The Unhappy Wife by Dr. K E Garland

Thanks to Lara, a book blogger who provided me with my first review of The Unhappy Wife! Check it out!

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Book The Unhappy Wife Author Dr. K E Garland

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Published on 17 Oct. 2016

Blurb

Twelve women share one thing in common – the quest for being happily married to the men they chose; however, each one finds herself in an unexpected marital predicament. Inspired by real events and told from each woman’s perspective, these short stories are firsthand accounts detailing the realities of marriage well after each woman said, “I do.”

Four women represent The Voiceless Wife. Although circumstances vary, these women give their power away to friends and family. The result is a loss of intuition and self. The Detached Wife symbolizes five different ways wives can be disconnected from their husbands and themselves. Sex, intimacy and self-discovery are central to understanding these women’s narratives. The Committed Wife includes three women who demonstrate the depths of devotion. These final stories show that wives sometimes need more than loyalty…

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27 thoughts on “The Unhappy Wife by Dr. K E Garland

  1. Katherin, I’m currently reading your book. Each story I’ve absorbed so far recounts the painful experience we women face as wives in a patriarchal world. So many lessons for us to learn, not only as wives but also as mother-in-laws. Will comment later when I’m done.

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    1. Omgosh I’m so glad that everyone’s interpreting and getting exactly what they need from this book. The one story, “Mrs. Little” seems to be the favorite so far 😉 So looking forward to hearing your other thoughts.

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  2. My copy is en route as we speak and I will want you to sign it once I’m done reading, so I’ll send it back and then you can autograph it and then resend it, deal? Hahaha

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