Classic Crave: 52 Fights: a newlywed’s confession by Jennifer Jeanne Patterson

December 10, 2008 at 8:28 am Leave a comment

Newlywed’s Jennifer and Matt really love each other, but who knew that in his family Saturday’s were for tackling chores, while in her family Saturdays were for sleeping late? Week by week Jennifer chronicles the disagreements and negotiations that occur during this first year. She also explores how a single gal, who rejects the housewife stereotype, reconciles her feelings, attitudes and behavior about being a wife.

I really enjoyed this book because I could relate to it. I liked the short “vignette” style chapters, and how each one included good advice for conducting yourself in a marriage. (or really in any relationship where you’re living together.)

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