This is no dating manual.
It is not for the woman seeking to charm a man in the hopes of commitment or a lasting relationship. No, no, no; it is for the woman wanting more. Much more. It is a book for the girl Madonna talked about – the material girl, the gold digger who wants to line her pockets with the money of the man she spends her time on.
Like the title says, my tips on seducing such men are downright underhanded and shifty, and I make no apologies for it, none whatsoever, so enter at your own risk.
What I do make, is a promise that after reading this manual, you will change the way you think about men, the way you view your future. With these tips, you will learn to go after what you want, what will benefit you in the long run. Who … will benefit you in the long run.
After which, you will go on to triumph over women who you once believed were more attractive than you were; women you’ve mistakenly believed were your competitors.
In this book you will learn, among other things:
a)how to embrace your inner gold digger
b)how to acquire the mindset of a gold digger and fatten up your bank balance
c)how to acquire the mindset of a business woman when it comes to dating and spending time with men
d)how to pick up wealthy men
e)where to pick up wealthy men
f)how to secure the attention of a wealthy man in a roomful of attractive women
g)what to do if another gold digger comes after your man
h)what to do if you are not born attractive, but crave the lifestyle of Kim Kardashian.
Yes, after reading this manual, which is a work of fiction, you will be a changed woman. You will be craftier, sneakier, ruthless even, but you will also have a bigger bank balance. No more dating losers with nothing to offer you.
Warning (another warning, that’s right): This book will never be part of Oprah’s book club, for it will be deemed immoral, depraved and corrupt by Winfrey’s club. They are right – what can I say? I make no apologies, remember?
Now, if you have posted a review for The Other Woman by Eve Rabi, you will get this book free of charge. So click on Eve Rabi’s website to learn how.
Warning (yes, this book is full of goddamn warnings): This not the kind of book your mother would like you to read, for it has strong language, sexual references and adult themes. However, read it anyway, for when you rock up at her door in a limousine, bearing diamonds and gold, she will pat herself on the back and say to herself, “I raised that child right.”