The birds and the bees is supposedly the story of what sex and love is all about, and the speech of all its meanings and lure are presumed to be delivered by mother/father/both or that adult in your life well before any such dealings. Well, now, readers, raise your hand up high if you ever got that talk in due time! Much like the majority of youngsters, the main character in this book,Loddy, never got that speech and therefore was faced with life-altering decisions to make on the fly, so to speak. Sound familiar? More than likely that answer is a big fat yes! So imagine being able to simply take a pill (the marriage pill) that allows a young man to experience all the intangibles, good and bad, of entering into holy matrimony with the one he is presumably in love with and then decide. There is such a pill! And furthermore, its success rate of convincing young men not to enter into the contractual agreement of till death do us part with the enticing young woman of his dreams until at least the age of twenty-nine is and has been 100 percent effective.