Patriarch Miss Kay, Korie, Missy, Jessica, and Lisa Robertson speak out about their roles in the crazy Robertson family and the core values that make this family work.
Fans of Duck Dynasty already know that the women behind the men with the beards know their own minds and know how and when to speak out to their men. But this insightful audiobook will give listeners a look into what goes on behind the scenes and the real character and spunk of the women who love these bearded men. Listeners will find that the Duck Commander women have real depth and character and, in addition to being the perfect companions for the Duckmen, are strong women of substance in their own rights.
In each section of this audiobook, our leading ladies share their hearts and their thoughts on the spiritual foundation that guides their lives as well as some of the difficulties and challenges they have faced in a chapter titled "Happily Ever After Sometimes Takes a While". They share about how each one became a Robertson and challenge myths about their motives for marriage into this family. The wives of these beloved men share precious stories about their love for Phil and Kay with chapters titled "Oh, Kay!" and "Getting Our Phil" as well as the core values that govern their lives. You'll learn about all their children, their own parents and grandparents, and what made them the women they are today.
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- Ryan Sankey
Hard working ladies!
It is a culmination of all the duck wives struggles and triumphs making them very relatable. I kind of feel like they are my friends now. They struggle like everyone else except we get to see their blunders and they don't see ours.
One of the most memorable moments was the part Miss Kay says she was so sad and depressed she locked herself in the bathroom, hopeless. However she heard her children's voices telling her not to cry and see that God gave her strength to put up with Phil and wait for the storms to pass.
Wives hang by their toes from duck blinds??
- Lisa "bootsie"