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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I can't really answer this without being insulting and I apologize in advance. This book aggravated me. First, it's aimed at women which isn't what bothers me. Someone who would read this book who lives in a dry county, naive, lives a sheltered life, conservative, very silly. The writing is fine and so is the narration, I just couldn't stand the content. Silly, silly book. I couldn't finish the book.
What was most disappointing about Pamela Fagan Hutchins’s story?
Emotional silly heroine who is weak and naive. I can't stand women who act like their reproductive organs are the center of the universe. Would the author stop having the heroine passing out and bleeding from her "girlie parts" please? It doesn't take a genius to reproduce. There is more to the world than babies, and marriage. It's a big world out there.. That and the heroine is just dumb! Since when do women lose 100 IQ points due to their reproductive hormones? How does she get up in the mornings without hurting herself? Same goes for her silly mother. Did I mention silly? She (the author and her heroine) put women back a hundred years. A lot of judgmental, nosy characters. One word -ADOPT.
What does Tracy Hundley bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I wouldn't even crack open the book. I obviously didn't look closely when I ordered the book. My bad. Serves me right for not taking the time to read the synopsis closer.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Annoyance and a waste of time. I didn't finish the book.
Any additional comments?
Do people like this actually exist in real life? I hope not. I do not mean to insult the author or the readers who love this book. I just didn't like the heroine and her boo hooing over her reproductive system. There are always options. Women are stronger and smarter then that.
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