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In How to Be an Irresistible Woman , University of Michigan-educated relationship expert translates complex relationship-building tactics into easily comprehensible rules. They are revealed through 41 real-life chapters, including personal stories from the author, her clients and her colleagues. Because having a solid, loving relationship is at the heart of all women, this simple but smart guide helps ladies stop committing relationship sabotages and start taking the necessary steps to become irresistible.

Imagine this scenario: Melinda meets the man of her dreams. Relieved that he is not unkind, selfish and verbally abusive like her ex-husband; Melinda tells her new boyfriend exactly that.

After her confession, Melinda senses that something is bothering her boyfriend. She asks him the matter but he pretends nothing is wrong.

What's the matter with Melinda's boyfriend?

Melinda committed relationship sabotage by speaking ill of her ex.

RULE- Give Your Ex a Break

It is relationship sabotage to tell your current beau about the problems of your former relationship. First of all, no man wants to be with a male basher. Second of all, bringing up your ex can make your current partner insecure and uncomfortable. Last but not least, telling your current man that your ex was lousy will make him know you're the kind of woman who has low self-esteem, one who's willing to be with a man who doesn't treat her with respect.

RULE- Be Financially Savvy

If a woman wants a man to make her his wife, he needs to know that she will support him in his financial endeavors, and respect the money he earns to support her and the children. She must learn that impulsive buys, emotional shopping and carrying credit card debt can ruin their relationship.

RULE- Go Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

Once a woman finally attracts the man of her dreams, she must remember to treat him like the blessing he is. Failing to do so bruises his ego and makes him feel unloved.

RULE- Get Gorgeous

Because men are visual creatures, it's no wonder they want attractive women. By incorporating these simple, practical wardrobe and makeup tips into their everyday lives, women can make men see them as beautiful.

The way women behave – whether it's the words we use, the actions we take, or the vital steps we refuse to take – determines, to a large degree, how happy and healthy we will be in our romantic relationships. How To Be an Irresistible Woman is an insightful, informative tool to help women of all walks of life finally get the love they've been waiting for.
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Author E.E. Kelley uses her new book, "How to be an Irresistible Woman," to show women things they must do to make men fall at their feet. These secrets are revealed through 41 chapters containing advice, personal stories and statistical evidence to back up the author's claims.

Because having a solid, loving relationship is at the heart of all women, this simple but smart guide helps ladies stop commiting relationship sabotages and start taking the necessary steps to become irresistible. Chapters include "Get Gorgeous," "Befriend His Friends," "Read the Newspaper," "Dry Your Eyes" and "Give Your Ex a Break."

The way women behave, whether its the words we use, the actions we take or the vital steps we refuse to take, determines, to a large degree, how happy and healthy we will be in our romantic relationships. "How to be an Irresistible Woman" is an insightful, informative tool to help women of all walks of life finally get the love they've been waiting for.

Kelley, a Detroit native, attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English.

After graduation, she attended modeling school with thoughts of a modeling career. She has been featured in music videos and in runway fashion shows.

She worked as substitute teacher at the Winans Academy of Peforming Arts, at that time planning to pursue a career in corporate sales. She later decided to publish her book.

Provided in the book:
Rule - Give Your Ex a Break. Kelley suggests that it is a mistake to mention an ex-boyfriend. She adds that men do not want to date a woman who is a male basher; it can make the guy uncomfortable.

Rule - Be Financially Savvy. Another suggestion from Kelley is that women must learn to support their husbands' financial endeavors. If a woman wants a man to make her his wife, he needs to know that she will support him in his financial endeavors, and respect the money he earns to support her and the children. She must learn that impulsive buys, emotional shopping and carrying credit card debt can ruin their relationship.

Rule - Go Above and Beyond the Call of Duty. Once a woman finally attracts the "man of her dreams", she must remember to treat him like the blessing he is. Failing to do so bruises his ego and makes him feel unloved.

Rule - Get Gorgeous. Since men are visual creatures, it's no wonder they want attractive women. By incorproating these simple, practical wardrobe and makeup tips into their everyday lives, women can make men see them as beautiful.

For more information or to purchase the book, e-mail e.e..kelley@hotmail.com or visit www.myspace.com\irresistible-woman. - Michigan Chronicle


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E. E. Kelley was born September 19, 1979. She grew up on the west side of Detroit, Michigan in a middle class neighborhood.

Kelley has always been a lover of literature: “I won my first poetry contest when I was in second grade.” As a girl, she wrote poetry, songs, plays and stories. As with most writers, Kelley was an avid reader with a voracious appetite for books. “I used to love the Nancy Drew, Encyclopedia Brown and Sweet Valley High series.” But her all-time favorite book as a girl was Judy Blume’s “Are You There God, it’s me, Margaret”? Today, Kelley still reads and writes books which depict strong, inspiring female characters.

After graduating high school in 1997, Kelley attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She would eventually receive a BA in English; but not before much struggle and angst in deciding what she wanted to do with the rest of her life. “Back then, I really didn’t think of writing as a serious profession. I thought I was limited to ‘normal’ jobs like Lawyer or Doctor or Businesswoman. Therefore, I spent my freshman and sophomore years in college changing my major from business to political science to communications to general studies.” It wasn’t until the second semester of her junior year that Kelley confided in her counselor about the trouble she was having in choosing a major. “I told her I had always been good at writing; and she encouraged me to major in English.” After taking an aptitude test, Kelley was placed in advanced creative writing classes where she earned high marks and the confidence to call herself a writer.

But with the terror attacks of 2001 causing the world economy to become unstable, Kelley was unable to find a job after graduation. Because she also had interests in modeling and acting; she enrolled in the John Casablanca Modeling & Career Center in November 2001. Kelley has been featured on MTV in music videos, on television in commercials, on the silver screen in movies, on the runway in fashion shows and on the radio in voiceovers. “I liked modeling and I loved acting; but I was put on this planet to write.” In January 2003, she accepted a position as a substitute teacher, but left the Winans Academy of Performing Arts in 2004 to pursue a career in corporate sales. “I knew that if I wanted to be a best-selling author, I’d need to learn how to sell.” After selling cars for Toyota and office supplies for Staples, Kelley was armed with the selling and marketing skills she needed to become a best-selling success.

While teaching and selling brought Kelley a vague sense of accomplishment, she still held fast to her dreams of writing. “I would write everyday. And I supplemented my income at that time by freelancing as a copyeditor.” Since the rebirth of her ambitions as a writer, Kelley has authored more than nine books including “How to be an Irresistible Woman”, “The Marvelous Person”, “LOLA” and “More Jewelry than Clothes.” Kelley believes it is not only her destiny, but her responsibility to empower and entertain women by way of her writing.

Given Kelley writes about women with strong personalities similar to her own, she knows readers assume her books are about herself. “I’m not interested in writing about myself. I get inspiration for my characters from my dreams and from my imagination.”

Ebony is married to Mark Christian and currently working onher second book, expected to be released in March 2008.