Dec 6, 2013

The Bride Stripped Bare

 
The Bride Stripped Bare     
by Nikki Gemmell  

Book: Bride Trilogy #1
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Pub Date: Aug 28 2012
Genre: Young Adult
Format: Paperback
Source: Publisher 
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 woman disappears, leaving behind an incendiary diary chronicling a journey of sexual awakening. To all who knew her, she was the good wife: happy, devoted, content. But the diary reveals a secret self, one who's discovered that her new marriage contains mysteries of its own. She has discovered a forgotten Elizabethan manuscript that dares to speak of what women truly desire, and inspired by its revelations, she tastes for the first time the intoxicating power of knowing what she wants and how to get it. The question is: How long can she sustain a perilous double life?


My Review: So I got a request for this book and was surprised. It turned out a lot better than I thought. Despite the ratings, this book has got a lot going on, and can easily be liked. It did have some irritating parts, but that didn't make me stop reading the book.

So this book is second person. This book tells how every person has a secret. Well mostly women, but a guy has to have their own. So we have a recently married woman, who hear a convo about her and can't decide if she is angry or going to let them have it. She soon discovers a book by another woman of that time.

So know what to do? Well how about we go look for a younger guy who will fulfill our desires just the way we want it. A student, a cute professional, or just pick at random. Either way we have a lot to choose from, and eventually pick one we think will be perfect and start to do what we have always wanted.

This book took me no time to finish, not that it was a fast read, but the pace was just right and made you read it quicker than you think. It took only the first few chapters to get me hooked, but once you are, you will really get into the book and enjoy it all. 

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