The Happy Wives Club Paperback
One Woman's Worldwide Search for the Secrets of a Great Marriage
by Fawn Weaver;
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The Happy Wives Club
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Looking at Keith, the love of her life, she knew that wasnt true. She was determined to find and connect with women just like herhappy and optimistic about marriage, deeply in love with her spouse, and committed to building a strong marriage that stands the test of time.
On a whim, she started the blog HappyWivesClub.com and sent the link to a few of new friends. What started as a casual invitation to five women exploded into an international online club with 150,000 members in more than 100 countries.
Happy Wives Club is Fawns journey across the world to meet her friends and discover what makes their marriages great. Join her on this exciting, exotic trip across six continents and through more than eighteen cities. Walk the streets of Mauritius, the historic ruins in Italy, and the vistas of New Zealand and Australia. Go from Cape Town to London, Manila to Buenos Aires, Winnipeg to Zagreb.
Along the way, you will meet everyday women whose marriage secrets span cultures. You will hear their stories, witness their love, and be inspired by the proof that happy, healthy marriages do existand yours can be one of them!
It turns out great marriages are all around uswhen we look for them. Go on a trip with Fawn and learn the best marriage secrets the world has to offer.
The Happy Wives Club by Fawn Weaver was published by Thomas Nelson in January 2014. The ISBN for The Happy Wives Club is 9781400205042.
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|Page last updated||30th July 2015|
|Author / Artist||Fawn Weaver|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (January 2014)|
|Number of Pages||272|