The "Baddies", for those of you who don't know, are the types of guys that we tend to be attracted to but the ones that never seem to meet our expectations.You all know one of these guys, possibly you have even dated a couple of them.It is this approach that will no doubt appeal to teen girls who are looking for someone to treat them as an equal.Bosworth not only carries this tone, but she reflects on her own experiences (and blunders) as a way of connecting with her audience.Advice books are not my favourite; especially when they are written by celebrities.Sometimes though I find one that actually has something to say (before The Lo-Down it was Teri Hatcher's Burnt Toast).Now she is offering her advice gleaned from her and her famous friends' relationship experiences on dating and love.Featuring personal photos and anecdotes about h Reality TV personality Lauren "Lo" Bosworth has witnessed her fair share of bad dating and has experienced some herself.
Lo Bosworth doesn't sugarcoat relationships in this book; rather she emphasizes that they are hard work and that they take two dedicated people.
From start to finish The Lo-Down gives an honest perspective about how to build a lasting relationship.
Bosworth focuses on empowering yourself as a woman and as a unique human being.
Listen, if you've learned anything about me this year, it's that I will read anything by a former cast member of The Hills. A little Rules-y sure, but you know, it's a dating advice book by a former cast member of The Hills.
I enjoyed this book, although I know it wasn't meant for people at my point in life.