Introduction: What is a fake ms. right?
I feel like there is still so much to learn about the dynamics of dating and relationships. While I was able to read a few books that gave me some great insight, I have yet to find anything that has taught me everything about how to get my guy and no one else’s. So, I wanted to write an article about something that I had never heard of before. Everly Dalton writes fake Ms. Right books. She writes them to teach women how to successfully find a relationship that they are interested in and give them life skills to do so. I was curious because I wanted to know what an actual fake Ms. Right book looked like and why they exist but I didn’t find any information on them at all, which is why I am writing this article instead of logging onto my original site and posting it there.
I found the topic a bit depressing because, as a woman and someone that has recently been in a relationship, I feel like I have so many places to look for information about how to find Mr. Right, which is why I am writing this blog post instead of posting it on my original site.
I don’t want to give out any information about Ms. Dalton that would make her seem like she wants something or her book too be seen as a scam. I don’t want this to be taken that way. I am just sharing my experience with the website and what I have learned about the book. What I found was interesting is that it was free to download but required permission from Ms. Dalton to be distributed, which if she is giving permission for it to be shared then she must see some value in it, or at least a benefit from it’s other distribution.