The one disappointment that I can name is the poor editing comma displacement, articles missing, word misspellings. As a Literature major, I view the presence of the latter mentioned mistakes as being a disservice to the reader. Otherwise, Bereola's book is a good read. It was gifted for my 21st birthday during the worse break up ever. I read the book twice, even used it as the first book for my start-up book club. I enjoyed the book more while I was heartbroken. The second two readings were not as impact. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to others. It's amazing that a man knows so much about being a lady and is willing to share.
A lesser amount of modest than the speech of prudes. It's a shame that this dress up gained became associated with imposing Bigots due to of traditional values as I believe the other alternative, Female is better reserved as the lady counterpart for Lord. Nobody calls a male without legitimate claim by agency of heritage or authority a Lord, so it strikes me as bigot to call females ladies. It is disrespectful to men and perhaps constant more importantly, the conflation diminishes the respectability of the title for the women who deserve it.