends to look out for this book, for this alone.
Whether the answer to the dating and relationship dilemmas, is as the book recommends, head towards Eastern Europe and Asia for better looking and cheaper escorts is another matter - I think not.