School for Husbands

School for Husbands

by Wendy Holden


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ISBN-13: 9780452285880
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/30/2007
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.49(w) x 8.02(h) x 0.87(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Wendy Holden is the internationally bestselling author of The Wives of Bath, Azur Like It, Simply Divine, Bad Heir Day, Farm Fatale, and Gossip Hound.

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School For Husbands 2.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Sophie and Mark are the perfect couple obviously in love with one another though he recognizes that his mother-in-law blames him for her not having a big hat moment at her daughter¿s wedding as they had no reception. With the birth of her first grandson Albert, Shirley tosses the big wedding reception that she did not have for her offspring even if it is to celebrate a christening. Shirley also demands that rich and successful Simon, Sophie¿s former boyfriend, be invited as Albert¿s godfather as the kid will need good male role models. Implications aside, Mark barely survives the gala. Simon agreed not because he loved Sophie, but because he loves money and its associated acclaim. He needs an in into top society, which the obnoxious Shirley who loathed him when he had a summer fling with her daughter, could provide if he was Sophie¿s spouse. The only obstacle is Mark. Meanwhile Mark gets a promotion that keeps him away from his wife and child. Sophie already feels abandoned so he hurts her even more so with accusations involving other men like his business partner and Simon. Outraged, she leaves him taking Albert with her. Knowing he made a monstrous error, a desperate Mark enrolls in the SCHOOL FOR HUSBANDS to learn how to treat his wife with love, dignity and respect before he loses her to Simon whose campaign is abetted by Shirley. --- This is a fascinating family drama starring a desperate husband whose wife has given up on him and her mother pushes a wealthy former boyfriend to the front of the line. The extended cast makes for a fine tale as each one of them except for Simon learn what really matters in life is your loved ones so Wendy Holden makes it quite lucid to honestly communicate with one another. --- Harriet Klausner
tahoegirl on LibraryThing 5 months ago
Overall the book was okay. The premise was hardly believable but there were some funny and enjoyable parts
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wendy Holden writes very frothy, amusing books that are perfect for reading on airplanes or when you just want to have some fun. However, $16.99 is just too much for an e-book. I would like to read this book, but I'm going to wait until I can get a remainder or used copy or the e-book price comes down. The one-star rating is for the e-book price.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I had to force myself to finish this book. The concept of a 'School for Husbands' seems interesting enough, but that seemed to be the only redeeming part of the story. Sophie and Mark have a marriage plagued by tiny nuances such as cleaning, sharing responsibility with their child and keeping promises. After some misunderstandings with Mark, they separate and Sophie's mom, Shirley and Simon, scheme to keep them apart. At this time, Mark goes through the 'School for Husbands' and starts to change. The characters were not likable and the ending of the book just rushed to an end. If anything, this book gives a good look at how the little things ruin a marriage, but that was it. All the characters just pushed each other around and this book thoroughly annoyed me. I would not recommend it, but this is just my opinion.