Sunday, June 9, 2013

Review: Smitten: They Way of the Brilliant Flirt by Ariel Kelly and Simone Kornfield

Title: Smitten: The Way of the Brilliant Flirt

Authors: Ariel Kelly and Simone Kornfield

Publisher: Chronicle Books

Pub date: June 11, 2013

Source: Edelweiss

Summary from Goodreads:
Finally, an empowering dating guide for every woman who wants to have fun, express her opinions, and keep it real. No cheap tricks, no behavior changes, no nonsense. In Smitten, Ariel Kiley and Simone Kornfeld show women how to let their unique selves shine so they can become blissfully enlightened man-magnets. With tips on how to perfect the look of a flirt, build confidence, and let your true self emerge, Smitten teaches that being exactly who you are will get you what you want—whether it's a smile across the room, a first date, or long-term love. Soon enough, women everywhere will be turning heads and causing men to become completely, absolutely, entirely, downright smitten.

My review:

Smitten is an interesting book about flirting in a unique way. This book is easy to read and is broken up into two sections. In the first part, they want you to figure out who you are, be authentically you, and to be a self-actualizing woman. In the second part, they get down to the flirting techniques. This is a fun, girly read with a little depth. What I learned from this books is to have confidence, be you and be fearless in flirting.

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