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This controversial playbook is a woman’s guide to getting what she wants from the man she wants. Always brutally honest with a touch of humor, chapters include: Knowing Your Opponent , Playing Offense and Cheating. Men have treated dating like a game for years and have been brushing up on their skills. It's time women did the same "Men have accepted they cannot put all their cards on the table." Brown writes "They understand that it would be counterproductive to their ultimate goal. Men know they can’t just say:

'I want to have sex with you. I want you to be there when I want you, but I want to give up as little as possible when it comes to time, money and effort. And I certainly don’t want to give up my freedom to see other women, just in case there’s another woman out there that’s better than you.'

That wouldn’t go over well and most men have the common sense to not say it. They don’t feel they are being denied their right to be themselves. They don’t complain about playing games and not being able to be open and honest. They don’t claim it’s childish or unfair. What do they do? They do what works."

Practical, specific, and never sentimental Brown asserts that in the world of dating you’ll always find “It’s All a Game Until You Get Married”

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