(PRWEB) August 10, 2005
"Housewives and Repairmen: 'the Untold Secrets'" is a new book containing 20 years' of true stories about lonely housewives wanting to cheat with service technicians. All the stories in the book are true and have been put together by Michael C Riley, former service technician from more than 20 years of in-home service experience.
The stories in the book reflect the cheating attitudes of wives when their husbands go off to work and the repairman is supposed to come fix something at their homes, according to Riley. The repairman constantly runs into wives who either answer the door with nothing on to let the service repairman in, or just plain are bold about making it clear why they called the repairman, the author says. And it's not to "service" their appliances.
Husbands go to work and unknowingly are leaving their wives home to be "serviced," Riley says in the book. Ever wondered why the repairman keeps having to come back over and over again? The book is a must-read to find out how dangerous and wild these lonely housewives can get when the door shuts behind their hubby, when he leaves for work, Riley says.
"Housewives and Repairmen: 'the Untold Secrets'" is available at http://www.cafepress.com/housewives.8737212.
The book is also a must-read for housewives, to see if you just might have been one of Riley's customers and made it into "Housewives and Repairmen: 'the Untold Secrets.'"