I am a romantic. I love gooey, lovey-dovey, sappy anything. I was excited to read this book because I was hoping to get some more ideas on cute, lovey things that I could do for my husband. (I have a whole Pinterest board named after him that is chock full of cheesiness). So I picked this book because I thought, “Hey, this should be a fun little light read.” Weeellll, it was light. I got the kindle version of the book and it came with a link to a webpage with the authors 47 “love boosters” listed (why they didn’t just put this directly in the book is beyond me). The link takes you to some chintzy website with a bunch of error codes and I never actually made it to the list of love boosters. Without this list, the rest of the book is pretty much a complete waste of space. You can read the whole thing in less than an hour and the author basically just states some facts that are already pretty universally known. He tries to put it into his own words, but it is really just a different way to say the same thing.
The author mentions another book that he is working on that will have his 5 love rituals explained in detail. THAT book sounds like it might actually be interesting. THIS book felt like it was something the author threw together really quickly to tide him over until his next book comes out. I don’t feel like I gained anything by reading this book and I would not recommend it to anyone else. If you are looking for some real relationship advice, look elsewhere. Pinterest has no shortage of cute things you can do for your significant other. Just saying.
1 out of 5 stars for this book from me.
I received a copy of this book from Reading Deals in exchange for my honest review.