Crown Publishers New York; 1995; 246 p.; condition: very good
What do men really want? A famous women's magazine hires a young man to give its readers the answers, and he will, too--just as soon as he and his pseudonymous alter ego can come to some sort of agreement.
An earnest, good-natured sex comedy for the '90s, starring a man trying to make it in a woman's world. Our hero's romantic struggles inspire columns and eventually a novel; this one in fact a smart mix of good advice and urban wit that's sure to be a hit with both sexes and the people who love them.