The Sweet Potato Queens' Wedding Planner & Divorce Guide
- Narrated by: Jill Conner Browne
- Length: 3 hrs and 10 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 12-21-05
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House Audio
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You are cordially invited to attend...
The Sweet Potato Queens are bona fide experts at planning a marvelous marriage (and ending one, look below if you're looking for advice on dumping a deadweight hubby!), so who better to provide this handy wedding planner? And even if you're not planning your own nuptials, surely you have dreamt about your perfect day, regardless of whether you've met Mr. Right yet! In this essential manual, you'll learn:
How to plan a truly regal wedding
What to wear (and what not to wear) to your own wedding, or to anyone else's
How to organize the sassiest games and sauciest entertainment for the occasion
How to plan and prepare the greasiest, tastiest wedding vittles for your big-ass guests
The Sweet Potato Queens' Divorce Guide
You are hereby summoned to appear...
The Sweet Potato Queens know a thing or two about ending a marriage (and beginning one, look above if you're planning on attaching yourself to the ol' ball and chain!), so who better to provide this crucial divorce guide? Besides, whether you're getting your own personal divorce or not, chances are you'll be calling Mr. Right Mr. I-Don't-Think-So sometime in the future! In this practical handbook, you'll learn:
How to survive even the nastiest divorce while maintaining your queenly composure
Why it's appropriate, and necessary!, to throw divorce showers and send out divorce announcements
Why love is even better the second, third, or fourth time around
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Claudia H on 07-02-15
Not the Queen's best work
I typically love the Sweet Potato Queen, and I've enjoyed all of her books so far; except this one. The first section of the book, the wedding planner, is entertaining, and has her standard recipe for a book; mostly funny, with a sob story tossed in. The Divorce Guide is where she lost me; I didn't find it nearly as good or funny. She saved it only with her narration.
If you haven't read any of her books before, don't start here, her other works are much better.
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