Modern Women (20th Century, #4)

Modern Women (20th Century, #4) The Intimate Lives Of Three Unforgettable Women And The Men In Their Lives The Right Men The Wrong Men The Maybe Men.Jane Gresh She S Rich, Talented, And Famous, But Can Her Delicious Revenge On The Man Who Cheated On Her Really Make Her Happy Lincky Desmond She S Smart, Beautiful, Hard Working She Marries Mr Right But Will She Really Risk Everything For Mr Oh So Wrong Elly McGrath She Is Loyal And Dedicated, A Loving Wife And Devoted Mother, But When Confronted With The Ultimate Betrayal, What Will She Do To Stand Up For Herself And Her Children Owen Casals He Is Handsome, Successful, Magnetic And He Knows It He Is Hungry, Horny And Ambitious But Will The Dark Side Of Success Be His Undoing I read 3 4 of this one I debated whether to assign one star or two there were interesting parts, but the reading just became too tedious to continue. What I liked the best of this book was the honesty in the writing The steady eyed, sometimes stark look at male female relationships that still make the world turn.The setting is fabulous all on its own Incorporating the raging atmosphere of the 60s and 70s, the decades take on a role of their own, sometimes becoming as important to the characters lives as the plot The feminist movements, the changes in attitude that the reader sees towards women as the story progresses is astounding, and fo What I liked the best of this book was the honesty in the writing The steady eyed, sometimes stark look at male female relationships that still make the world turn.The setting is fabulous all on its own Incorporating the raging atmosphere of the 60s and 70s, the decades take on a role of their own, sometimes becoming as important to the characters lives as the plot The feminist movements, the changes in attitude that the reader sees towards women as the story progresses is astounding, and for me, who did not live through those years, a revelation I m in love with the characters that fill this book I finished reading it earlier this afternoon,
Check out the full review at our sitehttp www.yourneedtoread.blogspot.coI started this book not knowing what I was getting into Honestly, I thought it was a Sex in the City from the 60 s to 80 s What surprised me most This was a smart story that has it all Each woman represents a type from that era There is the girl who goes to college to find a husband, the loud liberal feminist, the girl who wants to be the boss in a man s world, only to go about it in a negative manner.Then there Check out the full review at our sitehttp www.yourneedtoread.blogspot.coI started this book not knowing what I was getting into Honestly, I thought it was a Sex in the City from the 60 s to 80 s What surprised me most This was a smart story that has it all Each woman represents a type from that era
Another book I read on Kindle in shorter stretches This book was all over the place The subject matter certainly is interesting, particularly to those of us who were about the same age as the protagonists in the 1960 s and 70 s The writing, however, is generally dreadful and shallow I wasn t expecting great literature, but I did expect better writing, or maybe just better editing Defects included saying the same thing over and over, or saying one thing and then later saying the complete op Another book I read on Kindle in shorter stretches This book was all over the place The subject matter certainly is interesting, particularly to those of us who were about the same age as the protagonists in the 1960 s and 70 s The writing, however, is generally dreadful and shallow I wasn t expect
This is an amazing old school book It was originally published in 1989 reminds me of the book I read in my teens and 20 s Featuring 3 women all born in the early 40 s and how various culturally significant events shaped their lives These are girls who went to school thinking the ultimate goal was a M.R.S rather than a BS or PhD In an era when good girls just didn t really When despite graduating from a prestigious university the only question you were asked at an interview was Can you typ This is an amazing old school book It was originally published in 1989 reminds me of the book I read in my teens and 20 s Featuring 3 women all born in the early 40 s and how various culturally significant events shaped their lives These are girls who went to school thinking the ultimate goal was a M.R.S rather than a BS or PhD In an era when good girls just didn t really When despite graduating from a prestigious univ
Any book that compares male genitalia to a Louisville Slugger and makes me literally laugh out loud is guaranteed at least three stars This is the definition of a trashy, chick lit, great beach read type of book I love stories that span decades I get so engrossed when I know what is going to happen to the characters throughout their lives and this book definitely fit the bill.I ve read two of Ruth Harris books already and I can see a common theme of pop culture references used, almost exces Any book that compares male genitalia to a Louisville Slugger and makes me literally laugh out loud is guaranteed at least three stars This is the definition of a trashy, chick lit, great beach read type of book I love stories that span decades I get so engrossed when I know what is going to happen to the characters throughout their liv
When I started reading this book, I had no idea that it had originally been written in 1989 My only wish because I did love it and read it every second that I could was that I d discovered it back in its publication year My 1989 self would have loved it evenKudos, Ruth Harris. The book kept me interested I found I could relate to the characters. Read 12 94 I just love books about strong womenand this is one from 1963 till 1987thru history and liberationgreat read