Fuckboy. Noun. A boy who is into strictly sexual relationships; he will lead a girl on and let her down, then apologize only to ask for “pics” once the girl has welcomed him back into her trust. Boys like this will pretend to genuinely care about the girl but always fail to prove the supposed affection.
When I saw this cover, I was intrigued, to say the least. It was my mother who gave me my first book on dating when I first started college. But it was nothing like this book written by the dynamic force of Rebekah Deandra, Kenza Ashley and Chelea D. Lanham.
Written from a Christian-faith based perspective, Dating Biblical Fuckboys: The Guide To Spotting Them A Mile Away, is the book I wish my mother would have gotten for me when I started dating. The authors of this book walk you as the female reader through their own testimonies, their own heartache and give you the ability through their wisdom you can spot the type of men to avoid, and their motivations for seeking and dating the women these types of men do.
In honesty, if I had a son, I would give him a copy of this book to warn him as to what kind of man to never become, and to identify such behavior in the male friends he may decide to roll with. I know the title is mean to be jarring, but the work is meant to grab and maintain the readers attention using the vernacular the current youth culture uses. How can the youth be reached if no one is willing to reach them at the level where they are?
Jonah. Judas. Nebuchadnezzar (Nebbie). Solomon. Nabal. Achan. Ahab. In these seven chapters, I saw myself along with my complete serious dating history. I saw my dating testimony on my little Kindle Fire. I am determined to get this book into the hands of every single woman I know and recommend it to every single woman I know. In less than one hundred pages, Dating gave me the assurance that if I were to give this book to my daughters when they start dating, the information would be just as relevant.
Dating Biblical Fuckboys is The Ideal Firestarter approved!
It is available on Amazon and Kindle. Give it to a sister in faith, a sister in your family, and a sis that needs to be reminded that to get what she desires out of a relationship, she will have to work on her first–no one is going to swoop in an rescue her. But this book can indeed be an anchor.
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