"Why Do Men Love Their Cars and Drive The HELL Out of Their Women?" are my experiences and work where I delve into my profound love for cars and my fasination of women.
I've painted quite a revealing picture of the difference between women and men when it comes to how they feel about cars. Although I've stated that both like cars, there is a significant difference in degree and extent in liking such vehicles between sexes. On one hand, women consider cars important and useful machines, but ordinary machines worth only what they are supposed to nevertheless. Men, on the other hand, treat cars as extensions of themselves--they dote and take care of their cars to a fault; spend startling amounts of cash to buy many of them; and considers them a source of both pride and joy.
If there are those who find my claims hard to believe, skeptics need only take a look at my book for proof or check out this Fiat 500 Abarth: The Hottest Car Commercial if you think the title of my book is a silly question or frivolous? Check out the link at: http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=IW_4sajYNPU&gl=US
You see, men love cars so much that we oftimes get "caught up" trying to distinguished the difference between the characteristics of a woman and a car. I also discussed significant events and periods in the history of automobiles.
"Why Do Men Love Their Cars and Drive The HELL Out of Their Women?" may appeal to a car collector, car enthusiasts and yes! women who always wanted to know why men love cars. Come to think about that last statement, that's probably why women "key" men's cars because deep down they already know how men feel about their cars? H'mmmmm?
David Butler's intention is: don't be afraid to Let Out Vulnerable Emotions (LOVE) to billions.
He began his journey with his first novel: Playa: A Love Story [www.playaalovestory.com], read by many people across the planet. Now with "Why Do Men Love Their Cars and Drive The HELL Out of Their Women? " David Butler II continues his ardent passion on life's greatest enigma: Love. He resides in Dallas, Texas, and is currently at work on his third book.