Midwest Book Review
What they say is never what they mean - "Every Man Sees You Naked" is a satirical dating handbook taking the view that men are sex crazed pigs and placing it obviously without any regard to subtlety and political correctness. Although satirical, the truth sits alongside it to a degree, mixing the humor and advice aspect throughout, leaving no topic of common relationship problems and how a little bluntness can solve them uncovered. "Every Man Sees You Naked" could do well to find itself on either dating or humor shelves alike, and is highly recommended to fans of both.
Cherrell Ward, New Book Reviews
Every Man Sees You Naked had me in stitches many times. Matthews points out some interesting views about what makes men happy. From a woman's perspective, I found it hard to believe that men were that simple. However, when I asked my husband if men were that basic, he said, "Yes, that's right." So, girls - read the book, learn about the three "F's" and see how to understand your man in a whole new light. By getting down to the basic priorities that seem to drive all men.
I came away from Every Man Sees You Naked with a totally new perspective. Can it really be this simple? Apparently it can! Entertaining, funny and informative, what more could you ask for!
Paige Lovitt, Reader Views
As soon as I got my hands on “Every Man Sees You Naked” my world stopped. I put everything down to focus on this book. It was definitely well worth my time. David M. Matthews really tells it like it is. He takes us into the minds of men. I learned a lot. Rather than saying that men’s minds are simpler, I will be nice and say that they are less complex than I thought. Matthews says that he got the idea for this book from the many conversations that he has had with women. He writes with humor, which helps soften the blow of his brutal honesty. I was very impressed with his ability to understand the minds of women. The way that he explains how men’s minds work as compared to women’s showed me that he has a good understanding of how we think.
Even if I was in the perfect relationship (relationship, what relationship?), I would still love reading this book to gain more insight into my partner. The humor that Matthews infuses into his writing also makes it a very fun book to read. He doesn’t hold back with his words, so the reader should be prepared for some graphic details. In addition to gaining insight into how a man thinks or doesn’t think, he also offers some great advice on techniques for spicing up the relationship. This is definitely excellent reading material for someone who wants to make positive changes in her relationship.
Matthews answered some rhetorical questions that I had in my mind in regards to issues in previous relationships. One was, “Why would a man want to be intimate with me, if he doesn’t treat me with respect?” Well, I learned, in a man’s mind, respect doesn’t play into sex issues. They don’t need to have respect for a woman to have fun with her. I also gained some insight into men and women just being friends. In my own life, I have noticed that there are guys that say that they are okay with just being friends, but then they get all bent out of shape when I start a relationship with someone other then them, or if the friendship doesn’t extend into the friends-with-privileges level. Matthews taught me that guys really don’t want to just be friends with women. They always want more. I will definitely keep this in mind for future friends!
“Every Man Sees You Naked,” is a must read for all women. It should be required reading in high school. Actually not high school, because then the moral majority would have to hold book burnings, but definitely for college. Every woman needs to read this book. If she can read it before she gets into her first relationship, she will have a much easier time. But it’s never too late, at least not for a divorced, almost-middle-aged woman like myself. Mr. Matthews please keep writing.