This book, The Love Trainer, is the only book by its author, Julia Llewellyn, which I have read. I enjoyed it enough to suggest others read it, mostly as a nice light read.
Everything about the book is satisfactory. The basic premise of the book is of a woman who likes to give relationship advice simplifying her advice down to training men
like you would a puppy, and within the context of the book it makes sense. A lot of the advice she gives people actually seems like it would improve a person’s life and relationship in and of itself - it doesn’t really need to be approached as if a man were a dog, it just makes the advice seem more approachable. Of ...
course, along the way, Kate the “lovetrainer” learns an important lesson about her own relationship, and with the typical misunderstanding which is only cleared up at the end of the book, still ends up in what seems to be the right relationship for her. I like the fact that the book didn’t end with her falling into some guy’s arms, so
to speak, but actually as an independent person who can make herself happy and have her own interests.
Reading the book is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon. Although the book could have a message of sorts if you decided to pay attention to one, it can also be enjoyed as a somewhat humorous, happy endinged story with interesting characters and funny events.
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