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Be clearer because I'm always confused I replied I could tell he was still a bit sexually frustrated but he seemed okay to chatGo ahead then ask what you want I'll try give it to you as straight as I can But don't hate the messenger responded taking the champagne from my hand and having someI won't promise So why do guys act so interested and then not get in touch at all I asked Excerpt taken from The Modern Break U. This book is only 154 pages and it s a 154 pages too long Preachy relationship advice haphazardly fitted into the dia The Line promise So why do guys act so interested and then not get in touch at all I asked Excerpt taken from The Modern Break U. This book is only 154 Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy pages and it s a 154 Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya pages too long Preachy relationship advice haphazardly fitted into the dia

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When it comes to dating I seem to be going around in a circle The ones I want don't want me and the ones who want me I don't want AmeliaI don't know I just think there's too much miscommunication between guys and girls I mean no one knows what the fuck is going on We need to have the discussion We need to vent it and get it out in the open I said grabbing my drink from the bedside table sat on the edge of the bed an. I stumbled across this book on Instagram After reading several uoted passages from it I decided to read it even thoug All You Need Is Less passages from it I decided to read it even thoug

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D put his shirt back on What do you want to knowI just want to know what guys are thinking I mean we have sex and stuff and nothing lasting ever comes of it I said taking a cigarette out and lighting it I knew I shouldn't be smoking in the room but I was too drunk to careI don't think I should say We don't know everything girls are thinking I think some things are better left unsaidI want to know I'd prefer shit to. i cannot even begin to stress how bad this book is truly the utterly worst book i have ever laid my sad tired eyes on


10 thoughts on “The Modern Break-Up

  1. says:

    I can't even get past the second chapter Unbelievably poor writing The characters are less developed than those in a children's picture book Why did the author try to write from the perspective of a woman The only thing I can come up with is that his white male privilege gave him the guts to think that he could execute this well; there's a whole new circle in hell for cis het white men who decide that regular

  2. says:

    Mindlessly browsing Instagram is entertaining then this

  3. says:

    I stumbled across this book on Instagram After reading several uoted passages from it I decided to read it even though I thought I would hate it I was pleasantly surprised to enjoy it At times it's insightful A fun read almost like eavesdropping on a group of friends chatting at the table next to yours It hits the points it's trying to get across nicely It's dialogue heavy and the dialogue itself is realistic

  4. says:

    i cannot even begin to stress how bad this book is truly the utterly worst book i have ever laid my sad tired eyes on in my 26 years on earth and though i can’t remember them i’m sure this takes baby books i read as an infant into consideration the characters are all fucking awful narcissistic wanks the writing is d

  5. says:

    RATING 475Can you believe I'm actually reviewing a contemporary romance novel Because I can't I usually tend to stay away

  6. says:

    What a load of cp This book was seriously cringeworthy and vomit inducing the whole way through The story was weak the dialogues were long boring and unrealistic and the characters were underdeveloped and annoying This book

  7. says:

    Well I have severe mixed opinions over this one There’s some really interesting insights into the modern dating world which I found helpful I actually ended up highlighting a lot throughout However I can’t stand the delivery of the inform

  8. says:

    Perfect read for me at this point in my life Not sure how the male author nailed the female perspective so well but this whole book was amazing As a single woman in my late 30s I have asked literally all of the same uestions of men and had no N

  9. says:

    This book is only 154 pages and it's a 154 pages too long Preachy relationship advice haphazardly fitted into the dialogueinner monologue of the most two dimensional characters ever

  10. says:

    Not what I expected The uotes posted on IG made me expect something written in a nonfiction manner All I could think of is “no one talks like this”

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