Kate marries Petruchio in a state of submission, only to turn the tables on her husband and family with devilish brilliance. A sexy update to “The Taming of the Shrew” that is designed for 21st century audiences.
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About the Author
Born in London and educated at Oxford, James Carter spends his life pursuing challenges. By the age of 25 he had driven from Cape Town to Cairo in a dune buggy, and sailed across the Pacific in a yacht crewed by himself and his best friend.
James currently lives in India where he teaches English and courts controversy by staging school plays that call for the empowerment of women and children. He is an active critic of India’s caste system and works with numerous shelters in Delhi that support victims of domestic violence.
He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book offers insight about love, marriage and friendship. I like the flow of the story I can vividly imagine all scenarios it's as if I'm watching a live performance. I also like Maria for the way she stood up for herself. I love and admire Kate she's intellectual, knows how to shake things up and I agree with her three golden rules in which we could all learn from and apply as well(sorry no spoilers)I truly enjoyed this one and for sure you will too so grab a copy it's better to see/read it for yourself. All the characters are relatable, you can definitely feel their emotions, their catchy songs will get you singing, witty and very entertaining.