The Gaggle by Jessica Massa
The Gaggle by Jessica Massa is partially a self-help book, partially a humorous read that will keep you entertained until the last page. This book asks the question that no one wants to answer, “who cares if he’s just not that into you?” And instead of offering you simple solutions on how to break into the dating world, it shows you what you’ve been missing that has been right in front of your eyes the whole time … your GAGGLE. Incase you aren’t familiar, a gaggle is a term that replies to every type of man that you encounter in your world because dating is simply, no longer dating like it used to be. This book teaches you to look at your co-workers, their friends, college friends, old friends, an ex, and the list goes on and on and on. This book shows you that you have so much more going on in your life than you are giving yourself credit for and that some of your current relationships may actually be “the one” hidden in disguise.
I really, really enjoyed reading The Gaggle by Jessica Massa. I feel like it takes the self-help books of the dating world and knocks them on their ass, and although it is humorous in its descriptions of the men out there, it is pretty accurate in describing the lack of dating in todays world. It’s easy to feel like your love life is nonexistent and I have girlfriends who get so wrapped up in who and when their next date will be that they forget to see what is right in front of them. Overall, this was a very fun, helpful, honest portrayal of the dating scene today and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I would recommend it to my single girlfriends for guidance and those who are current committed for a good laugh.