How to Be Wanted by Romy Miller
Use the Law of Attraction to Date the Man You Most Desire and Live the Life You Deserve

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Synopsis

It’s raining men and you’re about to get soaked!

In dating it’s all about being wanted. But you can’t always get what you want, right? Well, the Law of Attraction begs to differ.

Haven’t you always wanted to be “that girl”? You know the girl I’m talking about. She’s pretty and cute and she gets just about everything she wants out of life—from the best jobs to the best clothes to the best men. She knows that it’s raining men and she’s getting soaked.

That girl can be you.

How To Be Wanted: Use the Law of Attraction to Date the Man You Most Desire and Live the Life You Deserve isn’t one of those typical books about the Law of Attraction, nor is it like all those other dating books. It actually tells you what to do to get the man and the life you want most. This one actually works while telling you how to work it.

This book shows you that you can have any man you want. You can have the life you deserve. And all you have to do is take the first step. When you’ve finished reading it, you will be able to attract the man and life of your dreams by not only utilizing the Law of Attraction but also your God-given female assets. By the time we’re through, you will have everything you need in order to go out and get that man—or men—and also the life you deserve.

So, yeah, it is raining men and you are about to get soaked. By the way, leave your umbrella at home.
 

About Romy Miller

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Romy Miller has witnessed many men make many mistakes with women over the years and decided it was about time someone helped them out.
 
Published September 29, 2008 by The Book Factory. 172 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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