Book Review: Project: Happily Ever After by Alisa Bowman

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Project: Happily Ever After

Author: Alisa Bowman

Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers

Are you married and cannot remember exactly why? Or, you actually do remember why, but it isn’t enough to reignite the deep love and appreciation?

Or…you’ve mentally planned your spouse’s funeral…just saying…

If any of the aforementioned applies to you, then this book will captivate you.  Bowman’s willingness to open up about some awfully dark moments in her marriage (as well as her husband’s willingness to allow these stories to be told) allows readers to laugh, cry and reflect with her.

In essence, Bowman was in the middle of devising an elaborate divorce/”funeral” when she realized that her marriage might still have a fighting chance. Through various self-help books, advice from friends, and some trial-and-error, Bowman and her husband try to save their marriage in four month’s time.

If you’re more flight than fight within your marriage at this time, this book is comfort within the storm. The information shared is delivered like that you’d receive from a friend.

~ Ashley

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the Carson Regional Library in Carson, California.  I am not required to write a positive review whatsoever. The opinions I have expressed are completely my own. This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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