|Exactly what it advertises.|
The book began with an introduction on why women have affairs along with a brief history of adultery. Seemingly written by a woman for women, it gave fascinating insight into how affairs come about. It presented both positive and negative arguments to extramarital affairs but seemed to lean a bit more on the former. With an interview with Dr. Thomas, a psychologist and marriage counsellor, the book took on the stance that affairs are natural and while they might hurt a marriage, they don’t necessarily mean the end of one.
|The face of a woman educated in affairs.|
|Most disturbing How-To guide I've read.|
|Everyone loves quizzes.|
|Perhaps I should have selected more categories.|
Book rating: 8.5/10 (Despite me not agreeing with the subject matter, it was well written and insightful)
Random quote: “I’ve never been mixed up with a married man. It’s bad enough if one of you is married. If both of you are married it’s really a problem.” (Advice to cheat by?)