The Last Year Of Being Married (Mira)

The Last Year Of Being Married Mira Breaking up is hard to do A tipsy confession of infidelity during their engagement hasn t been the best start to Sarah s marriage Blurting it out on their honeymoon wasn t exactly the best timing eit

  • Title: The Last Year Of Being Married (Mira)
  • Author: Sarah Tucker
  • ISBN: 9780778300717
  • Page: 175
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  • Breaking up is hard to do A tipsy confession of infidelity during their engagement hasn t been the best start to Sarah s marriage Blurting it out on their honeymoon wasn t exactly the best timing, either Still, how could he complain It had taken Paul O Brian five years to propose, and even then he d made only occasional guest appearances in Sarah s bed Briefly arousedBreaking up is hard to do A tipsy confession of infidelity during their engagement hasn t been the best start to Sarah s marriage Blurting it out on their honeymoon wasn t exactly the best timing, either Still, how could he complain It had taken Paul O Brian five years to propose, and even then he d made only occasional guest appearances in Sarah s bed Briefly aroused by a luxury holiday, he d since managed to father their adorable son, now three years old otherwise the ring on Sarah s finger signified little than a shrewd purchase But now Paul had decided it was time to cut their losses With a divorce What had happened to them Weren t they once the perfect couple Surely her savvy city guy husband hadn t fallen prey to that humiliating clich , the seven year itch Thrown into a state of denial, then self doubt, followed by determination not to go under without a fight, Sarah is catapulted into an unforgettable last year of being married Outrageously sexy, bitingly witty, uncompromisingly truthful.Sarah pulls no punches as she explodes the myth of happily ever after once and for all.

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      Author Biography British author Sarah Tucker is an award winning travel journalist and broadcaster She divides her time between England and France, and only has room for one man in her life her four year old son, Thomas.

    347 thoughts on “The Last Year Of Being Married (Mira)”

    1. 2.5★sThe Last Year of Being Married is the second of the Sarah Giles novels by British travel journalist, broadcaster and author, Sarah Tucker. Sarah Giles has been married to Paul O’Brian for seven years and they have an adorable young son, three-year-old Ben. But after seven years of virtually sexless marriage, a wedding night confession of infidelity and an affair, it seems Paul wants out and suggests Sarah and Ben move out of the house.Once again written as diary entries of mostly (very [...]


    2. i'm abit undecided on this one.I did like it and having been divorced I think that she got some of the trauma connected with it spot on BUT didn't think it was true to life with all the other perfect relationships landing in her lap-life just aint that easy!!!!The other bit that bugged me was every time they had a conversation,they wrote for example Sarah then Felicity but when you're reading a book,you kind of know who is saying which part of the conversation anyway,you don't need to write the [...]


    3. Well, this one, while a quick read, was not a good read for me. So much of it was so implausible! I didn't like any of the characters much at all. Even little Ben was not believable (a 3 year old who speaks like that? Give me a break!)


    4. Absolutely terrible book! Nothing that wrong with the plot - normal chick lit fare - but the style of writing was excrutiatingly bad! Really amateur - the conversations were stilted and read more like a script for a play than prose. Awful awful awful book - I couldn't get rid of it fast enough!



    5. For those that know me, they know my struggle with books I am not enjoying. The struggle being that I always look to finish what I start. If I end up putting a book down and not finishing it, then that speaks volumes to how much I cannot stand the book.This book was put down after page 20. I skimmed the rest and jumped to the end and felt that I was missing out on nothing.So at the end of book 1, Sarah decides to be alone. Yet then we find out that she ended up marrying Paul and cheated on him a [...]


    6. Funny, I recall really quite enjoying the first of these books. Topic just wasn't interesting to me and the style of writing irritated me (for example instead of Sarah said "---". Sarah - As if it were a play. Can't remember if the first book used that style or not). It isn't awful, if I only had one or two books to read, would have pressed on, but as it happens, have a drawer full, some of which I've had for years (this one included) and it's time to cull those I have gone luke warm on reading, [...]


    7. Although this book brings with it the unfortunate knowledge that the character from the first book The Last Year Of Being Single eventually married her awful boyfriend, this book is a wonderful story of sticking up for oneself and getting what you deserve. The only thing that I wish would have been explained more is how in the 7 years between novels, the character came to choose to marry the boyfriend.


    8. I think the title alone would only tempt certain types of reader to pick up this book. The one's who've 'been there, done that and worn the tee shirt', perhaps! It's just what I didd didn't discover anything new on the scale of emotional stability during a traumatic period like this! Okayyou've split up, divorced and moved on. Join the club!


    9. Every time I read a book like this I think I'll get what Chick Lit is about and why it's so popular but I dont think this is the book. While occasionaly painfully truthful a lot of this is just hard work to read. I'm sure there will be a lot of fans of this book who will rave about the positives but I am not one.


    10. Loved it,straight to the point using a form of dialogue and narrative. alongside its interesting writing choice, the plot was equally pleasing, about a woman who is on the road to self discovery alongside her son before and after her nasty divorce.


    11. Meh Didn't care for the characters, didn't care for the storyline It's the follow up to "The Last Year of Being Single". Sarah, now divorced, has sex with practically every man she meets, but says she makes her young so her priority. Eh


    12. OK. How could Sarah possibly think she could have a good marriage when she'd sabotaged it on her honeymoon & they never had sex. I enjoyed the 2nd half where she was getting her life together more than the first bit.




    13. Typical woman-grows-stronger-through-divorce-and-rediscovers-herself book, but it was pretty engaging. It was an enjoyable, easy read.



    14. This was the sequel to Last Year of Being Single, but it was not as good as the first one. Left some questions for me.


    15. This was a fun chick lit book. Ironically, when I started to read this, it was the last year of my 30 year marriage.




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