Reader Reviews

“The creativity and story telling was truly A+ material. The author was very deep with a variety different poetic techniques and love topics. The stories are so relatable! Anyone can enjoy reading this book.”

– Rachel, Engineering Student & Philanthropist, single, 22 years old


Alluring. It’s the first word that comes to mind. The middle sections, Fantasy and Reality were very creative. It sent me into a daydreams. The imagery, the metaphors, entendres…. It was well put together. I admire the raw emotion. [It was like] reading a girl’s diary. I would recommend this book to any female that has ever been anywhere close to love. The author does a great job of taking the reader through the most common feelings of a relationship. Overall I give it a 4.5 out of 5.”

  • Antwuan Lamar, Music Producer & Philosopher, divorced, 25 years old 


I can relate to the poem R.E.L.A.T.I.O.N.S.H.I.P.; the reason is that it look a long time for me to learn that in order to be in a relationship with a person you have to be willing to accept them for who they are flaws and all. The person also has to be able to help you grow, and make you feel like you are going to another destination. I had to learn how to hear the truth, even though I wouldn’t want to hear it. Most times, whenever it’s time to hear the truth I would break up with the person, cause an argument or even worse. A simple poem like this helps to remind someone what relationships should be all about, and also how simple they should be. Once relationships get all dramatic and complex there is a deep problem.”

– Bianca Michelle, Business Professional, recently engaged, 28 years old


“The poem I related to the most was Untitled 2 because being the ‘nervous guy’ makes it incredibly hard for me to approach women. So, I cling to comfort from my past. I run back to what’s familiar because I fear what might be exciting and new… By the end of this book, I realized that we are all but a thread of the same dye woven in a fabric of Teflon. That we are more the same than we will ever truly know.”

Jerren, Civil Engineer & Musician, recently engaged, 25 years old


Written All Over Your Face was one of my favorite poems. It presents the kind of connection that my love-fantasies are made of: to not only share an intense physical connection with another human body, but to experience intense emotional and mental connections with another human soul.”

– Kourtney, Literary Critique & Student of Life, single, 22 years old