Eric Schaeffer is forty something, never married and looking for love. He's an actor, director, producer and writer. He's appeared in the films "Spanglish", "One Night at McCools", and more... He's the director of "If Lucy Fall" starring Sarah Jessica Parker, and "My Life in Turnaround".
Having met Mr. Schaeffer in person I can't imagine I will ever meet a celebrity more brutally honest and real. In his memoir he puts everything on the line for love.
Yes, he's a little eccentric, neurotic and borderline obsessive compulsive, but he has a good heart with good intentions. He has a lot of problems but don't we all. This book is funny, sometimes shocking and never dull. One of my favorites of the year!
This book is really quite sexually graphic. I wish I had known that before I started reading it on my lunch hour at work. I kept hoping none of my coworkers would pick it up.
It was an interesting concept, but the graphic sexual scenes (and there are many) really seem to overshadow the relationships he has. Actually looking back now, I can only remember 1 that was an actual girlfriend.
Not only is this book extremely sexually graphic but Schaeffer amounts to a sexual deviant that isn't very loveable. I used to love reading his blog but, apparently, my tastes have changed since then.
His stories, aside from being graphic, just aren't that interesting.