A spirited call to the chase for all would-be wives follows the adage that all is fair in love and war -- and this is definitely war. Every girl may be entitled to a husband, but it's up to her to find him, truss him and batten him down. Nina Farewell's helpful hints add up to a full quiver for the huntress, whatever her style and whatever her meat. She rates men from A to O, with appropriate approaches, goes on to deal out ""7 Lures, 5 Spellbinders, 8 Traps, 9 Formulas, and 4 Love Potions by which he can best be taken"". The advantages of a dikdook (or you gotta have a gimmick), or adversely, camouflage are also examined, as are the possibilities for career-minded (his career) women. A highly moral epic with its admonishment to fasten chastity belts until the legal goal is achieved, but understanding of falls from grace (and the telling grip on one's prey), this leads inevitably to triumph and leaves the reader with a final gentle reminder to be kind in victory. Bound to leave Eros agape.