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Witty New Guide Helps Women Avoid Dating Disasters

Alexander Atlas – a man who was used to winning – knows how the dating game works. He played it himself for years before settling down, and watched woman after woman fall for the same tricks.

In his new, brazenly honest dating guide, The Boys You Don’t Take Home: Game Secrets, Atlas takes women inside the male mind and shares his past, one-sided relationship perspective. Using colorful, lesson-packed anecdotes, he introduces readers to the “mama’s boy”, the “bad boy”, the “player” and the “scrub” and shares his tips for spotting their deceitful tricks and traps.

Atlas covers a wide range of topics that include:

  • How to identify “Mr. Wrong”
  • How to move on from heartache and heartbreak
  • The telltale signs of cheating
  • Dealing with rejection
  • How to use your relationship as inspiration for personal success
  • Understanding the signs of emotional abuse
  • How to stop wasting your time on unworthy men

Readers may recognize some of their own dating mistakes and disasters between the covers of The Boys You Don’t Take Home, and that’s the point! Atlas wants to help women everywhere make better relationship choices.

Alexander Atlas writes both fiction and nonfiction. In addition to The Boys You Don’t Take Home: Game Secrets, Atlas is also the author of the companion piece, The Girls You Don’t Take Home to Mama (published in 2016). He is also working on two novels: Napoleon’s Way and From Prey 2 Predator as well as his third self-help installment, The Girls You Don’t Take Home: Pandemonium and Chaos. A father of two daughters as well as a motivational fitness trainer, Alexander Atlas incorporates self-improvement into all facets of his life.

For more information about Alexander Atlas and his upcoming books, please visit

The Boys You Don’t Take Home: Game Secrets

Release Date: February 1, 2018
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