Picks and Pans Review: How to Make a Man Fall in Love with You
It's hard to tell whom the author of this offensive, Cosmo-style puffery dislikes more—men or women. Cabot, a California writer, suggests that women should compromise their own identities and learn instead to mimic—and therefore attract—a potential mate to the extent of talking, dressing, gesturing and even breathing like him. She does have her limits: "If a man has a facial tic, don't you start twitching." Whew. (Dell, $5.95)
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