I'm No Saint: Memoir of a Wayward Wife : Elizabeth Hayt embarked upon holy matrimony with reservations. She found herself drowning in an ocean of wifely and motherly duties, and at thirty-five, felt there had to be more to life. Then her husband called it quits . . . and she responded by ricocheting from one high-powered man to another in a wild postmarital celebration of dating. From stripteases before media moguls to attempts at reaching the emotional cores of Manhattan's most lusted-after bachelors, Elizabeth rebels against her Great Neck roots, Ivy League education, and Upper East Side trappings as she delights in revealing the sex lives of true players and sexual politics of New York. Discovering the redemptive power of a career, she finds a way to reconcile her bad-girl desires with the good-girl upbringing and defy the predictable expectations of wife - and motherhood.
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