Jennifer Johnson Is Sick of Being Married by Heather McElhatton
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No so terribly long ago, Heather McElhatton’s flawed, neurotic, yet lovable average American heroine Jennifer Johnson was sick of being single. Now Jennifer Johnson is Sick of Being Married. The author who brought us the wildly popular Pretty Little Mistakes now favors readers with the next delectably eventful chapter in Jennifer’s life, as her new fairy tale marriage (to the wealthy son of a department store tycoon) hits a serious snag, thanks in no small part to a honeymoon-from-hell in a fundamentalist Christian compound and the prospect of a life of bizarre servitude to her devout mother-in-law’s church committee. This is outrageously funny, wonderfully edgy contemporary women’s fiction in the Helen Fielding and Sophie Kinsella mode that anyone who has ever laughed at the raunchy humor of Sarah Silverman or Chelsea Handler is going to love.

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Heather McElhatton is the author of the bestselling novel Pretty Little Mistakes. She lives in Minneapolis and works as an independent producer for Minnesota Public Radio. Her commentaries and stories are regularly heard on This American Life, Marketplace, Weekend America, Sound Money, and The Savvy Traveler. She also produces the award-winning literary series Talking Volumes. She is the author of several short stories including, "Red Shoes in Alabama and the Whore who Wore Them" which writer/publisher Joyce Carol Oates included in her magazine, The Ontario Review. The story was also nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2001.
Published October 9, 2012 by William Morrow Paperbacks. 339 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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