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Why We Sleep With Married Men The Interview Raleigh Durham S Top Night Time Talk Show Host, Stan The Man Is No Stranger To The Overabundance Of Female Camaraderie That His Local Celebrity Has Given Him With His Dashing Smile And Perfectly Sculpted Italian Features, Stanley Has Never Had An Issue With Whatever Any Woman Deemed Herself Having Reason Enough To Get Into Bed With Him In An Effort To Capture A Time Capsule Of Pleasure, Lust Or To Simply Get Away From Whatever Was Bothering Her For The Moment Regardless Of Her Marital Status, Stanley Maintains The Mindset Of, If She Asked For It Then She Was Going To Get It While This Concept Works For Him, It Does Not Exactly Fit The Goals That He Has For His Baby Sister, Marissa An Absolute Knock Out Of A Woman, She Could Have Any Man Of Her Choice, Per Her Older Brother Only For The Past Couple Of Relationships She Has Exercised Her Option To Deal With Only Married Men Knowing That Marissa Is Breaking Their Mothers Heart, This Has Stanly S Boxer Briefs In A Bunch It S Not That He Doesn T Understand But He Refuses To Receive That This Is His Sisters Truth Meanwhile There Are Five Other Women Around The Triangle Who Have A Similar Mannerism Of Being With A Married Man For Their Very Own Different Reasons These Reasons Are About To Meet Stanley On His Nightly Radio Show And Will Force Him To Discuss His Deepest Issue With His Little Sister And Her Current Relationship With A Married Man Good Bad Or Indifferent, These Women Are Not About To Part Ways With Their Reason And They Are Not Calling In For Advice, But To Simply Educate Stanley And His Listening Audience It Is One Thing To Get Education From A Complete Stranger, But Imagine The Epiphany Stanley Gets When His Sister Tells Her Story On His Radio Show

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  • 422 pages
  • Why We Sleep With Married Men The Interview
  • Patrick Burton
  • 09 July 2017

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5 thoughts on “Why We Sleep With Married Men The Interview

  1. says:

    Why We Sleep With Married Men The InterviewWhy We Sleep With Married Men The Interview is a unique book in its own way It has no QA type interviews of women rather it provides the accounts of life of multiple women present in the book It is the story of those women whose lives are disturbed by different types of events The book mainly offers how those women deal with their lives The book documents little example of sexual encounters rather it offers light on the issues like infidelity Sex acts are being documented in an eloquent fashion in the book Also a sense of companionship with married men has been depicted nicely in the book Interestingly, the book mainly deals with a dicey subject when you can t control your emotional attachments when body chemical mixes Though the title of the book says about sleeping with married men, but is also tells how those women deals with affections and emotions However, the book has not only shed light into the lives of women, men too have been well portrayed here All the male characters have their own problems one has erectile dysfunction and other has something else For instance, Stanely a character from the novel has ne...

  2. says:

    Patrick Burton s Why We Sleep With Married Men The Interview is, if nothing else, true to its title The plot presents multiple narratives of extramarital affairs amongst men and women, narratives that only cross each other every once a while and never quite intertwine The plot of the novel is not organic and feels rather forced, with the concept of women sleeping with married men constantly being reinforced like a slap on the face All conversations and crossovers of narratives in the novel happen through the Stanley, whom we re introduced to on the very first page, and his radio show, where too, the idea of men and women and the inability of theirs to be just friends and the resultant extramarital affairs seem to be the only points of concern These talk show conversations, which are as repetitive as the talk show itself, become sites of misogynistic dialogues, made worse by the aggressively crude and crass language in which the novel is written, making the novel not just a disappointment, but also regressive and oppressive A venture like this makes the average reader question the ideal audience for such a novel, all the while praying that the views in the novel are less fact fiction The novel has small victories of women freeing themselves of abuse and even actually presenting their perspectives born out of experiences, but these are easil...

  3. says:

    This review was hard It was against my morals and how I see things but still, I had to finish it since, in the world, we have to see every angle before judging So, since I m done reading it, here come my views.The story spins around different stories being told in a syndicated program on radio While a few people I don t have the foggiest idea about any may discover them delicate and charming, I discovered stuff spinning around it Also, for me in any event, not promoting somewhere The book essentially manages a sketchy subject when you can t control your enthusiastic connections when body substance blends In spite of the fact that the title of the book says about laying down with wedded men however it likewise tells how those ladies manage affections and feelings.To be reasonable, The tale has little triump...

  4. says:

    I wouldn t say I loved this book This book was okay Having an extramarital affairs and such is kind of topic which is not put forward in the limelight often The story revolves around various stories being told in a talk show on radio While some were sensitive and engrossing,I found most repetitive Some dialogue...

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