Undressing Infidelity is a fascinating, steamy, and compelling book that takes you beyond the cold taboo statistics of divorce and infidelity, and into the everyday lives of married women who are having extramarital affairs.
Who are these women?
They are your neighbors, your friends, your coworkers. They go to your gym. They shop at your grocery store. They are the women you see every day who seem to have it all. So why are they cheating?
Statistics tell us that 65 percent of married women cheat-but what does that really mean? Diane Shader Smith has uncovered the truth behind the numbers by doing what no one has ever done before-listening to them. After resisting the temptation to have an affair herself, she sat down one-on-one with more than 150 women, all of whom shared the intimate secrets of their affairs.
In Undressing Infidelity, Shader Smith not only reveals the fascinating results of her research, she also provides an up-close-and-personal look at the most telling stories she encountered. She takes you deep inside the marriages and affairs of twelve fascinating women-from Midwestern moms to Manhattan execs-who chose to cheat. Told in their own words, these stories weave a surprising and compelling tapestry of love, sex, and changing loyalties in today's marriages....Continua