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Crazy for Milk - Bound by duty, obsessed with breastfeeding, confessions of a new mother (Bedroom Secrets Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Kathryn Michaels
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Less than half the new mothers continue breastfeeding their infants after six months.

"Mom never warned me that my life would change this dramatically when I had kids. Some things, I could deal with. The others hit me unexpectedly, like a tsunami. Emma was my tsunami ..."

She wants to do whats best for everyone. 

Feeling alone and misunderstood, Megan struggles to find the perfect balance between motherhood, marriage and her career in the early months of being a new parent.  Add her husband's constant demands for things to go back to the way they were before their newborn entered their lives plus her extended family's expectations of her as a new mother, it is a recipe for disaster.

Change never comes easy.

Crazy for Milk takes a raw, emotional look into the challenges a new mother faces while trying to be the perfect mother, hold down a full-time job and keep her marriage alive.  Follow her journey as she finds her balance between being a mother, a wife and her own needs.

Editorial Reviews

From the Author

"Crazy for Milk" was written to help expectant moms better prepare for the mental and physical impact to their marriage from a newborn baby - it discusses the emotional and physical aspects of childbirth often not covered in any pregnancy books. It is the story, the author wishes she could tell her daughters when they are expecting their first baby, but she fears that, as a mother, she may never find the right time to say it to them.

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Sneak a peek into "Crazy for Milk":
"Nursing Emma on the rocking chair, my frustration grew as I realized that he was punishing me for rejecting him, for not submitting to his demands and for insisting on doing things my way. I hated it when he tried to dictate how I should live my life and yet, it was this same strength in him -- the ability to make decisions, to lead -- that drew me to him in the first place. I wanted him to respect my right to make decisions for this family too but somehow or another, I had ended up pushing him further away."

Product Details

  • File Size: 490 KB
  • Print Length: 82 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Islandreamz Innovation Inc (December 16, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,034 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tami's thoughts August 4, 2013
By Tammy
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This was a good book but not what I had in mind. It would help young parents by the way she shared her thoughts and feelings but for us older folks who have already been there done that it brought back some of the things we went through.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad June 9, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
A good read. I really liked how she described her feelings about her milk the first and second time around.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Don't let the title fool you March 16, 2013
By SuzyQ
Format:Kindle Edition
This book isn't just about sex or a breast milk fetish - it's actually a very well-written piece about the struggles a new Mom faces trying to be everything to everybody and how that can start to negatively affect you marriage. If you gave this novella a different title it could go in the fiction section almost. I believe this is the author's first book, and I am really impressed! I admit I got this because it was free & I expected it to be trashy, probably poorly written, and all about sex. It's not. It's well-written, and as much about feelings & family relationships as it is about sex. I'm glad I read it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars a train wreck May 15, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
This book was a train wreck of epic proportions. Please don't read this review if you don't want spoilers.
Ok you were warned, Caleb and Megan have been married for five years and have just had a baby. They haven't had sex since she found out she was pregnant(oooooook she has nothing wrong with her), now 2 or 3 day after the birth of their daughter Caleb wants sex(again um oooooook, no) when Megan says no(yeah I would too) he gets mad. Caleb has discovered he likes Megan's breast milk one day when nursing has gone bad Megan finds this wrong and thinks she won't have any for their baby. A week after the birth Megan feels bad and tries to have sex with Caleb, he starts to and she gets afraid that it will hurt(yeah I wonder why she just had a baby 7 days ago and has stitches) Caleb gets really really mad(can we say idiot, jerk, moron).

Now Caleb and Megan's marriage has fallen apart they don't barley talk she is the only one who takes care of the baby, aaaaaand Caleb tells everyone he does all these great things for her and the baby. Megan complains ALOT. One day after a work Party Caleb come home drunk and proceeds to tell her she is "a horrible lay" but she at least will take care of his drunk but, theeeeeeeeeen he tells her all about his hot assistant who looked so good and he wanted to have sex with her and she shoved her tongue down his throat and so on and so on and so on. OK lets take a break I would kill him and kick his but out but nooooooo. Megan texts her gay friend and he tells her to forget it he may have just been talking and she will never know. SO SHE DOES but she can't forget(duh) and they grow further apart till her friend, yes the gay best friend texts her one night ant they have text sex(ummmm what) now she can't hold what Caleb did(or didn't ?) over his head.
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More About the Author

Kathryn Michaels spent most of her life crunching numbers, but since she threw caution to the wind and surrendered to her one true passion, she wrote off all the numbers for the pleasure of writing. She writes to challenge the conventions under which we live by, writing about the bedroom secrets no one will ever admit to having (or doing) while taking her readers on a journey of self-discovery with her characters.

Her first reality-inspired novel, "Crazy for Milk", discusses the emotional and physical journey of a new mother as she was confronted with her husband's demands for sex while she was breastfeeding. Written in a story-based format, it addresses the things, many women have confided, they wished their own mothers had told them, to make their first year of motherhood easier - but sadly, few ever had that conversation.

In "Sweet on Me", her latest book, Kathryn Michaels takes the reader through the physical, mental and emotional journey of a single mom who left her abusive spouse and found herself struggling to make ends meet. Unable to land a job and fighting for child support, she unwittingly finds herself in a no-strings-attached arrangement with a significantly more matured man as a means of providing for her family. The question the book poses is, "How does a single mother struggling with similar situations in a tough economy live with the consequences of this arrangement?"

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