The relatability of it was, at times, uncanny and added to the enjoyment of the read.
“Amy Webb found her true love after a search that’s both charmingly romantic and relentlessly data-driven.
Her debut memoir, "I was completely cynical and depressed about dating rules until I read this book. I recommend this for anyone in a relationship or wants to be in one - a very inspiring read." - Heidi Lauren Duke "Sarah is a fantastic writer and keen observer of the whole process of finding your own empowerment and success in the dating jungle!
Sarah processes all the guru's wisdom so practically, you see the mistakes she makes, her friends make, and what happens when she starts making changes. Get this book and be entertained while you learn about finding real-deal love." - Jasner "This book was a hilarious page-turner that had me laughing out loud and chuckling throughout.
Un gran laberinto cuyas salidas se abren y rematan en el oceano.
And certainly not long enough to bring home to meet her aging parents.
Then began the deluge—dozens of men who actually met her own stringent requirements wanted to meet her.
Among them: her future husband, now the father of her child.
Anyone who uses online dating sites must read her funny, fascinating book.
Gretchen Rubin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project Data: A Love Story has me reassessing my sad single years, or at least my approach to them.
The book is about pragmatic approaches to partnership, the freedom that comes from asking for what you want, and the clarity that follows honest assessments of oneself and others.