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Couldn't put it down. You can't judge this book by its cover. It is certainly not what you'd think it would be.LOVED IT!Published 11 months ago by DivaPurple
I purchased this and several other books on the subject of being 'the other woman' because a female co-worker of mine is involved with a married man. Read morePublished 17 months ago by james
Not all about cheating husbands but cheating women as well! Makes one feel like nothing is sacred. But certainty some strong women! Read morePublished on June 19, 2014 by Danielle
I have to be honest, I bought it to read about McDermott and Spelling. The book was not very detailed. I wouldn't recommend. U can tell by reading it, it was by non writers.Published on February 4, 2014 by Melinda
Good writing for sure but if you are looking for the drama of middle class soccer moms sleeping with someone else's soccer dad you won't find it here. Read morePublished on January 7, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Her piece is worth the price of admission. It's powerful, beautiful, and raw.
It's right up there with Nora Ephron's description of her D-Day that lead her to write... Read more
Quite tame and no shocking revelations. Would not recommend. The most intriguing item is the title. A disappointing read. "Talk openly" is a misnomer.Published on June 3, 2013 by lynne dolan
21 short pieces shedding light on a difficult, much vilified position from 21 POVs. It's not an easy place for anyone to live, but life is not a simple business. Read morePublished on January 17, 2013 by HCC