Enabler Narrator Enables Her Own Unhappiness

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Hmmm, let's see how this unhappy wife ended up shaking and stumbling against the gun cabinet in their home and accidentally - but very symbolically- knocks over the anniversary photograph of her with her husband. She said she's had suspicions for thirty (count 'em) 30 years, but he's the love of her life. And now she has panic attacks. How did this happen?

First, when they were dating she saw him around town with other women on the back of his motorcycle. (Friends who needed rides.)

Next, she was sure he had other affairs while they were engaged; she married him anyway.

After marrying, she was certain her husband was having an affair with a woman he worked with. He verbally attacked her (the wife) for being paranoid.

And now? Well, now she's been sitting out in the cold in her nightgown for two hours from 3 A.M. to 5 A.M. after seeing a piece of feminine notepaper with a woman's name and phone number on her husband's desk. But does she wake up her husband and ask him about it? No sir. That man of hers needs his rest.

I think this woman needs to throw her husband in front of some bison or large elk - just like the ones in the Western type art that she says she and her husband love and have prints of in every room of their house. This book was not for me, but it might be a good read if you are truly a dedicated fan of romance novels.