So, because of the first book entertaining some of the interest I had in white men (Black Woman's Guide...), I wanted to see what Mr. White was telling white men about black women. Well... let's see: The book was verbatim (in almost all places) what was written in the first book. It's like he just changed the genders and colors to fit the book's title. And he also made it seem like black men were the enemy in both this book and his first one. I really didn't like that, as my dad and brother are both BLACK! He made it seem like just about all black men were abusive and just plain mean and black women were just dying to date white men to escape the turmoils of black men. All we needed were for white men to get rid of their "ethnic" attire i.e., the "Kiss Me, I'm Italian" shirts or kilts or whatever. Who even wears those just on the street, anyway? And since when were black women intimidated by these things? This black woman is not. If you've read the first book geared toward black women, he told us not to wear our hair in natural styles and not to wear colors associated with Africa, etc... Really, man? So, we all have to just give these things up to find the white man or black woman of our dreams. Yeah right. It was just a terrible book and waste of money. I even wonder if Adam White (which is a pseudonym BTW) is even white or a man. Some of the language he uses sound very feminine and the way he talks about black men, in particular, sounds like a black WOMAN wrote it. I think this lady wrote the first book as a man to get more people to buy it. Think about it, wouldn't you listen to a white man telling you what appeals to white men? And this book would just be from "his" personal experience - so white men will read what worked for this white man. Get the book from the library if you absolutely MUST read it. You'd be better off winging it on your own, though.