BOOK REVIEW

  AN INCONVENIENT WIFE - MEGAN CHANCE

Lucy Carelton comes from a very wealthy family.  Her husband is a very successful stockbroker.  It seems that Lucy has not been acting right lately - she has fits of anger.  Is it her nerves?  Her husband is concerned only because she is not performing her social obligations without falling apart.  This is not the "perfect wife" he wants.  As a result, he keeps taking her to different doctors.  One of them, Dr. Little, recommended that Lucy be placed in an asylum!

A new doctor has arrived in New York City, Victor Seth.  He is a doctor of neurology.  He is also a hypnotist.  At first, Lucy is hesitant about seeing this doctor.  She doesn't like the way he looks at her.  She finally agrees hoping that he is the answer to her problems.

Is Dr. Seth the answer?  What is in store for Lucy?  How does he change her?

An Inconvenient Wife is an excellent psychological, historical book.  Megan Chance does a great job of portraying a woman in this time period when she was forced to be obedient and let go of her dreams.  The author does an excellent job of making you feel that you are part of the story.  You will feel sympathy and compassion for Lucy.  Megan Chance has done an extraordinary job of creating the complex character of Lucy.  She is one that will be unforgettable for some time.  This is one you will want to read!  Historical fans will love it. 

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR, NANCY EATON

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