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For years, multi-platinum performer Ray J was an infamous celebrity playboy. Relationship after relationship came to a well-publicized end because Ray wouldn’t stay away from the Hollywood hotties. His cheating ways spawned two hit TV series but made Ray J miserable. Now, to turn over a new leaf, he wants to learn why men cheat. So he turns to relationship expert Maxwell Billieon. In Death of the Cheating Man, Billieon shows Ray J how to change his ways.
A former cheater himself, Billieon has taught thousands of men to stop cheating. He reveals that the reason many men cheat is that they are born conquerors who need to be taught how not to cheat. In this fun, informative book, the two men reveal myths about why men cheat and what goes on in a cheater’s mind. As he teaches Ray J to overcome his addiction to infidelity, Billieon teaches women how to spot a cheater, how some women enable cheating, and how to keep a man faithful.
Deceitfulness is causing the demise of the human family, Billieon cautions, but it doesn’t have to be that way. As Ray J (and the reader) learns the Six Virtues of the New Man, he finds out how both sexes can evolve beyond cheating and find fulfillment in faithfulness.
Hardcover Book : pages
Publisher: Simon And Schuster, Inc. ( February 14, 2012 )
Item #: 13-550117
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.901inches
Product Weight: 10.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
It was nothing I would have ordered.
Reviewer: anita c
Not even worth renting from the library like I did. Maxwell does not have writing skills. His one page chapters are repetitious and weak. Then when you skip to Part 2 of the book and Ray J comes in you'll find yourself wanting to just stick to listening to Ray J in interviews and not READING his nonsense on paper. He is beyond ignorant. A straight embarrassment to the black race.
Reviewer: Brandi R
I didnt even finish it all. the first 10 pages was horrible not worth the buy smh!!!