The Divorce Club's personalized battle plan designed to suit your individual needs:
Put on weight and don't shave your legs, or armpits, or any part of your body for that matter.
Don't wash his clothes and cook rotten meals, preferably ones that'll give him constant diarrhea.
Wear a thong with a mini dress and bend over in front of his friends,
but only after gaining weight.
Don't forget: if you're moving, we'll help you pack and unload.
If he's the one moving, we'll help you throw his belongings out the window.

The Divorce Club by Jayde Scott is about a support group for people going through the painful process of divorce. The summary says: "A bitter divorce from a two-timing husband leaves Sarah with no money to fend for her daughter, but she won't be beaten, so she opens The Divorce Club, a meeting place for women who want to divorce their cheating husbands, but don't know how. Soon things start to go seriously wrong. A fake client and her rising interest in him isn't Sarah's only worry; there's also the moody teenager, a stalker, and the club's personalized battle plans that start to involve more than flashing a confident smile and running a 24/7 hotline. When Sarah's ex-husband moves in without her permission in the hope to patch things up, chaos seems complete." London author Scott also writes young adult fantasy fiction.

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