August 22, 2014

The Man Test by Amanda Aksel


Marin Johns is San Francisco’s Pollyanna couples therapist. She’s months away from wedded bliss when she discovers her fiancé is having an affair. After nursing her broken heart with Kleenex and break-up songs, she adopts a new brand of thinking when she uncovers a tell-all book that proves all men are liars and cheaters who will do and say anything so they’re not found out. No exceptions.

In an attempt to convince her friends of her newfound truth, she begins a fictitious relationship with James, a do-gooder from Montana. Marin seeks any means necessary to catch him cheating from hiring a PI to enlisting the help of a fidelity tester. Will her new "boyfriend" beat the statistic or will Marin regret the satisfaction of being right?
I seriously had a love/hate relationship with this book the whole dang time.
Marin has so much hate bottled up in her towards men. I wanted to shake her at times and tell her to open her eyes.She thinks all men are all cheaters.
This was not your average girl gets guy books and that is why I loved it.
I totally wish I could give it more than 5 stars. Marin may have drove me nuts. She was easy to get and thats what I liked. the book flowed perfectly.
Amanda wrote a book diffrent than what is out there right now.
I totally loved it about her she wrote an awesome book. It made me
laugh and cry and do all sorts of diffrent stuff. I recoomend you read because it shows every angle of love. Some men cheat,some are true and faitful. Than there are the woman LOL oh boy the women.
Amanda cant wait to see what you have in store for us in the future you
About Amanda
Fitting. I've always had an affinity for love.
Being born in sunny San Diego in the mid 80’s to a young military couple gave me plenty of insight into the dynamics of a romantic relationship. Somewhere between moving coasts every three years, I found myself engrossed in fairytale romances and dressing up like a bride.
My first real love was writing. By my sophomore year in a new high school in Virginia, I had a slew of short stories, songs, poems, and articles to my name. Writing was fun. It was a way to get the emotions, dialogue, and pictures out of my head, and create a destiny for my characters.