PRLog - Feb. 24, 2014 - SPARKS, Nev. -- One way of finally getting it right building a good relationship is making every mistake first. Honest and humorous wisdom expounds in author Bob Mack Peak’s relationship book, The 85% Man and Lessons from Lucille.
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Peak documents his journey with real women, real dates, real marriages and divorces, in a daunting search for unconditional love. “There are twenty-five lessons from Lucille, many personal stories of dating and relationships (from hundreds of documented encounters), and three important steps for crossing what I describe as the Unconditional Abyss,” Peak asserts.
Though no one will find their mate that meets 100 % of his or her specifications for the perfect love match, it is possible to come pretty darn close.
“There seems to be a specific gap—about 15%—between what women want (100%) and what most good men are capable of offering as imperfect creatures,” said Bob Mack Peak during a recent interview with Pacific Book Review. “Between Sirs Galahad and Lancelot and the Hannibal Lecters of the world, there is the good guy, The 85% Man. With my book, and Lucille’s wisdom, you can find that perfect imperfect person for you.”
Informative, engaging, humorous, and thought stimulating the book is divided into three sections with each section dedicated to enhancing the reader’s comprehension of what leads to the ultimate goal of engaging in an unconditionally loving relationship.
“I couldn’t write the ending to the book until ten years ago when I finally found a great relationship with my 85% woman, Lynn Marie Presley. Lynn was the final production editor in completing my book. Today my life is very rewarding and Lynn is my biggest fan,” concluded Peak.
The book has an engaging website at www.85percentman.com where readers can “Score Your Man” by selecting issues, choosing point deductions, then clicking the “What Would Lucille Say” button to get a score, advice, and secret tips. The book’s YouTube channel features “Vinnie the Talking Dog” and “The Mafia Kitties” giving advice to their 85% Man owner.
Pacific Book Review
Pacific Book Review