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I Am The Secret WAG: The true story of my life as an England footballer's wife [Kindle Edition]

The Secret WAG
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Money, cars, homes, holidays, parties and all the shoes you've ever dreamed of. The life of a footballer's wife or girlfriend must be as glamorous and exciting as her other half, right? But behind the closed doors of the WAG's world, there are all the pressures as well as pleasures of success. So what is it really like?

The Secret WAG lays bare the reality of existence under the celebrity spotlight. It is about fashion and fame, sex and scandal, but, like the bestselling Secret Footballer books, is also an honest appraisal of life on and off the field of play which will change your preconceptions about footballers and their partners. It is sassy, outspoken, funny and above all, written from the heart. Meet The Secret WAG.

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"Funny, honest and intriguing... written anonymously by a real WAG, it lifts the lid on the glamour and luxury of their lives, but also addresses scandals, the pressure of keeping up appearances and the reality of being part of a famous couple." (Closer)

"Mesmerising... a rollicking account of her career as a WAG... Watch out, Victoria Beckham." (Daily Mail)

"Funny, outspoken and sassy... reveals the reality behind the headlines." (Daily Express)

"For those who loved Footballers' Wives, this book is a must-pack. It's a fascinating insight into the world of being in the spotlight. OK, it's not highbrow, but it's definitely entertaining." (Look - holiday reads must-have books)

"A juicy exposé of what it's like being married to a man on a weekly six-figure salary but also rebutting some of the myths that surround Wags... That honesty makes this a great read, and you won't look at Coleen and co in quite the same light again." (Sunday Express)

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The hidden truths behind the lives of footballers' other halves, by the wife of an England international, from the people who brought you The Secret Footballer. But who is The Secret WAG?

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1.0 out of 5 stars A revolting woman 16 Aug. 2014
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an awful book please don't bother. The woman in question is far worse than everyone she chooses to belittle, a hideous creature.I would also suspect that her husband is not half the player she thinks he is.I have never felt the need to post a review before but the woman is just so revolting I had to.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not my usual read, but enjoyed it. 31 Aug. 2014
By Ananda
Now this book is not something I would normally read. Not because it's about football and footballers' wives (wagdom) but lately I realized I'm not that crazy about memoirs, especially not those written by celebrities. I don't know about you, but I always wondered WHY do these famous people decide to write when some of them obviously have more talent in what they do than in writing. Some of them are maybe approaching the end of their careers, so after years and years of doing what they do, they need another source of income, so why not write a book e? The name would sell itself, right?

But in this case, we know zilch about who this woman is, except that she's the wife of a well known English football player. Now, I banged and banged my head, however I still couldn't come up with her name. At the end, I just let go and enjoyed the story despite not knowing the name of the author. I've heard many of these books by VIPs were written by ghostwriters, but I have a strong feeling that's not the case with this book. All it takes for you to realize that is to follow The Secret Wag on twitter and look at her tweets. You'll realize she's the brave woman who wrote this book.

The life of a WAG, seriously it never occurred to me it can be that difficult. I mean, who wouldn't want to marry a football player? Some would go for his looks, some for the money, others for the fame. But you see, there's more to that sometimes. As strange as it may appear to us, 'normals', WAGS have feelings too, they are no different than any human being and they do value love and family. I'm not a judgmental person and I really felt like the secret wag was honest in her book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, light read 25 Jun. 2014
I am the Secret Wag - doesn't it sound exciting? Intriguing? Juicy and gossipy? For me - very, so as soon as this book with a great pink cover arrived on my doorstep I started to read it. I used to be a real gossip sucker as a teenager, and although right now I don't have so much time/will to keep up with all the celebrities (and to be honest, I don't know who the half of them are), I still like to read about them from time to time. So my kinda book.

No surprises about the plot - it IS about a Secret WAG. I personally have no idea who she is, although I am sure those who follow Premiership and are interested in footballers and their WAGs personal lives will be able to recognize her. Well, she, or rather her husband, looks like a big fish among the footballers, they have indeed had their wedding covered by one of the magazines and were on the cover.

Our Secret WAG pose to be very modest, down - to - earth girl, promises that money and luxury and prosperity that she lives in didn't change her and that she's very thankful for this what she has. Says she doesn't want to parade with her wealth but on the other hand, she has so many designer bags that she can't count them and they spent their holidays in places that I have no idea exist or where they are. They can, of course, don't get me wrong, but there is a clash there - she doesn't want to give herself airs but the names of the places that she mentiones and the name - dropping tells something different.
There is one big minus point. I found it very annoying that the Secret WAG wants to make us feel sorry for her that she's a WAG, that's she lives as celebrity and has no privacy.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Dull and uninspiring 20 July 2014
By JMay
Dull. I was expecting interesting gossip, first hand accounts of scandalous behaviour. At the very least, I expected an author with character who would show us that she gets up to more interesting things than just shopping, mothering her husband and going on resort holidays. Nope- that IS what this woman does. She insists she's well educated and could have had what is implied to be a 'proper' profession, but her poor writing style suggests otherwise. She sounds like a chavvy gossip- except none of the gossip is about anything except her husband (and even then, nothing particularly interesting) and her frankly horrendously dull and unempowered life as his secretary/sex toy/live in nanny. Any non-WAG could have written this book- she doesnt offer any insight that would surprise someone with a brain. And she keeps going on about not being a typical WAG, then name drops all over the place and bangs on about her breast implants, botox, watch collection and fancy holidays
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4.0 out of 5 stars A book that has you guessing 19 Jun. 2014
I received this in the post from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I had no idea this book was winging its way to me in the post, but when it arrived I thought it looked interesting but hadn’t heard of it before. I used to really love to read about celebrities and WAG’s, I remembered the previous World Cup and followed the stories of the WAGS religiously. I don’t have as much time now to keep up with celebrities as much, however I do like to read about them if I can. So I was really looking forward to sitting down with this book.

The first thing that comes to mind when I began reading this book was can the WAG really be kept a secret? Surely by revealing details about the football world and other WAGS this would identify her. I had actually been talking to the secret wag on twitter and I asked her while I was reading the book, if we would find out who she was by the end of it? To which she replied that she hoped not as she didn’t want her family and friends to know.

The more I began to read the book I realised that anyone close to her, family or friends that move in the same circles as her, would know who she was, if they read the book. There are references to things that happened directly to her family such as so many break ins to their family home and her dad attending a football game with her.

The book begins when ‘The Secret WAG’ is at university and is a ‘normal’ person. I actually really enjoyed reading this part of the story as you felt you were able to connect with her more. I enjoyed reading about her relationship with said footballer and how she adapted her life to be a footballer’s wife.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing special
Doesn't get much more interesting after the preview. No clear narrative either jumps back and forth time. Think it's a tad fictitious.
Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Very good book
Published 1 month ago by Christine
1.0 out of 5 stars Interesting read
A very interesting inside perspective to what we see in the magazine's and gossip columns....sounds like a dreadfully shallow and empty lifestyle
Published 1 month ago by miss rebecca v hooton
1.0 out of 5 stars I was sooo bored with this book that after couple of chapters I ...
I was sooo bored with this book that after couple of chapters I decided to leave it on a plane(as I took it with me for hols) waste of your money and time
Published 1 month ago by Patrycja Swierczek
5.0 out of 5 stars She loved it.
I bought this for my daughter. She loved it.
Published 3 months ago by Ann Clark
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read
Definitely recommended reading this book great read dying to know who is actually writing it though will read more like this
Published 3 months ago by Teri Beattie
1.0 out of 5 stars Big thumbs down!
Unadulterated, self absorbed drivel!
Published 3 months ago by Boots Connell
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
I bought this book having downloaded a preview chapter that I quite enjoyed but was disappointed in the full book. Read more
Published 4 months ago by JS
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Published 4 months ago by Eleanor Banks
2.0 out of 5 stars Was hoping for something better.
The book came very quickly, cannot fault the speed of delivery.
Not a massive fan of this book, i find it very hard to read, or get into should i say. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Megan, 21
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