Sadly, the producer told us before the show they had not planned on having anyone on with a positive story," said Davis.Mark Edward Davis, owner of European Dream Connections, met his wife Anna in Ukraine on a romance tour, and was so impacted by the untold true story about Ukrainian women vastly outnumbering local men he wrote a tell-all book for Western men seeking a unique, more traditional male/female love relationship they are unlikely to find at home. know a Ukrainian girl who signed up for charmingdate.com, a site that rewards the girls for their participation with cash. They kept her account profile active long after she quit, presumably an employee of the website was still controlling it.
It doesn't cost anything to send an email whereas before they at least had to spend the cost of a postage stamp or a phone call.Better to learn and use game and live over there for awhile - just popping in for a week or two and thinking it's going to work out is sort of unrealistic. Desperate guys and girls who go to "socials" for the free drinks and food.The more realistic option is the guy that goes over who understands the culture, even if he utilizes an interpreter and meets the girls one on one he has a much better shot.See, I really *am* annoyed and wanting to fight back, in whatever way I can.Please note: This page content and the list of emails are copyrighted and it is not okay to copy it to your site.
After he and Anna appeared on The Today Show where Matt Lauer insinuated that Ukraine brides were "high class prostitutes" Davis was so furious he decided to give his book away free on his website European Dream