I have recently started reading some of your novels (Shame on it All and Zane's Sex Chronicles). It’s not usually the type of books I go for but couldn't put them down. I am a twenty two, single, and have never been in a relationship. In fact, I would consider myself a virgin in all domains. Lately I've been thinking, what is it about me that's not appealing to men. I am a smart, funny, sweet, caring and attractive young woman with a bright future ahead. I study in one of the most prestigious universities in the world. However, I lack the love and companionship of a partner. I do admit that I am a bit shy but there has to be someone out there who finds me to their liking. (I have had guys being interested in me but most of them were not the ones I wanted to be with, so nothing ever happened. I subscribed myself to a local speed dating service in hopes for good results. But I would like to know if there is something that I am doing wrong. Please help me.
Desperate for Love
Dear Desperate for Love
Things do not always happen when we want them to happen but when they are supposed to. I am wondering if you have a clear understanding of what you desire in a man and if those are the type of men you are truly compatible with. You say that men have been interested in you but not the other way around. What I am saying, in a nutshell, is that there are plenty of men but maybe you want the wrong type. All that notwithstanding, someone will come along. Just continue to enhance yourself and your personal traits so that you can increase your single man dating pool.