Book 1



Making  the  most  of  your  womanly  power



Rebecca Warner

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"By the most modern definition, I am a feminist. Here is the definition of a feminist: "Advocating women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men." The word feminist scares....."


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He's Just A Man

Do you want to enhance your self esteem? Learn to flirt with flair? Gain confidence around men? Become a better lover? He's Just A Man will help you tap into your womanly power so that you can attain all of these attributes!

All you need to find your loving, committed man is the knowledge and understanding of the power you possess as a woman.


I met Rebecca when we lived in Miami Lakes in the early 1980s. We found we really liked each other just as friends, and we became each other's sounding boards for relationships.She was always confident where men were concerned, and often she dated several men at the same time. When I asked her if they knew about each other, she said, "If they ask, I tell them." I asked her how they felt about it, and she said, "If they don't like it, they know where the door is." I had never met a woman like her, and once I had a chance to ask a man she was dating what was so special about her. He pointed to the top of his head, then down at his feet as he said, "From the top of her head, to the tip of her toes." That said it all about Rebecca.

Joseph Langsam

Rebecca and I spent many hours together discussing men and relationships. I knew she had a great marriage to a successful and good-looking man who adored her. I learned that she had dated many men, loved more than one of them, and had several marriage proposals, so of course I wanted to learn what she knew. I always admired Sean Penn as a famous actor, and I knew we had one specific interest in common. After the devastating earthquake in Haiti in 2010, Sean Penn lent his time, his voice and his wallet to the effort to stabilize and rebuild. As a flight attendant, I was able to do my part in collecting literally tons of goods to take with me on my flights there. Among the many hats I wore, I also became an emissary for the Art Creation Foundation for Children in Jacmel, Haiti. One day, lo and behold, Sean Penn was in first class on my flight back from Haiti. I very much wanted to talk to him, but I hesitated for all the reasons you would imagine. But then I heard Rebecca's voice in my head saying, "He's just a man!" With that mantra bolstering me, I sat down across from him and we talked about our mutual interest and efforts in Haiti. I gave him my emissary business card; and even though I knew that I would never hear from him, I had done something I never would have done if not for Rebecca--I took a chance, and I was a better woman for it.

Sue THomas

I’ve known Rebecca since 1980, when we were both in our early 20s and living in Miami. Even then, she had men figured out. She thinks like a man, but she is also one of the most "kick ass" feminine women I’ve ever known. She is a powerful combination of confidence and beauty, both inside and out. Rebecca is the authority on men and relationships, and I can say this with confidence because without her guidance, I would never have gotten my husband to the altar!

Brenda Lasker Gaines

I first met Rebecca when I was just newly married to my first husband. She was in her early 20s and I was amazed how she was able to walk into a room and took control in the most unobtrusive way. Her banking clients, male or female, hung onto every recommendation she would make. I know her book is about "men" but honestly she gained knowledge about human nature early on. Her advice is dead on and being head strong and afraid of my own shadow, I never listened. She helped me to appreciate all that I had to offer, slowly my confidence grew stronger and I knew that I could choose the man that I wanted... I did not have to settle. It would be my choice to have a man in my life or not .. I was good in my own skin and I knew I did not need a man. This left me open to endless possibilities... Lucky for the guy I married, an attorney, I chose him and he gets to spend his life in my loving arms happy to take care of all my needs... Thanks Rebecca for all the late night discussions your advice was priceless.

Julie Ruigomez-Patterson

Essential He's Just A Man

Only the united beat of sex and heart together can create ecstasy.

~ Anaïs Nin

My sexuality is not an inferior trait that needs to be chaperoned by emotionalism or morality.

~ Alice Bag

I know of my sex appeal. I know about sexuality, and I know how to use it - tastefully, of course.

~ Rachel Bilson

Pursuit and seduction are the essence of sexuality. It's part of the sizzle.

~ Camille Paglia

I'm not afraid of my femininity and I'm not afraid of my sexuality.

~ Goldie Hawn

He’s Just A Man...He’s not a mystery or a puzzle. He’s simply the male of our species, but he has one significant soft spot: He is in pursuit of a female—he is biologically driven to find a mate. It doesn’t matter how rich, powerful or handsome a man is, he is still just a man who is looking for a woman to love.
In Book 1 of HE’S JUST A MAN: Making the Most of Your Womanly Power, you’ll discover this power you have been given as a woman, and techniques on how to harness and use that power in a healthy way to attract the right man for you. With this knowledge, you can get past any fear or doubt about ever meeting that man.
It’s really a very basic premise: You want a loving man, and a man wants a loving mate. Tap into your womanly power to gain the confidence you need to find your true life partner, secure in the knowledge that he is just a man. 



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