Allen Harris is a pillar of the community, a married lawyer of spotless reputation who is asked to assume the presidency of a conservative university after its last president has been fired for engaging in a sexual affair with a student. He is to be vetted by the Board of Directors, who want to be certain that there is nothing in Harris' past that will cause another scandal that has badly damaged the image of the institution. He asserts to the board that his married life is without blemish and he has never engaged in adulterous or clandestine affairs. His assertion is an outright lie since he, cunningly and secretly, engaged in a series of sexual liaisons in other cities in the course of his practice.
To assure that these relationships remain secret, he decides to surreptitiously set about finding these former lovers to be certain that they will not reveal his double life and spoil his chances for the presidency. Of the four women with whom he had entered into these relationships he finds three, but cannot find the fourth. What he discovers is the startling truth about these affairs, and a bizarre twist of fate that reveals what happened to his fourth mistress.
What made the experience of listening to The Womanizer the most enjoyable?
The reading is very good without being over dramatized.
Which scene was your favorite?
All the scenes with Rebecca.
Any additional comments?
This book has excellent pacing.
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The narration of this book was a total distraction. I kept wondering what the hurry was. I finally changed the speed on my ipod to slow. Still felt like I had to run to catch up. On and on and on at fast speed of delivery. Also, I didn't finish the book. Between the rapid delivery and the continuous apparent explanations of why adultery is okay but it can be a problem if you get caught I just quit listening.