• How to Marry Mr. Rich

  • How to Find a Single Man Who Is Making $150,000+ Plus a Year
  • By: Melody Summers
  • Narrated by: Madeline Starr
  • Length: 1 hr and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 05-05-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: International Romance Publishing
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars 3.6 (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A record-breaking 56 million American women are unemployed [From The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), February 2015].
A woman is lucky if she has any kind of job at all today! But even if she still has a job, she may work at a dirty job like I did, at a fast food restaurant as a fry cook, flipping greasy hamburgers and fries (then serve them to abrupt, arrogant customers all day long), or as a cleaning lady for a small motel chain, changing hundreds of kids' smelly, urine-stained bed sheets at 5 A.M. (at that hour, I was out of my mind and half asleep), or as a maid for a home-maid service, cleaning filthy, diarrhea-incrusted toilets in old people's homes (I worked even when I had splitting headaches from all of the strong cleaners and disinfectants).
I had those three dirty jobs until I quit them all, got smart, and married a rich millionaire. Then, I wrote How to Marry Mr. Rich in order to teach every woman in the world that it is really very possible for you to marry a rich millionaire, too! So, if you are a struggling, poor, or middle-class woman that desperately craves "the good life", then you need to learn and understand what the past generations of poor and middle-class mothers always told their poor and middle-class daughters: "You will have a lifetime of miserable poverty married to a poor man, and you will have a lifetime of trivial boredom married to a middle-class man, so marry Mr. Rich."
©2015 Melody Summers (P)2016 Melody Summers
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Customer Reviews

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1 out of 5 stars
By Ania G. on 07-15-18

I would rate it zero actually!!!

I dont know if this book was made as a joke or simply as mocking but it is horrible! Very poorly written by immature author (seem like 15 year odl). Will not provide you with any real advice and simply painful to listen.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Reader 1000 on 03-24-18

Some great practical advice, but not without flaws

If you could sum up How to Marry Mr. Rich in three words, what would they be?

This is unique because she is very specific as far as places to go and where to rent clothing to fit the part.

What other book might you compare How to Marry Mr. Rich to and why?

Not sure.

Have you listened to any of Madeline Starr’s other performances before? How does this one compare?


What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Go to a nude beach to meet your future husband...hmmm not sure about that one.

Any additional comments?

She must say 50 times someone that makes over $150,000 per year is rich. I don't think that is considered rich in most parts of the United States. She really should say 1 million dollars or more a year. She says it so many times it becomes redundant and irritating. Almost like an infomercial. She also seems to plug some online businesses that may be helpful to look into, but it seems obvious she must be getting some compensation. She keeps repeating the names like a commercial.

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