I’ve had multiple friends of both genders who shared the affliction of being attracted primarily to people who are unreliable, disinterested, or dangerous. It often strikes me as odd that some evolutionary drive propels certain people to try to reproduce with people that they would never consider hiring as a babysitter. That seems to me to be one of evolutions ways of gently removing people from the gene pool.
Hey, just so you know, all through the month of September (2017, in case you’re reading this in the far distant future), the Kindle edition (See, in this time period, eBooks are still locked in a format war, and their prices are set differently in different regions, as the global economy has not yet unified under the singular global currency, the “Gleuro.”) of my latest book, Run Program (As of this time, I have not yet written my later works, including the multi-volume series about my as-yet uninvented character, the hard-boiled detective Victor Lamaze. How quaint this primitive version of the world must seem to you.), is on sale in the US for only $1.99. (Roughly three hundred Gleuro, adjusted for inflation.)