Please God Let it Be Herpes: A Heartfelt Quest For Love and Companionship (Google eBook)
Humorist-writer-mammal Carlos Kotkin is lucky in love-if lucky in love means he's had enough horrible, pathetic, and downright bizarre dating experiences to write a book. His trouble with females usually begins upon opening his mouth.
Here, Carlos shares his ups and mostly downs of bachelorhood, including romantic conquests with a slew of childhood crushes, insane yogis, a Playboy vixen, a STD host, the flaky, the deaf, and the just plain dumb. His unique mating style is not to be duplicated, but it will definitely make readers laugh-and want to get tested ASAP.
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Review: Please God Let it Be Herpes: A Heartfelt Quest For Love and CompanionshipUser Review - Shelley - Goodreads
An easy read that sure made me laugh. Read full review
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Kotkin's autobio regarding his dating exploits is, at times, laugh-out-loud funny. Read full review
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