Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Happy Wives Club - Book Review

As a member of BookSneeze, I have the privilege of reading and reviewing books. I am excited to share with you my thoughts on my first book choice from BookSneeze and give you a chance to win your own copy of the book.

by Fawn Weaver.


The idea of a happy marriage is fast fading in today’s society. Everywhere you turn someone you know is getting a divorce or you see the next celebrity couple that just couldn’t make it work. However, Happy Wives Club features interviews with women across six continents about what it takes to have a loving and long lasting marriage.This book is truly encouraging as it shows women and couples who have gone through just about every type of marital challenge yet come out of it stronger and more in love with each other than ever before. Fawn has the ability to speak to you through her book in a way that makes her feel like you are amongst your dearest girl friends. Happy Wives isn't meant to be a self-help book nor does it provide a how to list to fix your marriage yet pushes you to want to be a better, happier wife. Fawn manages to share wisdom in a way that is opens your mind and heart to how amazing your marriage can be if you put other peoples life lessons to work in your marriage.

Thank you to BookSneeze for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book. This book is just too good to not share so I'm giving away my complimentary copy of Happy Wives Club to one of my lovely readers in time for Valentine's Day - just fill out the Rafflecopter form below! Good luck!

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for writing an honest review. I received no other compensation. 


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13 comments:

  1. This sounds like a very good read! I need to be reading more so thanks for the book review!

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  2. You have my address so you can just go ahead and send it this way! Haha.

    The best piece of marriage advice I ever received was to go into your marriage without divorce being an option. When you face any difficulty, you don't bring up the 'dirty D' word EVER, because it's not an option. Too many people just jump right into thinking 'well, if it doesn't work we can always get a divorce!'

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  3. I'm always on the lookout for a new book...thanks!

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  4. My best piece of advice.. always ask yourself before giving up.. have I done all I can do to make this work or will the grass be greener on the other side?

    holler if I win for my address..i am sure I won't.. I never do.

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  5. Sounds like a great book! Marriages is definitely work and not something to take lightly.

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  6. The best piece of advice I have received is to remember that you are best friends and to laugh often.

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  7. If I am happy hes happy. If hes happy I am happy.

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  8. Well, we are coming up on our 9th anniversary next week. One of the best things about our relationship is the we rely on each other to always be truthful and rely on each other.

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  9. I met Fawn last fall and can't wait to read her book!! I'm single but I still think it would be a great read!!!

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  10. I have not heard of this book but it sounds wonderful, thanks for sharing!!!

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  11. My advice for a couple in a relationship is to communication, be honest and listen to each other.

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  12. Listen and talk to each other, my best piece of advice.

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  13. Oh no, too late for the giveaway. It sounds very interesting, will put it on my amazon wishlist. Thanks for sharing.

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