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[Following is an official review of "Find her keep her: Dating advice on how to successfully seduce a real woman, gain her Love, trust and commitment" by Skylar Welch.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Getting a woman to date might be pretty easy for most men. But keeping a relationship is something so many men find challenging to do. A once perfect relationship starts fizzling out and eventually ends. You start wondering where the problem comes from; you might even blame yourself. If you find yourself in this category, there's good news for you. Find Her, Keep Her seeks to help you change the narrative. The book gives basic and practical guidelines for gaining a woman's attention and keeping it. It's full of actionable advice, and I bet it's a book you won't want to overlook. It will take your dating life to the next level.

Skylar Welch is skilled with words. Writing a book this brief but packed with valuable lessons is undoubtedly commendable. The book was written specifically for men, yet I got a couple of lessons relatable to both genders while reading. One of them was communication in relationships. A story that was shared here showed how two people didn't communicate their feelings to each other, and it took a toll on their relationship.

Speaking of stories, I admired Skylar Welch's form of writing. The author shared tales that are relatable to life events while passing valuable lessons through them. One thing that impressed me was how each story was analyzed after it was told. The author explained the stories, citing how each character had done wrong or right and how to either correct it or utilize it. This made the reading easy for me, as I processed the narrative faster than I would have done if it wasn't adequately explained in the book.

I don't know if the stories told in the book were fictional or not, but I noticed that the author gave life to each character with the descriptions. They weren't detailed, but I had an inkling of what the characters' emotions were at any point. It made the reading engaging for me because I felt each character come alive. It was like watching a movie. The author's talent for description and the use of specific words that maximize each description are commendable. The book was an exciting read from start to finish.

On this note, I'd rate the book 4 out of 4 stars, as I found nothing off-putting. It was also exceptionally well edited, as I didn't find a single error —that would have been disappointing, considering the book's shortness. I would recommend it to men seeking to be in a relationship and those in a relationship but have difficulties keeping it. It's a pretty short read that would take anything from 15 minutes to an hour, depending on your reading speed. In 30 minutes, I had gone through the book twice.

Find her keep her: Dating advice on how to successfully seduce a real woman, gain her Love, trust and commitment
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Post by Kavita Shah »

The title speaks for itself. Many people want the exact thing that the book offers. Its brief but sounds precise and to the point. Thanks for the wonderful review!
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A book that instructs on how to sustain a relationship is one that would help ailing relationships get back in shape and will probably reduce the rate of divorce in the society. I'd love to read this.

Great review.
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Post by Suzer6440 xyz »

I enjoyed your review!! It’s very detailed and to the point. I will be putting this aside for me to read in the future. Thanks:)
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Post by Wildflowertheorist »

I'm intrigued! Seems like a great book
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We all need practical advice on how to gain and keep healthy romantic relationships. Great review.
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Post by Mwatu »

This is a lovely review for a rather interesting book. Glad to read that the author was able to bring the characters to life through his review. Thanks!
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