How To Be Married Paperback – 4 Mar 2010
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'This disarmingly delightful book will ring bells with many who have learnt that happy-ever-aftering needs more than the wave of a magic wand' (Woman's Day, Australia)
'Williams writes with deadly, witty accuracy about modern life' (Sophie Kinsella)
'Fun from the start ****' (Heat)
'A sharp and witty insight into one of the biggest modern marriage dilemmas' (Glamour)
'Don't miss it' (Cosmopolitan)
'Fizzes with life and... brilliantly witty one-liners' (Daily Telegraph)
Ever thought you are the world's worst wife? Depends who you are up against. Wry, funny and warm storytelling from the bestselling Polly WilliamsSee all Product Description
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The various relationships that Sadie has throughout the book kept me hooked, and I loved how different they all were. I thnk a lot of women will be able to relate to the relationship of Sadie and her mother-in-law, and I loved how cringingly awkward it was written between the pair. Why can mothers-in-law never see their sons are ever wrong?! Sadie's hubby Tom was quite unlikeable for the most part of the book, yet you can sort of understand where he's coming from in a way. I liked the balance of this particular storyline, and I feel Williams' captured the essence of their marriage perfectly.
Relationships are probably the most written about thing in chick lit, but this book is fresh and totally had me absorbed right from the beginning. I loved the setting, I loved the characters but I also really enjoyed learning about floristry and flowers along the way too. Williams has clearly done her research into this profession because she writes about it with ease, and even someone who knows nothing about gardening and flowers (like me!) can enjoy it and imagine what is being written.Read more ›
Definitely one for those readers for whom characters are just as important as plot as it is quirky and eccentric characters such as Sadie, Enid, and Perfect Pam who carry the story.
A feel good book with just a tinge of sadness. Whilst How To Be Married isn't exactly laugh-out-loud fodder the scrapes Sadie got herself into certainly provided some welcome chuckles.
Warm, engaging and just that little bit improbable but then so are some of the fixes I've gotten myself into, with its floristry side-story this is just that little bit different from your usual chick-lit.
Copyright: Tracy Terry @ Pen and Paper.
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Brilliant quick read. Couldn't put it down. Will consider her other books after this.Published 19 months ago by Melody Compton
Having read other books by Polly Williams, I was excited for this book however it was a disappointment. Read morePublished 23 months ago by megansmummy2010
Love her books can get straight into story, sad when you finish them. Worth reading her books highly recommended thanks polly.Published on 26 Jan. 2013 by MRS L.