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Los Angeles, CA Rodney 25 , proposed married P.V 22, West Indian, daughter, Bourgie, aka Wifey She came from Miami, Fl.Much later, Nani P.V s maternal grandmother came to check on her.Warning This book contains extremely graphic adult content, violence, or expletive language or uncensored sexually explicit material which is only suitable for mature readers It may be offensive or have potential adverse psychological effects on the reader I did not receive any type of compensation f Los Angeles, CA Rodney 25 , proposed married P.V 22, West Indian, daughter, Bourgie, aka Wifey She came from Miami, Fl.Much later, Nani P.V s maternal grandmother came to check on her.Warning This book contains extremely graphic adult content, violence, or expletive language or uncensored sexually explicit material which is only suitable for mature readers It may be offensive or have potential adverse psychological effects on the reader I did not receive any type of compensation for reading reviewing this book While I receive free books from publishers authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review Only an honest one A very awesome book cover, great font writing style A very unorthodox written satire book It wasn t very easy for me to read follow from start finish several dull moments There were no grammar typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists turns a great set of unique characters to keep track of This book unfortunately went downhill real fast I would be lying if I said I understood the context That said I will only rate it at 3 5 stars Thank you for the free author Goodreads MakingConnections Making Connections discussion group talk Pink Purse International Wharton King, LLCDigital Services LLC book Tony Parsons MSW Washburn #READ KINDLE ⛄ Wifey ï When life as a curiously paired, young married couple in sun kissed, suburban Los Angeles in the midst of a growing global, national, and state economic crisis becomes literally unworkable, Rodney, ayear old playboy of a husband from the grit of its city, makes a decision He unilaterally determines that he and PV , his ambitious but naive,year old exotic wife, the daughter of wealthy immigrants, should immediately relocate to Texas So PV a suddenly struggling realtor, used to casual foodie weekends away with her girlfriends, and Rodney, a freshly laid off marketer and Vegas hopping sports addict, sell virtually everything they own and embark upon a life in the teeming heart of North Texas Dallas But an eerie and horrifying dream that PV experiences before their trip becomes a dark and ever unfurling, pain filled prophesy, that ultimately threatens the very foundations of their humanity Sex, depravity, despair, and an uneven pavement of good intentions lead to two bizarre and seemingly omnipresent street evangelists, a dangerously smitten Australian bartender seminarian, and a leather clad gang of uninvited potluck guests all careening their young lives onto a black, one way road with a shocking twist and hair raising end Vivid, haunting, lyrical and equally provocative, Wifey is a novella thriller by attorney and former human rights arbitrator, Fey Ugokwe I m not sure how I found Wifey, some books just seem to appear in my life This was one of them.The prose is hypnotic somehow innate and visual The story draws you into the very real and quickly frightening marriage of a young couple, much like the young couple themselves are drawn in Only once we re deeply involved do we begin to know what we should have known, and consider what should have been considered While reading the second half of the novella I was truly scared Partly because of th I m not sure how I found Wifey, some books just seem to appear in my life This was one of them.The prose is hypnotic somehow innate and visual The story draws you into the very real and quickly frightening marriage of a young couple, much like the young couple themselves are drawn in Only once we re deeply involved do we begin to know what we should have known, and consider what should have been considered While reading the second half of the novella I was truly scared Partly because of the honesty and humanity and the way I easily recognized the spiraling, justifying, dangerous choices and moments But mostly because I felt I had almost become P.V., and I was afraid Rodney was going to come home.I m looking forward to reading the next book by this author That is, if I m brave enough A gritty read about hidden domestic abuse My only problems are The brevity 150 pagesReal problems with the dialogue which may well be authentic but makes reading very hard i did not know there were that many apostrophes I hate to think what a spell checker was seeing.The lengthy verbal abuse scenes are I think overdone and become repetitive.In the end this promisedthan it delivered. Be open and read.It s a full and captivating read While many reader s found the language to be common , the writing was accessible.I knew the characters, understood where they d been The themes are heavy but pertinent. I like the twist of the story This book is a must read book for couples that are struggling in terms of love, sex depravity and dealing with their own ways of selfish desires. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Contains spoilers This book presented the reader with a touching and important story I enjoyed it The only difficult part of the book was trying to read the different accents of the characters you do get used to it, but it is a little of an adjustment at first In fact I commend the author on being able to convey different accents in her writing including Trinidadian, Hispanic, Southern drawl, and street thug not an easy feat.Ugokwe successfully captures what it is like inside a sec Contains spoilers This book presented the reader with a touching and important story I enjoyed it The only difficult part of the book was trying to read the different accents of the characters you do get used to it, but it is a little of an adjustment at first In fact I commend the author on being able to convey different accents in her writing including Trinidadian, Hispanic, Southern drawl, and street thug not an easy feat.Ugokwe successfully captures what it is like inside a secretly abusive relationship built up over time from the beginning of the relationship Rodney changes his language and refuses to call her by her name He isolates her He makes fun of her He doesn t work and is basically an overgrown boy He begins raping her on a regular basis and becomes enraged at any signs of independence she shows.Rodney s ignorance and lack of education comes out in everything he says It also makes him worried when she puts up fight.However, he does not hit her, and that makes him justify his actions.it is a very real portrayal of the psychological physical and sexual abuse experienced by many women and men.I do know, by how the story ended, that PV will be ok I appreciated the spiritual side of things I would have liked to see her stand up to himTo realize she is worththan that and to learn to stand up for herself It also would have been interesting to hear from her girlfriends after the party where Rodney comes home I think for a first novel this was a good story and I look forward to reading her again It will be nice to see how her writing changes and improves over time