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"Women Behaving Badly" Review

Women Behaving Badly by Frances Garrood was first published as Basic Theology for Fallen Women in 2012. It details a year in the lives of three very different women. These women are brought together as part of a church program by the name of Basic Theology. However, the program’s true purpose is to teach adulterers how to stop and return to their marriages and good faith.

The program has a good deal of success and shortly there are only three women left: Gabs (the high end escort), Alice (the single mother), and Marvis (the caring daughter with her heart on her sleeve). This unlikely trio become friends when the Basic Theology program ends.

This book was a very unique read. I connected with each of the three main in very different ways. It was awesome to see how these three women changed the lives of one another.

I received a review copy of this ebook from Sapere Books and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this ebook.


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