The other woman book review

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The other woman book

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The other woman book

And today we are going to talk about The Other Woman by Sandy Jones.

Thank you very much for joining today.

I am Beth and this is a comment cookbook channel.

Today we are going to talk about Sandy Jones’s book The Other Woman.

There has been much discussion in this book recently.

In fact, it’s a November pick for Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club (also known as “Hello Sunshine”), so many people put a lot of eyeballs on it.

So that’s all this hype … so naturally I’m going to talk about the next few minutes about why this disappointed me so much, because oh why would I go when the opposite might happen.

So I am going to start by talking about some good things about this book because there are many good things about it.

The main thing is that it is insanely readable.

Now I say “readable”, but I use that term loosely because technically I listened to the audiobook version of this book.

But in the whole books vs.

e-books vs.

audiobook debate, I say you take them but you can get them.

all is well.

So I listened to the audiobook version of it and it was very well done.

And it was hard for me to hit a stop.

I wanted to keep going.

I wanted to know what happened next.

However, it was also very stressful.

This is such a stressful story! Here is the main premise: There are two young lovers in love named Adam and Emily.

In Adam, Emily has found the love of her life … she thinks.

He is her complement.

She is suicidal, debonair, quite wealthy, good-looking, and has a great time sexy.

But there are some red flags for that as well.

He goes outside and is getting very drunk.

He is not always the most considerate towards her.

Usually, he is, but every now and then he will slip through something like, “Oh, no.

” And then, the biggest red flag of all comes along, and that is Pammi, Adam’s mother.

Pummy, Adams Mom, is really all the bad things you can think of as a mother-in-law.

He is an intruder.

He has no idea.

She makes very few comments about Emily and her weight and her looks and needs to treat Adam, and all of these micrograms, and really the aggression that isn’t so subtle – they are actually more macro aggression.

Huh.

These huge aggressors lead Emily to find that Adam seems completely blind and deaf.

He just doesn’t see it.

And anytime Emily carelessly tries to top it, she is like, “No, no, no.

” The biggest disappointment of all though here, and she is Emily herself, is because she hardly brings it to begin with.

She learns that Pammi does all these evil deeds, such as inviting her enemy into a bachelor party, or knowing how big Emily is before Emily tells her that Emily is not part of the family.

You know, all these little things that add up.

Emily doesn’t really say anything to Adam, who by all rights is actually watching it and looking for her in the first place and doesn’t.

But Emily never really says anything to him.

She never really lives for her family.

It is only so strange that she keeps all of that to herself, as it seems that a lot of things in this book can be solved by a simple matter of good communication.

I mean, I don’t … I don’t understand it.

I do not understand it! Why didn’t they communicate with each other about it ?! I, you know, if it was a character trait of Emily and he was this humble, super gentle-gentle person and it was just his character, I would get it.

No problem.

I can understand better why she would actually avoid that confrontation and doesn’t want to talk about it .

But he is not a humble person.

In fact, it is said many times throughout the book that she speaks for what she thinks is right.

She is not gentle, but for whatever reason, she just pours and pours and pours with this stuff.

And then instead of talking about it with anyone, he turns it into this weird competition for Adam … not even affection, but just a weird competition for Adam to win.

And that’s just weird.

This is weird! It is not so much that this mother-in-law intrudes on this relationship with her and Adam.

This becomes a more sad relationship between Emily and Pammi.

Hello! I am beth This is a reader comment.

And today we are going to talk about The Other Woman by Sandy Jones.

Thank you very much for joining today.

I am Beth and this is a comment cookbook channel.

Today we are going to talk about Sandy Jones’s book The Other Woman.

There has been much discussion in this book recently.

In fact, it’s a November pick for Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club (also known as “Hello Sunshine”), so many people put a lot of eyeballs on it.

So that’s all this hype … so naturally I’m going to talk about the next few minutes about why this disappointed me so much, because oh why would I go when the opposite might happen.

So I am going to start by talking about some good things about this book because there are many good things about it.

The main thing is that it is insanely readable.

Now I say “readable”, but I use that term loosely because technically I listened to the audiobook version of this book.

But in the whole books vs.

e-books vs.

audiobook debate, I say you take them but you can get them.

all is well.

So I listened to the audiobook version of it and it was very well done.

And it was hard for me to hit a stop.

I wanted to keep going.

I wanted to know what happened next.

However, it was also very stressful.

This is such a stressful story! Here is the main premise: There are two young lovers in love named Adam and Emily.

In Adam, Emily has found the love of her life … she thinks.

He is her complement.

She is suicidal, debonair, quite wealthy, good-looking, and has a great time sexy.

But there are some red flags for that as well.

He goes outside and is getting very drunk.

He is not always the most considerate towards her.

Usually, he is, but every now and then he will slip through something like, “Oh, no.

” And then, the biggest red flag of all comes along, and that is Pammi, Adam’s mother.

Pummy, Adams Mom, is really all the bad things you can think of as a mother-in-law.

He is an intruder.

He has no idea.

She makes very few comments about Emily and her weight and her looks and needs to treat Adam, and all of these micrograms, and really the aggression that isn’t so subtle – they are actually more macro aggression.

Huh.

These huge aggressors lead Emily to find that Adam seems completely blind and deaf.

He just doesn’t see it.

And anytime Emily carelessly tries to top it, she is like, “No, no, no.

” The biggest disappointment of all though here, and she is Emily herself, is because she hardly brings it to begin with.

She learns that Pammi does all these evil deeds, such as inviting her enemy into a bachelor party, or knowing how big Emily is before Emily tells her that Emily is not part of the family.

You know, all these little things that add up.

Emily doesn’t really say anything to Adam, who by all rights is actually watching it and looking for her in the first place and doesn’t.

But Emily never really says anything to him.

She never really lives for her family.

It is only so strange that she keeps all of that to herself, as it seems that a lot of things in this book can be solved by a simple matter of good communication.

I mean, I don’t … I don’t understand it.

I do not understand it! Why didn’t they communicate with each other about it ?! I, you know, if it was a character trait of Emily and he was this humble, super gentle-gentle person and it was just his character, I would get it.

No problem.

I can understand better why she would actually avoid that confrontation and doesn’t want to talk about it.

But he is not a humble person.

In fact, it is said many times throughout the book that she speaks for what she thinks is right.

She is not gentle, but for whatever reason, she just pours and pours and pours with this stuff.

And then instead of talking about it with anyone, he turns it into this weird competition for Adam … not even affection, but just a weird competition for Adam to win.

And that’s just weird.

This is weird! It is not so much that this mother-in-law intrudes on this relationship with her and Adam.

This becomes a more sad relationship between Emily and Pammi.

This … It was very frustrating and very stressful for me .

I … I don’t understand why they didn’t communicate just to begin with.

I mean, there is a lot of communication that could have happened and should have saved this whole book.

You know, as it happens on page two, “Hi, I’m Emily! Hi, I’m Pummy! Oh by the blah blah blah blah blah.

” Then, a happy ending.

But not.

Rather, he did not say these simple words that could have been said, and we go through the entire book of procrastination that is very grateful to the nerves.

I think I’m screwed.

Honestly, I’m spoiled, and for me it’s a very purposeful way because I have a really good mother-in-law.

He is kind and sweet and kind and useful to me and nothing else.

And she doesn’t even look at these articles so I’m not sucking.

This is all true.

But perhaps it becomes difficult for me to understand these dreadful relationships, which can happen between mothers-in-law and daughters.

So maybe this is a drawback on my end.

But the book was so disappointing.

It was very stressful for me! I do not yet understand why neither of them said.

I’m just … strange.

This is strange.

But as I said in the beginning, read with madness.

It is so un-put-down-able, or crazily listenable, or still, you consume your books.

Good book personally I found it very stressful, but obviously not many people enjoyed it, or didn’t notice at all that it was happening right now.

So if you want, check it out.

Tell me your thoughts on the book.

Perhaps those character flaws are intentionally understood by the author, Sandy Jones, just to make us overhear them and feel disappointed.

If so, kudos to the author.

Did a great job.

Okay, that’s all for today.

I really want to know your thoughts on this book, so if you like this article, let me know in the comments.

Give me a like, subscribe, all the good book bunny stuff, and I’ll catch you next time.

Thank you very much for watching.

See you later (Shout out to those of you watching the caption.

Thanks for reading and have a nice day!) I mean, I would say a good thing to both of you at that point.

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