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Kelly Rossi’s Dating the Wrong Men: The Misadventurer’s Guide through Bad Relationship Choices, a fresh, entertaining, and comically written memoir filled with invaluable life and dating lessons. Now happily-married, author Kelly Rossi uses her own inspirational story to walk you through ‘Wrong Man’ personality types that are all-too-familiar in the current dating environment complete with the bulleted signs that you might be in the same situation and advice to get through it. Unlike most books in the dating space, this book is refreshing, free from belittling, and empowering to those who read it. This is a true guide to love and romance for women working to find their prince in a pond of frogs.

“This isn’t another book by an overly confident man psychoanalyzing everything you’re doing wrong, giving you that supposed ‘turn-key’ answer he’s created,” says Rossi. “This is a love story for any woman who has caught herself overanalyzing, making excuses, giving second chances, interpreting text messages, waiting for someone special, or even swearing off love forever.”

Written in a truly unique way, Rossi narrates her struggles in the quest to finding love and fulfillment, while learning how to avoid the pitfalls in today’s selfish, male-ego driven society. Readers will laugh and cry as they venture through Rossi’s relatable adventures as she takes you through every outrageous relationship – from the ‘freeloader’ to ‘player’. For the women who constantly find themselves in the cycle of always dating and trying to find Mr. Right, this one-of-a-kind memoir will teach you how to break your frog-kissing habits, find a love you never knew existed, and learn how to hang onto your self-worth, dignity, and sanity! Identify with each “Wrong Man” story. Use it as a reference guide with "Signs You're Dating a … " at the end of each "Wrong Man" chapter. Discover how a serial "Wrong Man" dater breaks the cycle of bad relationships and finds the 'Right' partner. Find and maintain your dignity and self-worth in any "Wrong Man" situation.

“This is the often poignant but ultimately uplifting story of one girl's struggle to find the right man by dating all the wrong ones. If you're looking for love and fulfillment and need to know how to avoid the pitfalls, this engaging and often hilarious book is for you — or for your daughters! You can't do better than to let Kelly Rossi be your guide to a lasting, loving relationship.”

John Russo

Product Details

  • Paperback: 186 pages
  • Publisher: Social Magnitude LLC (August 6, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0990651401
  • ISBN-13: 978-0990651406
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces

Customer Reviews

I devoured the book in one sitting!

 on July 12, 2016
By Sondra K Russell
I devoured the book in one sitting! Most self-help books end up being preachy and anonymous, as if the writer has never personally experienced the troubles they mean to address, but have lots of ideas about how YOU should live life. This books is totally different: Ms. Rossi owns her own life, makes herself vulnerable to the reader, and all of that adds tremendous credibility to her guidance.

Ups and Downs

 on December 4, 2016
By V
I liked this book for the scope. The author clearly has a lot of experiences that can relate to a lot of people, and it is really nice because it is almost like having a person sitting in front of you to commiserate with. The bulleted lists at the end of each chapter are (mostly) surprisingly accurate; however they don’t always fit with the story of the chapter and instead of seeming like an overview of the “type of man” in her story it seems like an entirely separate stand-alone section. Personally, it made me wonder how she could give these bullet points from experience if they didn’t match the experience she had. Was there another person who did fit those bullet points, and if so, why didn’t she tell that story instead? This lost the book a star for credibility with me.

I enjoyed it very much!!

 on October 16, 2014
By Shirley
This book was a easy to read self help book about “Dating The Wrong Men” on the way to finding Mr. Right! Kelly Rossi deals with a very prevalent issue facing women in every age group today.She shares her and her friends experiences in a humorous writing style to profile types of wrong men that you may meet in the dating game.It can help the unseasoned dater to avoid these types of men but also helps the seasoned daters to realize others have encountered the same types of men they may have come in contact with to somehow ease their pain. Learning from these experiences to avoid dating the same types over and over.She addresses issues from her youth that may have been the reason she was attracted to these types, as well as, her reaffirmation of her religious beliefs and the importance of timing to find what she really needed and wanted in a partner. It ends with the hope of finding Mr. Right as she did…sharing hope is a good feeling for a book to leave you with and this one does.

Kelly Rossi takes us on her journey of finding the right guy

 on December 8, 2014
By R. Boyd
Guys! This book is a MUST READ! If you find yourself saying “I can’t find the right woman”, this book may be your answer. Kelly walks you through some of her dating nightmares and offers some insight of how not to be in order to find the woman you’ve been looking for. I found this book to be a quick & easy read and have purchased other copies for the special people in my life.


 on September 19, 2016
By Theresa L. Chism
Not a bad book. I found it a little boring for me because it seems like you have to read through a lot of jibber to get to the point. I like books to the point in fact Hes just not that into you is one of my favorites and has helped me see through a lot of the wrong guys.

Kelly is great at making you feel like you’re not alone and …

 on March 30, 2015
By Miss Blondy
Everyone I know has dated these guys. Kelly is great at making you feel like you’re not alone and that there’s better out there on its way. The book is funny and insightful so you never feel sad while she’s helping you let go of the past “wrong men” that might still be hanging around in your thoughts. I would recommend this book to all women both single and married alike. We all could use a laugh remembering what we’ve moved on from. And a little hope if you haven’t found your mister right that he’s on his way…. he just took the scenic route.

I am sure every woman who has had a decent dating history could publish a book like this.

 on August 17, 2015
By Jennifer
Entertaining read, but no real meat in terms of substantive advice. I am sure every woman who has had a decent dating history could publish a book like this.

Can relate to many of these men

 on June 10, 2015
By Jenn-Jenn
This book identifies the different men out there who you may be in a relationship with. It may give you the empowerment to get out of the relationship and find a man that suits you.

So if you want great relationship tips probably shouldn’t read this one

 on May 14, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Humorous book which was not far off base. Hit close to home. Not a “how to” book. So if you want great relationship tips probably shouldn’t read this one. However if you are looking for a book that is positive, witty, and encouraging…this book is a good choice.

Fun Read

 on April 21, 2016
By Marijana Waite
Her honesty was the most refreshing aspect of this book. Most of us have dated more than a few “wrong men” and have felt exactly as she has. In the end, there is always hope:)