What was your goal in writing it? Provides lots of interesting cocktail party tidbits as well! Are these hypotheses primarily evolutionary, or do you think they extend into human psychology as well? Readers may probably need to slow down and highlight a lot. Still, that doesn't mean a relationship is doomed to fail.
However, in their new book The Chemistry Between Us: Love, Sex and the Science of Attraction social neuroscientist Larry Young and journalist Brian Alexander contend that our biology and chemistry play a much bigger role in love and sex than most of us ever acknowledge since Larry Young is the scientist behind the book [and responsible for the ideas therein], I will refer to him as the main author throughout.
I would hate for someone to miss out on that because they are afraid of falling in love. In the book we present these as two mechanisms of pair bonding in monogamous the chemistry between us love sex and the in Burlington, and the relevance of this to humans is more speculative.
A well-written, accessible page-turner of a book. It would brook no competition. Delivered in a tone of suppressed giggles, it was easy to forgive even the nurdiest ideas in this book.