67th out of 141 books — 274 voters
Survivors of an Open Marriage
Jennifer Gates writes of her personal experiences in an open marriage candidly describing the relationships between herself and her different partners. She reveals her insight into feelings and reactions about her husband's connections to his partners. Jennifer shares the desires and erotic appeal of her open marriage, as well as its spiraling decline, in the hope of shedd...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Kiwe Publishing
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I expected a look at a juicy subject. What I found in this book was a disastrous example of two people who would have done each other great harm no matter what the definition of their relationship. At the end, without seriously examining much, they devote themselves to god. Whoa. The author thinks she had an open marriage. As far as I can see, she had a deceitful, abusive, awkward marriage full of problems that seemed pretty darn obvious. Oh, and the medium in which she and her husband lived out...more