Giving the Bride Away
Is Sherri one of the most diabolical female leads in recent romantic fiction? Or is she a trailblazer who is determined not to compromise her own happiness to meet societal expectations? Is Paul, her adoring husband, the epitome of the strong and sensitive male, or is he one of the most pathetically tormented men ever to be destroyed by the meatgrinder that is modern marriage? And what role is played by Daniel, the attractive philosopher/artist next door, who, though as passive as Sherri is aggressive, still seems to control the entire drama? Is Giving the Bride Away a how-to novel on the art of creating a transformational polyamorous relationship? Or does it eroticize the power of marriage to brutalize all who question its taboos? Large Print edition.
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I like thoughtful, intelligent novels that push the boundaries and challenge me, and this is such a book. If you like societies moral judgements and want to live the way your neighbors think you ... Read full review