Four Wives

Four Wives

by Wendy Walker
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Four Wives 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
mary keane-khalid More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. It was romantic and humorous. If you are interested just a little bit then deffinately buy it!
Anonymous 5 months ago
I really enjoyed the book, but I can't stand bad editing - which this book falls victim to MANY times. How does such a wonderful, well-written, entertaining book get published with the word "we'll" (which maybe shouldn't be used at all?) written as "we'11"? SO MANY TYPOS it made me crazy...but I still couldn't put the book down. Stayed up until late into the morning to finish it.
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olga1122 More than 1 year ago
Chick lit and mom lit are my secret (no so much) vices, and this book falls beautifully into these two categories. Yet it is clever and relevant, does not insult you with lack of intelligence, and does raise some real issues/tickles your brain cells. A perfect summer read.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I was completely immersed in Wendy Walker's Four Wives. I feel like I know these women and have even stood in their shoes. I look forward to reading many more books from Mrs. Walker.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In suburbia the four married women meet while working on a public health benefit. Each has relationship issues involving their respective families. Housewife Janie Kirk is cheating on her spouse lawyer Marie Passeti struggles with her work, her family and a hot intern she desires affluent Gayle Beck uses prescription drugs to cope with her abusive husband and a doctor¿s spouse and mother Love Welsh receives a letter from her estranged father that shakes her current existence.----------- As the women become better acquainted with one another they become aware of each other¿s personal issues that send the quartet individually to relook their own problems with a wiser perspective. Especially hitting home to the remaining trio is Love¿s agony over whether she wants to have a second chance with her father as his note of reconciliation brings back a past she prefers to forget.--------- This look at life in suburbia is an interesting tale that rotates viewpoints between the FOUR WIVES so that the audience gets to understand what specifically disturbs each of them beyond the obvious stereotyping of the women and their husbands. As each of them learn more about the other three, they also comprehend more about themselves. However, the ending does not fit the tone of the well-written story line that throughout Wendy Walker elucidates how complex relationships truly are implying resolutions are filled with opportunity costs not necessarily happy ones.---------------- Harriet Klausner