Kensington, Apr 2003, 12.95, 288 pp.
Though she desperately wants a permanent man in her life to avoid the stigmatism of spinster, Moi has high standards. Her previous relationships can be categorized as failures, losers, or some combo much worse. None of these so-called chick magnets measured up to Moi's simple six rules though she admits some did attain a few of her criteria.
Still, in spite a failure rate that would send most heterosexual females into shock therapy or abstinence the optimistic Moi keeps searching like some energized bunny. Is her latest date the one with the right dual head construction or another dud? Come ye faithful and enter Moi's bedroom so she can expose the feminine mystique to her sisters and bare the shortcomings of that pathetic other gender.
This novel is easily an outrageous satirical chick lit tale that exposes the female strategic and battle plans in the devastating war of the sexes. The leave no male prisoner untested story line never turns serious so that readers will laugh a lot while saying Moi I am. Not for everyone as there is plenty of profanity; but what can one expect from a bedroom philosopher and legal giantess who insists size matters and a valid manslaughter defense by a woman should include death due to premature ejaculation. EASY takes the gold when it comes to ironic humor that masticates the genders.
This report prepared by Harriet Klausner