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Still Hot: 06/13/08
I don't feel qualified to review Still Hot. Except that I am a woman who has been married (and still am) I otherwise have nothing in common with the intended audience of this book. I am not a recently divorced Baby Boomer. My mother did go through a divorce back when I was an infant but not for any of the reasons listed in this book.
The book was inspired by authors' own divorces and their own husband's actions. From there they went on to interview around one hundred women and their collective experiences are the basis for this book. Again, having never been through any of this, I can't really comment on what they found or on the humorous way they told it. I personally didn't laugh much through this book.
Still Hot is divided into ten phases from: "Your Marriage is Toast..." through to "Happily Ever After..." with stops through the divorce process to the learning how to live on my own and to finally finding a new man.