The Unhappy Wife: A Book Review

Today’s review of The Unhappy Wife comes from someone that many of you might already follow, my girl Kelley, over at Gray Suede! Her site is super positive in terms of raising Black consciousness. Thanks again Kelley! I appreciate the support 😉

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As you all know, I’m not the best at book reviews, but I had to do it for my fellow blogging sister, Dr. Garland. She is beautiful, intelligent, honest and inspiring. When reading her posts, I often come away with a handful of golden nuggets and a new perspective, so supporting her new book was kind of a no brainer. Although I’m not married, engaged and never have been, Katherin promised that I’d gain something from The Unhappy Wife. And I did. Absolutely.

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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.”

I read The Unhappy Wife in…

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Book Review – The Unhappy Wife By Dr. K E Garland

Sometimes the best Book Reviews are by people who don’t do book reviews for a living 😉 Thanks to my girl over at fabulouswithglitches for wearing a T-shirt, posting to Twitter, ordering The Unhappy Wife, reading it, and writing this heartfelt review! Much appreciation luv!

Book Review: The Unhappy Wife

Special thanks to Book Blogger, Tania over at Life According to Tania for review #2: ⭐️️⭐️️⭐️️⭐️️⭐️️ If you’ve written a book, go check out her blog and guidelines. She squeezed my genre in, so I especially appreciate this review.

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I know no one expected me to be back again, so soon. But I am and I have another book lined up to review (along with plenty more!). I was lucky enough to received an ARC of The Unhappy Wife by K. E. Garland. So, I’m just going to jump right into it.


Author: K. E. Garland (Get it here)

Genre: Women’s Fiction

Synopsis:

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.”.


Review:
So, again, this is a little different than the books I usually read as this is a collection of short stories. However, they were very good stories…

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