Cheating. It happens. A lot, as a matter of fact. According to poll after poll at least one out of five married people cheat at some point in their marriage. And, like most things, there are right ways and wrong ways to go about it. Edgy and potentially controversial, Off the Slope - the Cheater's Guide to Romance handles the subject matter deftly, with the appropriate amount of humor and subtlety. Importantly, it covers both sides of the equation, providing not just unique advice on how to cheat, but also how to catch a cheater.My relationship and career backgrounds have made me the perfect person to write this provocative how-to book. I know that the market exists for advice on cheating and has determined it is not my lot in life to dispense morality, but rather to help, as best I can, those who are bound and determined, for whatever reasons, to cheat on their husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, or lovers. But to be fair, I split the book into two parts with Part I dealing with how to cheat and Part II dealing with how to catch a cheater. The work is the first in a projected series of "Off the Slope" books dealing with subjects that are not exactly, shall we say, mainstream.