Been There, Married That by Gigi Levangie Grazer

Kindle Edition, 336 pages
Expected publication: February 11th 2020 by St. Martin's Press
About the Book:
When he changes the locks, she changes the rules. Agnes Murphy Nash is the perfect Hollywood wife – she has the right friends, the right clothes, and even a side career of her own as a writer. Her husband Trevor is a bigshot producer, and from the outside it looks like they’re living a picture-perfect celebrity life, complete with tennis tournaments and lavish parties. But the job description of a Hollywood wife doesn’t cover divorce, which is the way Agnes’ life is headed after she comes home one day to find her credit cards cancelled and the security passwords to get into her enormous LA home changed. Oh, and there’s a guy there whose job it is to tase her if she tries to enter…which she does. Needless to say, Agnes’ husband is dead set on making sure she loses big time, but Agnes isn’t the type to just lie down and take it. In a world of fremenies and hot nannies, personal psychics and “skinny” jello shots, Agnes may be losing her husband, but could that mean getting her own life back?

No, no, no, no, no...just no.

Showed promise, but it was ultimately boring....I kept reading because I felt like something amusing or important was going to happen. It never did. I couldn't like any of the characters and they got on my nerves. Dragged on and wasn't funny...The title is the funniest part.

A quick read, nothing fancy. The characters are kind of boring and the dialogue is a bit stale. Especially found the conversations between the main character and her husband to be especially dull. I could not like the protagonist. I dislike passive aggressive people, and she is a perfect example of such a person. This was an overall disappointment. I do like the cover art though!

Thank you NetGalley, Gigi Levangie Grazer and St. Martin's Press for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.



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