Having It Both Ways is the first book to reveal why one out of every three middle-class American wives takes a lover. The secret lives of married women are told in anecdotes and direct quotes by an award-winning author on the English faculty of Fairleigh Dickinson University. Having It Both Ways also contains intimate interviews exploring women's motivation, pain, pleasure, rewards, and guilt.
Author Bio: Elaine Denholtz is an award-winning O'Neill playwright with plays produced across the country. Named to the New Jersey Literary Hall of Fame and Phi Beta Kappa, she teaches at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Her groundbreaking books catapulted her onto the TV talk show circuit and she is the author of screenplays and documentary films. Her new book Balancing Work and Love will be published in the fall.
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