The title of this book is a play on words of sorts to the famous book entitled "True Love Waits." While this book is an interesting read and quite the page-turner, I still think "True Love Waits" is a better book in many regards. That book is deeper spiritually and literally. This book is simple. However, I do not mean that as an insult. This book goes over many basic principles of how to date inward, outward, and upward. So, in other words, the author encourages getting to know yourself, getting to know others, and getting to know God. With a bit of practicality thrown in, there are discussion questions at the end of each chapter, as well as a section towards the back of the book where Fileta goes over common counseling questions. I think Fileta's experience as a professional counselor make this book a bit more appealing. Sure, she may not be saying anything that other books on "Christian dating" don't say. But, her background gives her opinions a bit more credibility. Due to the nature of some topics discussed in this book, I would say it is for mature readers and not youngsters.