It’s that time of year when you want to get something for the girlfriends on your list to show you care. Scented candles are overdone and who needs another basket of bath products? Enter the book — not just any book, but an award-winning novel with more than 65 5-star reviews on Amazon that has been optioned for the big screen. $5.99 on Kindle; $11.70 for the paperback.
Despite the title, “Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever” is not a man-bashing book. It’s the story of a group of women in their 50s who have been friends since high school. You laugh, you’ll cry and most of all, your friends will thank you.
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Teresa LeYung-Ryan says:
Author Judith Marshall’s book is really about true blue friendship – enduring relationships – forgiveness and letting go. http://www.judithmarshall.net
Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever is a beautiful story
that made me cry and laugh out loud too. Sincerely, Teresa LeYung-Ryan,
author and fanbase-building coach http://writingcoachTeresa.com
B Lynn Goodwin says:
Good book. I expect to see the movie version on Lifetime TV someday. Read the book first and share it with someone this holiday season.
Author of You Want Me to Do WHAT? Journaling for Caregivers
Barbara Bentley says:
A good book to grab, put your feet up, and sip a martini while reading! Great job, Judith.
Eileen Williams says:
Husbands May Come and Go is one of those great reads you can’t put down. Marshall’s characters are complex, funny, bitchy, and incredibly compassionate–just like real women who’ve shared the bond of friendship for many years. Not only does the author flesh out her characters with all of the beauty, strength, flaws, and frailties inherent to human nature, her story is filled with unexpected twists and surprises. The women are faced with issues that challenge their friendship, but ultimately drive them even more closely together.
This book will leave you laughing and crying with a treasure trove of a-ha moments guaranteed to elicit memories of your own fond times spent with girlfriends. Mostly, it’s a celebration of one of life’s greatest gifts: the deep and abiding bond of female friendship.
Denise DuBarry says:
I love this book and will be the first in line to see the movie! It made me appreciate my female friendships even more.