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Defending Eve is wholeheartedly inspired with love by true events and is not meant as a self-help book. Rather it is a genuine and heartfelt story that leaves the reader with many valuable lessons intended to better all relationships. It is also unique because such a tender story has its source from the acrimony of a break up. Ironically, it is only through such a stormy environment that the light is able to shine through.

In his intimate and detailed storytelling, Jaffe's main character admits how he was sabotaging his own dreams for happiness. He uses the lessons that he's crystallized from his years as a divorce lawyer to spur a complete metamorphosis of his character. He's proof that it's never too late to change for love and uncovers the one and only Truth to making a marriage not just last but be rewarding.

Surprisingly , it is his career as a divorce lawyer where Author Adam Scott Jaffe learned there is no half-way effort if relationships are to thrive.

He has truly seen behind the curtain. Through his work, he was able to discover a simple yet paramount secret that provides couples the greatest opportunity to follow through on their commitments to each other.

©2013 Adam Scott Jaffe (P)2014 Adam Scott Jaffe

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Syrupy Dialogue

Awful! Dialogue was syrupy and painful. Author did not deliver on the secret to keeping love.
Narration by author was stilted.
Will definitely skip the movie if made.