A Changing Marriage

A Changing Marriage

Susan Kietzman / Aug 26, 2019

A Changing Marriage In this poignant and insightful new novel the acclaimed author of The Good Life delves beneath the shimmering surface of one couple s evolving marriage Karen Spears and Bob Parsons meet in college an

  • Title: A Changing Marriage
  • Author: Susan Kietzman
  • ISBN: 9780758281340
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this poignant and insightful new novel, the acclaimed author of The Good Life delves beneath the shimmering surface of one couple s evolving marriage.Karen Spears and Bob Parsons meet in college and embark upon the kind of enviable, picture perfect relationship featured in romantic movies Bob is ambitious and adoring Karen is bright and beautiful And nothing seemIn this poignant and insightful new novel, the acclaimed author of The Good Life delves beneath the shimmering surface of one couple s evolving marriage.Karen Spears and Bob Parsons meet in college and embark upon the kind of enviable, picture perfect relationship featured in romantic movies Bob is ambitious and adoring Karen is bright and beautiful And nothing seems natural to them than getting married right after Karen s graduation.Newlywed life meets all of Karen s expectations Bob s career is soaring and Karen has a fulfilling job of her own one that s put on hold when she becomes pregnant But their caring partnership begins to slip away as Bob s single minded pursuit of the next promotion blinds him to how overwhelmed Karen feels as a stay at home mom When resentment and disenchantment build on both sides, Karen finds herself at a crossroads What happens when reality erodes your ideal relationship How do you know when to stay and when to go And how much can any marriage endure before it becomes just another statistic Profoundly honest and revealing, A Changing Marriage is a vivid portrait of relationships at their most intricate and most familiar.

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    About "Susan Kietzman"

      • Susan Kietzman

        Susan Kietzman grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut She went to Connecticut College, where her mother, aunt, and grandmother went before her After graduation, she worked in Manhattan just long enough to realize that she felt at home in the country than in the city This conviction did not prevent her from going to journalism school at Boston University Kietzman next moved to Mystic, CT, where she worked at a weekly and then a daily newspaper Along the way, she met and married Ted and had three sons.The family spent time in Aurora, Ontario, and then moved Midland, Michigan, where Kietzman wrote fiction in the early morning, taught English composition at a community college, and worked for various public relations firms, creating content for corporate clients When the family moved back to Connecticut, she continued teaching community college students and started writing grants for Mystic Seaport She has since left the classroom and the Museum and is writing fiction full time.She spends her free time enjoying the outdoors walking, hiking, biking and reading good writing.


    709 Comments

    1. After reading A Changing Marriage by Susan Kietzman, I can't stop myself from quoting Mignon McLaughlin's famous words about "marriage", who was an American journalist and author. "A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person." Hopefully if Karen Spears and Bob Parsons had followed this quote blindly, then their marriage wouldn't have been called A Changing Marriage in Susan Kietzman's new book.Synopsis: Karen Spears and Bob Parsons fell in love in the f [...]


    2. Want MoreI absolutely loved this book but hated the ending cause it wasn't an ending what happens does Karen and Bobs New marriages survive? There has to be a sequel!!!!!!


    3. I didn't completely hate this book, but I can't stand overly idealistic characters/plots, and that is exactly what this story consisted of. I kept waiting for one of the characters to have a REAL problem, but all of their so-called issues basically stemmed from the implication that they were too attractive, too rich, etc. Even their differing view points and ensuing fights were just so vanilla. I get that the point of this book was the slow corrosion of a once happy relationship -- and maybe the [...]


    4. College sweethearts Bob and Karen meet, fall in love , get married, and raise a family. Typical chick lit and nothing special. While it’s terrific that they are financially secure enough to have Karen be a stay at home mom, her resentment of her husband, her children, and even of herself, makes her an unlikable heroine.What I loved: Let me get back to you…What I didn’t love: Time and time again I had to look at the dates that started each chapter. Even though this book takes place from 199 [...]


    5. Ok, but too much minutiea of everyday life was part of the book. I just wanted these characters to TALK to each other. They seemed to avoid any kind of conversation as the years went on, and it was kind of sad. Marriage is hard work, and these two people got married too young, without talking about what they each expected from their marriage. Kind of sad, how they ended up.


    6. This book was excellent and even though it was fiction I think it truly depicts what couples go through in the different phases of a marriage. It really brings the reader a reality of what every day life can be like and how you need to work at a marriage every day and not take each other for granted.


    7. Was a good read. This was a book I had trouble staying away from. I kept wanting to read just a little more to see what choices were going to be made. I was surprised by the ending.


    8. I got this book at farmers market a local bookstore was giving away their Arcs and I was so glad to pick it up. This was really a great book of course the tissue was close but is a perfect summer read and review. I will be looking for future books of Susan Kietzman as I loved this one.


    9. A good book about relationships, meeting, coming together drifting, and falling apart.Scenes from many and most marriages. The book moves but it wordy at times.



    10. Ok bookThe story really didn't have a story it was just a long drawn out book about marriage no real plot ,story line etc



    11. This book was good in the begining and the end. I stopped reading it for a few months after the first couple chapters. Makes you question and realize what people may be going through after a divorce with kids


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