'The School for Husbands' is an ok read - I'm afraid I cant stretch to much more than that. I really enjoyed WH's first few books, but the last couple haven't really set my World on fire! In this instance, the story doesnt actually start to get going until about halfway through the book and then most of it is crammed into the last quarter with loose threads left hanging all over the place. It's main character, Sophie, comes across completely unsympathetically and I was left wondering why her husband actually wanted to be with such a wet, irritatingly blind, pain in the bum at all, let alone want to enrol in a school to sort out his own behaviour! So - a little thin on character development with a plot that never really goes anywhere fast but an ok, no-fuss, easy read. Here's hoping her next offering is an improvement!