Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman

Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman

Enitan O. Bereola II Meagan Good Hill Harper / Sep 15, 2019

Gentlewoman Etiquette for a Lady from a Gentleman Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown Have you ever witnessed a Lady Not a woman but a Lady She s a girl by birth woman by maturity and Lady by choice Do you remember how the sight of a Lady made

  • Title: Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman
  • Author: Enitan O. Bereola II Meagan Good Hill Harper
  • ISBN: 9780615927770
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown Have you ever witnessed a Lady Not a woman, but a Lady She s a girl by birth, woman by maturity and Lady by choice Do you remember how the sight of a Lady made you feel Did she smile at you Could you feel her warmth Do you remember her scent of comfort and truth Can you recall how difficult it was explaining what you witnesUneasy lies the head that wears a crown Have you ever witnessed a Lady Not a woman, but a Lady She s a girl by birth, woman by maturity and Lady by choice Do you remember how the sight of a Lady made you feel Did she smile at you Could you feel her warmth Do you remember her scent of comfort and truth Can you recall how difficult it was explaining what you witnessed when she strolled by Her high heels were music her stride was a song She walked in greatness influencing nations with each step Do you remember the first time you saw a Lady Well, when was the last time you saw her Her story isn t being told Her legacy is being watered down and society is taking notes She s much than a victim with hips GENTLEWOMAN sets out to explore the demise of femininity and class in contemporary society Unlike any other book, the author shares a lifetime of relevant research and insight that will inform, educate and empower womanhood The book is fresh, fun and sexy uncommon sense advice designed to facilitate a necessary conversation amongst the sexes that leads to real solutions Oh, and a man wrote it CLASS IS BACK IN SESSION From selecting wines to selecting a mate, I am re branding etiquette Making manners beautiful, again E.B II

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    1. This book came to me at a time when I had forgotten I even owned a crown. I kept dropping my standards and "adjusting" because I was once told that my standards are too high. They are not. This book reminded me that i have a lot to offer therefore I should expect a lot in return. Every page brought a reminder or a new lesson. This book will definitely be a staple, venturing with me wherever I go - because it is a constant reminder to wear my crown and continue to be amazing.First book that I've [...]


    2. Amazing book. Easily digested. Well written and very uplifting. I loved that it embraced being a woman and the beauty of it. Will read again and highly recommended to any and everyone.


    3. This was a lovely book. It was uplifting and the content was beautiful. I want to give this book as a gift to all of the women in my life, to remind them to that they are honored and revered. As the author repeats, "pick up your crown" ladies.


    4. I don't really believe in self help books. However, when I saw an etiquette book for women written by a man I had to read it. (Granted, I had all the enthusiasm of a teenager sitting through a parental lecture. I may have actually rolled my eyes when I heard its author was masculine.) I didn't discover anything revolutionary in this book but I did enjoy hearing old principles from a modern man's perspective. Although there's nothing new in this read, the author wasn't preachy and relayed good po [...]


    5. I think Bereola achieved the goal he set for this book; to reiterate an uplifting message to women from a mans view. His no-nonsense personality showed through his words, and I appreciated his candid presentation. I gave this book three stars because I felt that the theme he wanted to portray was class, elegance and sophistication for the modern woman, but the doodles, lipstick mark and bulky 'B' on every page cheapened the experience for me. Also, there were a surprising number of grammatical e [...]


    6. This book was totally amazing and uplifting. I really understand the concept of being the Gentlewoman that I am. Kudos to Mr. Bereola putting together this beautiful love letter to all Gentlewomen. I can read this over and over again.


    7. Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Man is the second best seller by author Enitan Bereola II. Gentlewoman is a female empowerment book written for women, but also suitable for men. This book is a favorite of mine and an easy read. It is a compilation of Bereolas own words, thoughts, and experiences; as well as quotes and sayings from people such as Brian-Michael Cox and John Legend. Bereola does an amazing job with the use of voice in this book. He definitely wrote with his audience in mi [...]


    8. I read the book, and decided to rate the book somewhere between 3 or 4. Ultimately I rated the book a four The fact that the writer spoke for "God" throughout the book just screamed delusional, to me! With that being said; I appreciate his perspective. He gave a lot of positive feed back. Which was refreshing, since women are often seen as just sex objects and nothing more, these days. It was wonderful to read that our worth is noticed and appreciated. Not only that; the writer reminded us, wome [...]


    9. This book may have some good advice but it is so bogged down by the writing that it may require the patience of a saint to find it. This book is sort of written in "sister talk" but it's coming from a brother so it's even more distracting. Also, the author is Christian and heavily infuses his writing with it so if that's not your thing stay away. I wanted to like this book, I did, I was so excited for it but at the end of the day it's just such a waste of time and money.


    10. For the modern women, this book is an excellent source of encouragement for cultivating not only etiquette but also self-love/compassion. The one disappointment that I can name is the poor editing (comma displacement, articles missing, word misspellings). As a Literature major, I view the presence of the latter mentioned mistakes as being a disservice to the reader.Otherwise, Bereola's book is a good read.


    11. This book had me in tears many times because it showed me how amazing of a Gentlewoman I am. It's nice to know men value and respect our role as a woman. This book truly uplifted my spirit, help me develop even more self-love for myself. Great and funny tips for all woman in various situations to read.


    12. I get where this book is coming from - and think it might help some women.just not me. It's basically a book of affirmations. Maybe if I read this in my younger years, specifically early 20's, it would make more sense to me and I would have enjoyed it more. But now I am in my mid 30's and have a good handle of who I am and don't need a stranger in a book to tell me I am beautiful.


    13. Every woman has to read it. We are special and we should not only know it but also use it. Everything depends on us



    14. I was gifted this book by a very close friends that happens to see me through EVERY trouble I find myself enduring. It was gifted for my 21st birthday during the worse break up ever.I read the book twice, even used it as the first book for my start-up book club. I enjoyed the book more while I was heartbroken. The second two readings were not as impact. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to others.



    15. Enitan O Bereola sets out to conquer a huge undertaking. With his book Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman he attempts to utilize his male perspective to inspire Gentlewomen. A Gentlewoman is described as a "contemporary Lady–one who adheres to a moral standard of living. She’s well-dressed, well-spoken, well-traveled and well-read. And she’s beautiful.” Bereola brings readers his own unique mixture of wittiness, romantic soliloquies, and no-nonsense approach to lay out a [...]


    16. For my overall rating of the book I teetered between a 3 and 4-star rating, ultimately leaning towards the 4 because I like the intention of the book. I could not give it a 5 because I was looking forward to being "on fire" after I read the book, and it did not happen. This is partially because for some segments of the book I felt as though I was back in my high school health course. I think it would be great if there was a gentlewoman edition for younger ladies and then an addition that leaned [...]


    17. You will like this book if you are a modern, religious, and curious woman trying to learn more about etiquette and love. There are great insights and the author brings in advice from other people that is helpful. Overall a good book with witty humor that is helpful just as it is funny. I love the section with all the "Pleasantries" rules. Sidenote: Just because the author is a man, it does not take away from his respectful tone. Best way to sell is to read the dedication page! It is truly beauti [...]


    18. Manners matter I liked this book because it is an etiquette book for life in general, not just for romantic relationships. I gave the book 4 stars because my copy didn't have all the rules listed. (There's a section with rules) I'm not sure if my copy didn't download properly or if it is a print error. Either way, I highly recommend this book to men and women of any age group. I think there is great advice sprinkled throughout the pages. Also, the author's voice is conversational which makes the [...]


    19. Gentlewoman is like receiving wisdom from an older, witty brother!! Majority of the book I could totally relate to because of the values my parents and taught me. I like that he encourages women to empower each other. I also thought it was cool that he talks about different things like wineries, art galleries, and tailored style. Very well written and rounded book, that would be a great gift for a girlfriend or young woman.


    20. AmazingAnyone who sees this book at a quick glance would most likely say "I need to be taught manners, get out of here" although I've been raised in a household where values & etiquette has been implemented, it is great to read being a young adult. Many things I've forgotten, others are new. The beauty of this book is that it's not entirely step by step. It helps keep an open mind, that alone changes "our reality," thank you for the reminder. I appreciate you!-Jeimy


    21. I don't think I will ever be "finished " with this book. It is the type of book that you read and re read and refer to others . It is a reference book, an inspirational book as well as an instructional manual. What a great love letter to women to remind us to adjust our crowns and to never lower our standards . I loved everything about this book.


    22. AmazingI first saw excerpts of this book on Instagram and just fell in love with the book. It's amazing that a man knows so much about being a lady and is willing to share. It's not just etiquette, it's how to navigate life gracefully, and be who exactly God has called us to be- light and salt of the world. Thank you Bereola


    23. Fix my CrownThis is an amazing book for the young teen, young woman, dating woman, single woman and married. This book is a guide for what has occurred in our lives and what's to come.I read rated this book so high because it is definitely one any woman can read as she tackle the challenges of life as she grows old.


    24. This book was pretty much basic knowledge and common sense, however most people know that common sense isn't common. It was a refresher for me but I truly enjoyed the basic reminders that come up in this book. It made me feel good and makes me want to take pride in myself. I didn't necessarily agree with everything but I got the point. This should be required reading for every young lady.


    25. You Will Be InspiredThis was a great read. He touched on so many forgotten topics. I was truly educated and enlightened reading this book. I recommend this book to women of all ages. It is life changing and thought provoking.


    26. I enjoyed this book. Truly gave an insightful opinion on what a man believes a woman should be. Besides the title, the book wasn't geared to degrading woman, and telling a woman to cook and clean etc. This book was truly made to inspire what it means to BE A WOMAN.


    27. This was such an amazing book! Everyone should read this book. It's definitely a page turnerI couldn't put the book down. The book is a woman's bible I would say. It has everything we need to know about everything. I absolutely loved it!


    28. This book is absolutely brilliant! I couldn't put it down! The fact that he also includes scriptures throughout the work, solidifies my love for it! I encourage all my ladies to read! Gentleman there are also a few gems in there for you! The author out did himself!


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