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She or Doesn't She?
felt like you were in a dead-end romance, where you wanted more
passion and more life? Have you ever started having fantasies about
the plumber or repairman? Have the fantasies ever caused you to
be like your real world? This is exactly what happens to Delilah
in Does She or Doesn't She? She tends to want more from her hard-working
husband and starts to show up late when she drops off her daughter,
and she fails to notice that there is no food in the kitchen.
Kwitney does a great job of bringing a comedic look at how caught
up women can become when they feel that they need more in their
relationships, and how distracting it can all become. Her characterization
of Delilah is humorous and makes her look like a “knucklehead”
at times with her forgetfulness. Each chapter begins with a fantasy
of Delilah's that tends to take over the reality of Delilah's everyday
life with her family. I felt that this distracted from the overall
story, although it did show what Delilah wanted from her husband.