Author Marilyn Marsh Looks for Love in All the Wrong Places in New Book '101 Men & Still Alone'

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Marsh exposes the realities associated with unhealthy relationships

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Finding Mr. Right is not an easy task and some women will go to incredible lengths to find their Prince Charming no matter what the cost.

101 Men & Still Alone by Marilyn Marsh chronicles Marsh’s many romantic adventures and paints a realistic portrait of the precarious life of a single woman.

The story begins from her days as a young woman who grew up too fast without being able to properly learn her own identity before jumping headfirst into a series of adult relationships. Marsh often mistook sex for love in her relationships, which led her into a pattern of unhealthy and broken relationships with men.

“This book details all the aspects of my romantic life, including being involved with the wrong men because of sex instead of true feelings,” said Marsh. “I was always looking for true love and never found it.”

Through all of her relationships, Marilyn learns many important lessons that she wishes to share with other women so that they can learn from her mistakes. Through her missteps in love, Marilyn shows readers how important it is to have a grasp on one’s identity before getting involved in romantic or sexual relationships.

“I urge women not to get caught up in the fantasy of a relationship or get into relationships for the wrong reasons, like for money or power,” said Marsh. “Be your own person and do not depend on others to determine your self esteem or worth.”

101 Men & Still Alone
By Marilyn Marsh
ISBN: 978-1-45256-750-1
Softcover retail price: $15.99
E-book price: $9.99

About the author
Marilyn has lived most of her life in Portland, Oregon. She is surrounded by her family and friends, who she is thankful for everyday. With all her travels, she has had many adventures and many lives. Her life as a single woman has been a fascinating journey.

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