Holy Matrimony!: Better Halves and Bitter Halves: Actors, Athletes, Comedians, Directors, Divas, Philosophers, Poets
DIVIn Hollywood, marriage is like an oil change. Most celebrities are due for another one every three months. The E! channel actually breaks into their regular programming to tell us Benjamin Bratt just got married or Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton are getting divorced. We are a nation obsessed with celebrity relationships, break-ups, make-ups, and shake-ups. From better halves to bitter halves, Holy Matrimony! is the first book of its kind. A collection of more than 1,000 quotes by showbiz personalities, including some of today's celebrities, it is categorized by theme: dating, compatibility, romance, marriage, husbands and wives, divorce, remarriage, and, yes, even some enduring marriages (although "quantity is not always quality," as author Boze Hadleigh points out). Entertaining and enlightening, Holy Matrimony! will raise eyebrows-and maybe hopes-and definitely tickle the funny bone. Because marriage is much too important to take very seriously!/div
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