Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Sex in The Title by Zack Love Review

   I was worried about reading this book. I am so glad that I did. A great funny laugh out loud book. Just a warning people might give you strange stares because you will laugh out loud like a crazy person. In this book you meet different men and their adventures in dating and sex. It is very refreshing to read about relationships and sex from a male perspective. Evan and his bad experience with a prostitute is very memorable and hilarious. I highly recommend this book. It is set back in the 90's and early 2000's and it is a nice blast from the past. The situations that these men find themselves in are so funny and realistic. I just hope Zack isn't writing from experience in this one.  I can't wait to read more from Zack Love.  
Sex in the Title - a Comedy about Dating, Sex, and Romance in NYC (back when phones weren't so smart)
Buy it on Amazon here:
http://www.amazon.com/Sex-Title-Comedy-Dating-Romance-ebook/dp/B00G2JM0D8/


Book Description:

New York City, May 2000. The Internet bubble has burst and Evan, a computer programmer, is fired with an email from his boss. The next day, his girlfriend dumps him, also via email. Afraid to check any more emails, Evan desperately seeks a rebound romance but the catastrophes that ensue go from bad to hilariously worse.

Fortunately, Evan meets Sammy -- someone whose legendary disasters with females eclipse even his own. To reverse their fortunes, they recruit their friends -- Trevor, Yi, and Carlos -- to form a group of five guys who take on Manhattan in pursuit of dates, sex, and adventure.

When Evan, a closet writer, falls desperately in love with a Hollywood starlet, he schemes to meet her by writing a novel that will sweep her off her feet. Sammy knows nothing about publishing but is confident of one thing: Evan's book should have the word "sex" in the title.

With musings about life, relationships, and human psychology, this quintessential New York story about the search for happiness follows five men on their comical paths to trouble, self-discovery, and love.

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