Divorce Sucks: What to do when irreconcilable differences, lawyer fees, and your ex's Hollywood wife make you miserable [NOOK Book]

Overview

Hock the platinum. Take down the vacation photos. Cancel the joint checking account.

There's no question . . . Divorce Sucks. And perhaps no one knows that better than author Mary Jo Eustace, whose ex-husband Dean McDermott married Tori Spelling a mere thirty days after their divorce was finalized. One part tell-all and one part guide to get readers on their feet after a bitter breakup, this hilarious addition to the bestselling Sucks series tells everything readers don?t want ...

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Divorce Sucks: What to do when irreconcilable differences, lawyer fees, and your ex's Hollywood wife make you miserable

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Overview

Hock the platinum. Take down the vacation photos. Cancel the joint checking account.

There's no question . . . Divorce Sucks. And perhaps no one knows that better than author Mary Jo Eustace, whose ex-husband Dean McDermott married Tori Spelling a mere thirty days after their divorce was finalized. One part tell-all and one part guide to get readers on their feet after a bitter breakup, this hilarious addition to the bestselling Sucks series tells everything readers don’t want to know about divorce - from what a phone call with a lawyer will cost; to how to handle your newer, younger replacement; to what Hollywood divorcees are actually thinking when they watch their ex walk the red carpet with a millionairess. Sometimes horrifying, sometimes gratifying, and never merciful, this book will give readers an inside look at one of today’s most public divorces while reminding them - hey, it could always be worse.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440504419
  • Publisher: F+W Media
  • Publication date: 9/18/2009
  • Series: Sucks
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 132,243
  • File size: 637 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Jo Eustace was married to Dean McDermott for thirteen years before Dean met Tori Spelling and subsequently proposed to Tori while still legally married to Mary Jo. Eustace is an actress, singer, chef, mother, and author of two bestselling cookbooks. Her television career spans fifteen years and she has been featured on Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, and The Today Show.

Joanne Kimes is the series editor of the bestselling Sucks series. Ms. Kimes has been married for twelve years and only considers divorce during playoff-season. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and her daughter. Find out more about Joanne and the Sucks series at sucksandthecity.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2011

    not worth the money!

    i really didnt like this book at all. i felt like all she wante was to bash something 3 years and 2 kids later im not a tori fan i could really care less but she really sounds to bitter in this not so helpful help book. not so much a bio and not a self help but more of a pitty book

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  • Posted December 23, 2009

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    Classy and Humorous

    I have to be honest. I selected this book thinking that it was going to be Mary Jo Eustace's version of what happened during her infamous split from Dean McDermott, when he left her for Tori Spelling. Trashy, I know. But I thought maybe a light, gossipy book would be a nice change.

    Divorce Sucks, despite it's somewhat lighthearted, joking (and yet all too true) title, is a tell-all but not of the gossipy variety. Instead, Ms. Eustace shares what it's like to be over 40 and facing an unexpected and sudden divorce. Add to that the celebrity factor (Ms. Eustace was somewhat of a local celebrity in her native Canada, along with ex-husband McDermott, with Tori Spelling bringing the tabloids and entertainment news into what should have been a very personal family matter), two children (one of whom was an infant that had been adopted a mere three weeks before McDermott left) and a very recent relocation to Los Angeles, where Ms. Eustace had no ties, no employment and no roots. Hmm, yes, I think the title might be fairly accurate.

    I'll get this out of the way right now. I have watched Spelling and McDermott's reality television show. While I didn't and don't like how their relationship came about, I must admit that their program has been entertaining. Mary Jo Eustace, however, was somewhat of a mystery - - the "first wife", rarely mentioned in the media during the highly publicized split, other than in brief passing or reported as being McDermott's "older" former wife (a fact that Ms. Eustace jokes about during the course of her book). Divorce Sucks proved to me that Mary Jo Eustace has a wonderful personality and pokes fun at herself in order to provide somewhat of a "how to" survive divorce and come through it with your emotional and mental health intact.

    Despite the book not being the gossipy froth I had originally thought, and not going through a divorce myself, I enjoyed the book. I found Mary Jo Eustace to be down to earth and relatable. She sells the book, thanks to her witty writing and ability to be humble. She admits to feeling sorry for herself and says "hey, it's okay". She admits to wearing the same shirt for months on end during her woe-is-me period. She admits to feeling uncomfortable and out of sorts at being the only single gal at get-togethers with couples and wonders who exactly gets custody of the joint friends when you and your husband split up. She talks about navigating the unknown waters of the dating pool as a single mother as well as going back to work to support herself and her children. While McDermott and Spelling are mentioned, Ms. Eustace stays away from the low-blows and name-calling and focuses instead on how to get over and get beyond.

    Bottom line, even though I don't need the divorce advice for myself, I would enjoy sitting down over a glass of wine or a manicure to chat with Mary Jo Eustace. Any reader looking for advice on how to deal emotionally with a divorce will benefit from her book, just as any reader looking for a book written in a chatty, comfy BFF style will enjoy picking this one up.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 6, 2009

    What A Remarkable Lady!!!

    I must say this book caught my eye in a magazine review this month Oct,i placed an order to pick up at several area code's close by to no avail!It was all sold out so i placed my order and recived it right away and i am just so into it and i love her Spirit,I felt sorry for her before i read the book because of her insensitive of a husband she had good riddence to him(Dean Mcdermott)he is so fake,Mary Jo,I am so glad you wrote a book,i must be honest and say i also read Tori Spellings book's,and i as an Avid reader must say MaryJo you are one classy lady!the difference between being more mature, and being a silly clueless spoiled brat(Tori)is very apparent in her books,I will keep looking for more books from you and i wish you luck and you are better off,What goes around comes around and Tori really can never trust her husband once a cheater is always a cheater in my book.I will certainly tell all my friends about this wonderful book,it is to funny and also helpful we as women have to teach each other and stand by each other,I am happliy married,But u just never know what home wrecker is around the corner,I do blame both,it takes two,What i would like to know is if that heartless Dean knew you two were going to adopt Lola(my middle name.).If he did that is so sad he walked out on her!Well i'm glad Tori knows what she is in for,She can't go hungry forever!Thank You MaryJo,for a wonderful read!!!!!!!!You will and are geting all the attention you deserve and more..P.S.your picture in the cover,you are so pretty!!.What George Clooney lost!oh well your still to great for him as well...

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2013

    Good read, Mary Jo Eustace seems to be a class act.. PS Looks li

    Good read, Mary Jo Eustace seems to be a class act..
    PS Looks like Tori has been busy leasving the 1star reviews..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2011

    Good book

    I never liked Tori Spelling anyway. She represents the adult version of a spoiled brat. Sorry she stole your husband.

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