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“This is the story how Lorena Bathey started over after her fairy tale marriage failed after eleven years. With the stunning declaration made by her husband that he was leaving, she began the journey where she learned loving, loss, friends and vodka were the road map to finding herself. This is a very open and honest account of how Lorena Bathey struggled to find her inner fairy godmother after being made to start over again. She uses humor and insight into the world of the late-thirty divorcee that will bring chuckles, guffaws, or tears. Lorena’s story is her own but one that many are experiencing at this time. She stopped waiting for her own fairy godmother and took the wand into her own hands. You can too!”
About a week ago I was first introduced to Lorena Bathey’s work via Tomoson. I started off reviewing her book the “X”. If you missed that review be sure to check it out here. Now I have finally finished reading another one of her books, Happy Beginnings: How I Became My Own Fairy Godmother. It took me a few days to read as it is really emotional and on a different level than the “X” yet it is a good read still. In this book Lorena tells her own story of dealing with divorce. She encounters various difficulties and challenges on her way to divorce. However, she remains strong and even encourages other women in her position to stay strong as well. If you have ever had a break up, divorce, or felt trapped in your marriage this is the book for you to read.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.