From the New York Times bestselling author of The Red Hat Club comes a story about two unlikely friends who would never have imagined they'd end up married to the same man Neighbors Betsy Callison and Kat Ellis were oil and water when they met thirty-five years ago. Betsy was a prim, neat freak, Republican wife, and Kat was a wild, irreverent, hippie Democrat. But they soon discover common ground that creates a bond that lasts for decades. Until Betsy's husband leaves her for his secretary, then comes sniffing back around two years later and convinces newly widowed Kat to marry him! Not that Betsy wants him back, but it's hard to move on when the newlyweds are flaunting their love right across the street. But there's trouble brewing in Paradise, and no one knows philandering Greg better than his ex-wife Betsy. Can Betsy get involved in her best friend's marriage--even if it means helping her wife-in-law figure out the same man she shared a bed with for thirty years? Told with Haywood's Smith inimitable southern voice, WIFE-IN-LAW provides loads of laughter, insight, and plenty of heart.To my relief, the body reared up and hollered in Kata#39;s unmistakable accent, aI said , bring me some more ice, a#39;fore it all melts. ... Do I need to call for help? ... kiddy pool, and the hose was running into it, setting up a steady overflow that watered their thirsty new sod. ... the water bill and the mortgage, a she said, elongating the last word, abut I completely fergot about the power. ... I certainly wouldna#39;t have told anybody if Ia#39;d done something that dumb, much less somebody I barely knew.
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