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Wayward Wife (Harlequin Presents)

3.27 of 5 stars 3.27  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Unwanted company

After eight years of marriage, Boyd Russell loved and desired his wife more than ever. And he wanted her by his side as he climbed to the top of the corporate ladder.

But Clare had changed. She loved Boyd and wanted to share his success, but she also wanted more. She had ambitions that had nothing to do with his-ambitions he refused to see or understand. Wou
Published (first published January 1st 1992)
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Jun 13, 2012 EeeJay rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to EeeJay by: LLCSpokane
Lemme begin by saying this: I am currently watching a Pakistani drama serial where there's a youngish couple who's been married for 7 years and has one kid. The wife is an architect and the husband works for a multinational company. Their's is a love marriage but now they're shown to be fighting because the guy never wanted his wife to work (both his mom and his wife's mom were house wives) and he expects his wife to be part of a team-lead/team-worker set up instead of equal-partnership while th ...more
This one was SUPER angsty, too much so for my taste. Or maybe it was more that the ending didn't tie up enough loose ends. Their big, sad, dramatic split was resolved in like 2 pages, and realistically they had not addressed some of the major problems in their marriage. Or maybe we were supposed to assume that (view spoiler) Anyway, this was a good read if you're in the mood for some major marriage ...more
Clare and Boyd have been happily married for several years. However, she has changed and is learning that she wants something a little different than the role she has been assigned in their marriage. She has had to be there for Boyd and his rise through the company for years, and now she finds that she has her own dreams and ambitions and wants Boyd to support her in them. Yet she seems to have to fight for her dreams before she realizes them and she comes to see that he does support her too!

This was actually pretty good, the early chapters was kinda boring but afterwards,it was fast-paced and i was hooked to the story.
The only complaint i have is that i wanted a prologue as i felt that the ending felt rushed and some minor plots were not resolved.
It was however a very good book

i reviewed it way too fast. Now that i think about it, it doesn't deserve my 4.5 star rating.
Damn, i was extremeeeeeely deceived by the "incomplete" and "rushed" ending and i totally hate it!
It could have
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