Today we are celebrating the release of Do You Like My Wiener? a non-expert’s no-nonsense guide to dating by Brenda Rothert. With laugh-out-loud mishaps and heartfelt advice, bestselling romance author Brenda Rothert shows readers that while dating these days can be the worst, great men aren’t just fictional. Check out the links below to grab your copy now!
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Do You Like My Wiener?: a non-expert’s no-nonsense guide to dating by Brenda Rothert
With laugh-out-loud mishaps and heartfelt advice, bestselling romance author Brenda Rothert shows readers that while dating these days can be the worst, great men aren’t just fictional.
Ladies, we’ve all been there…a good first date is wrapping up and we’re sure a second date is likely after a great goodnight kiss beside our car. He’s tall, funny and charming. FINALLY a good one. He asks to get in the car, which seems natural since it’s cold outside. And then, once inside, another kiss, and he exposes himself and asks us if we like his wiener.
Wait, what? You haven’t been there? Guess that one only happened to me. What about the guy who spends most of a first date complaining bitterly about his ex-wife? The one with the guy who cops to his criminal record over dessert?
Dating these days can leave a girl frustrated and disgusted. But fear not, I’m here to help. I’m a veteran dater, having spent a fair amount of time in the cheap-cologne scented trenches. And while I am admittedly not an expert, I can help you avoid my mistakes.
I’ll show you how to prepare yourself for dating, how to spot the red flags and how to laugh off the misadventures you will inevitably have. And hopefully, how to avoid an awkward wiener encounter of your own.
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Do You Like My Wiener? delivers exactly what it promises–a no-nonsense guide to modern dating from a non-expert who’s been “in the trenches” more than once. It’s a quick read and very funny at times, but still has some very solid advice to offer without comepletely overwhelming and/or scaring those who are still trying to work up the courage to get (back?) “out there”.
Not that that’s me, or anything.
(Spoiler: it totally is. OMG, things were so different in the 90s! Dick pics weren’t even a thing yet. I really wish they still weren’t, but what can you do?)
While Ms. Rothert doesn’t talk about specific apps/services here, in contrast to the last dating book I read, she still gives some good, general suggestions for best practices across the board. She continually stresses the importance of believing in yourself and knowing your own worth, and making sure that the guys you choose to be with know it too. She also talks about the importance of surrounding yourself with a “tribe” of trusted friends who can give you honest feedback and support as you navigate the often scary and frustrating but (hopefully!) just as often rewarding world of dating. By the end of the book, you’ll feel as if Ms. Rothert herself is at least an honorary member of your own personal tribe–and really, really hope that the first date she describes in her book never ever happens to you. 😉
Rating: 4 stars / A-
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.