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Getting Rid Of Matthew by Jane Fallon
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Apr 13, 12


This book is not going to be for those who don't want to read about cheating husbands, so if that's an oh-no-no for you, push skip on this one.

If you're okay with it, trust me, this book IS so worth your time.

Helen has been Matthew's lover for years, and despite the fact that he sometimes tells her that he's leaving his wife, Sophie, and their two daughters, it sure looks like he isn't.

Until he does, and Helen should be happy.

The problem is, she isn't. Turns out that full-time life with Matthew isn't anything like what Helen expected, throw in the fact that she meets Sophie and actually likes her, and a whole other bunch of things and you get Helen's plan: Getting Rid of Matthew

No, it's not your ordinary book. It's about liars and cheats and people who do bad things and sometimes try to do good things and how crazy and mixed up life is. It's awesome.

As a bonus, it's also hilarious and, as of right now (April 2012) you can get a bargain pb copy of this for under $6. Now is that incentive to give this a go or what?
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