Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Can a man marry his mistress and expect life to be the same as before?
Can a mistress marry the man, become a wife, and forget the old ways?
This is the question when Andre Duncan, Earl of Westbrook, he marries his mistress Corina, due to an unplanned pregnancy. He will stand by her and do the right thing? Can he have a wife and a mistress both in Corina?
When Corina loses the baby, she turns away from her husband, and he turns away from her? Can this marriage survive? As Corina moves back to the guest home where she lived before marriage, The only thing she knows is that she can never be a proper wife to her husband, and she does not want to harm his standing in society. God forbid if they were out someplace and one of her old clients approached them in a crowd of up-standing patrons! Andre refuses to give her a divorce. He knows they can work out what has driven them apart.
Entering the picture are two very outspoken women who call themselves The Bliss Society. They help her see that she can be “More Than a Wife” to husband. They want to exchange information with her. They will teach her how to become a wife to her husband if she will teach them how to be a steamy partner to their husbands.
Can Corina overcome a bad beginning? Will the former owner of her leave her alone and acknowledge her marriage? Will she be accepted into society? Sometimes in a marriage a woman has to be ”More Than a Wife”