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Reviewed by Maureen Dangarembizi for Readers' Favorite
Six Women 6 Flavors: From Your Head to Your Bed by A.D. White is an adult novel that is both entertaining and informative. The book is a personal narrative that follows a young teenager’s relationships up to his adult years. The author takes us on a number of dating experiences and sexual encounters that left a strong impression in life. Using personal experience, A.D. White seeks to show how a young man can grow in maturity regarding love, sex, and relationships. Get ready to explore different dating scenarios and interesting encounters that will blow your mind.
I highly recommend that people pick up this book and read it. They may learn something. Don’t get me wrong, the book does contain erotic elements, but that is not what makes it such a unique read. I really liked the fact that the book is not a blow by blow account of what goes where and so on, but has real emotional value. That is what makes it a perfect read for both sexes who want to know how sex and long-term commitment are interlinked.
Six Women 6 Flavors poses thought provoking questions that have plagued anyone who has ever been in a relationship. Though sometimes I didn’t agree with the protagonist's conclusions at times, I still found the material rich and relatable. As a woman, the book gave me a bit of insight into male logic and provided information on what can make or break a relationship. The book does debunk a lot of entrenched social prejudices and notions, and will perhaps give people a brand-new understanding.