Wifey

Wifey

Book - 2005
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This classic is as relevant today as ever. Its heroine, Sandy Pressman--a very nice wife whose boredom is getting the best of her--became the touchstone for a whole generation, and the story of how she trades in her conventional wifely duties for her wildest secret fantasies is unforgettable.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2005
ISBN: 0425206548
9780425206546
Branch Call Number: FIC BLUME
Characteristics: xii, 288 p. ; 21 cm

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krispykreme335 Aug 28, 2013

I remember reading this book when I was 14. It was my secret and I loved every moment of it. Definitely a great part of my teen years.

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Dianaready
Sep 26, 2011

My first Judy Blume for adults. Loved it, could not out it down. Good read.

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Calgovin
Jul 25, 2008

I am sure this was a controversial book for it's time. It was interesting reading it in this day and age. This book was written for adult women - not one for teens.

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Calgovin
Jul 25, 2008

Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.

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Calgovin
Jul 25, 2008

Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.

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Angelheart77
Jul 08, 2015

Sandy Pressman is a suburban housewife. Her husband Norman Pressman is the bread winner of the family. Sandy is looking for something more and Norman is comfortable in the marriage to Sandy. He also is trying to get Sandy to join a country club so she can make more friends. Sandy is happy with the friend she has, but Norman is pushing at her to become the wife he thinks she needs to be. Norman is not very comforting has far as Sandy's needs and wants. He married her because that is what was expected they really don't know each other. So she goes else where looking for love when it blows up in her face almost costing her loosing her kids and most of all her marriage they both learn a lesson.

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