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Til Divorce Do Us Part: Why a Man Sings the Blues Kevin A. Hill

Til Divorce Do Us Part: Why a Man Sings the Blues

Kevin A. Hill

Published August 22nd 2009
ISBN : 9781440162039
Paperback
424 pages
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 About the Book 

Til Divorce Do Us Part! is a novel based upon a divorced father (Michael Watts Sr.) who has a very turbulent relationship with his ex-wife (Anne Watts), who is the mother of his two children. Anne is a constant thorn in her ex-husbands side. She isMoreTil Divorce Do Us Part! is a novel based upon a divorced father (Michael Watts Sr.) who has a very turbulent relationship with his ex-wife (Anne Watts), who is the mother of his two children. Anne is a constant thorn in her ex-husbands side. She is a scorned woman who feels that she has an axe to grind with her ex-husband in spite of his being a great father to to their children. He faithfully adheres to all of his responsibilities as it involves his role as a non-custodial parent, i.e., he always pays his child support on time, he has regular (frequent) visitation periods with his children and he is always there for them whenever they need him. Hence, he is actively and positively involved in their lives. Nevertheless, that is not good enough for Anne, as she harbors ill-will toward Michael as a result of their rocky ten-year long marriage, which wrecked Michael emotionally and placed him in the poor house. Anne does everything in her power to make Michaels post-divorce live miserable. After Michael decides to move on with his life when he once again fell in love and found a new life (Carla Thompson), all hell breaks loose. At that point, Anne launches an all out assault on her ex-husband. It was became obvious that she no longer wants him, and she does not want Carla to have him either. During Michael and Carlas marriage, Anne does everything in her power to drive a wedge between the new Mr. & Mrs. Watts. Anne uses Michaels love for his children as lethal weapon against him. Michael is the antithesis of a deadbeat dad (to his own detriment) as he altruistically places his childrens health and welfare above that of his own.