Outstanding book! “Woman to Woman” provides a brave and raw look into the complexities of infidelities redesign on the fabric of relationships. Jackson’s intimate work peels back the multiple layers of a betrayed wife’s turmoil…a brutally honest account of a woman’s journey through love, hurt, and the devastation of heartbreak.
An extremely worthwhile element of “Woman to Woman”, is its rare and unfiltered insight into the mind of the mistress. Their in-depth letters lay out bold reflections and perspectives, offering answers for curious wives. “Woman to Woman” is a freshly written exploration into the painful, and powerful impact of deception. Most importantly, this work examines the dynamic relationship women play in each other’s lives.
“Woman to Woman” inadvertently encourages the reader to examine lingering questions. Why have women forgotten that we are far more empowered as champions of one another, as opposed to enemies? That we uniquely possess the ability to both hurt and help our sisters.
“Woman to Woman” will undoubtedly stir up a necessary conversation amongst women that is both personal, and uncomfortable —more imminently one that is long overdue. – Bridget Smith, Award winning-journalist, Tv Host
I love this necessary and vital book. I have never read anything like it before. All I can say is thank you. Your book is brilliant, engaging, and needed since the first-time betrayal happened. It has healed, enlightened me, and showed my own growth in maturity in becoming a respectable member of society, female society especially. It was a joy reading the letters to wives; very insightful, heartbreaking and redeeming. Thank you. I will treasure the work you put into this little book for the rest of my life. As they say, “I needed that.” You did good work.– Laura Del Gaudio, Author of “The Undertaker A Memoir of the First Woman Funeral Director in the Core of Brooklyn” – As Seen on ABC and NBC; Nominated for the 2020 Top Shelf Book Award
“Woman to Woman” is a great read! It’s engaging and assumption challenging. The writing is strong and clear, and LeTisha’s personal story is really powerful. “Woman to Woman” conveys an important issue and LeTisha tackles it candidly. It’s refreshing, interesting—and such a poignant message. This is a beautiful read. Candid. Vulnerable. Raw. LeTisha makes a strong argument and backs it up. – Kecia Bal, USA Today best-selling author
This book takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions. Empathy, sadness, anger and fear. It makes you take a hard look at “Girl Code” and what that means. It makes you take a step back and wonder how you yourself would react when faced with the same kind of heartbreak. – Nicole Miller, Independent Social Media Reviewer
“Woman to Woman” was a sensational read from cover to cover. This thought-provoking book is written in a way that will start a conversation about a subject that ALL women can relate to in some way, shape or form. It paints a vivid picture of how women can inflict immeasurable pain on one another. It’s a must read! – Sherry Rector, Independent Social Media Reviewer
LeTisha Jackson’s book, “Woman to Woman: Letters from Wives to Mistresses,” interestingly examines the age-old issue of infidelity and fascinatingly brings a fresh perspective to be considered. She bravely walks us through her own journey and then asks us to consider a world where we support one another with respect and loyalty. She then boldly asked former and still present wives and mistresses to anonymously submit letters to each other addressing their former adulterous relationships. Though I won’t spoil it by talking about details (you will just have to buy the book for that!), the pain and prejudice contained in those letters is palpable and will evoke an emotional response regardless if you have experienced this firsthand or just as a bystander. You will come full circle and walk away with a clearer understanding of each woman’s perspective. She posits a world where our ability to support ourselves and other women by being loyal to each other first brings us back to community where, if we hope to move forward, we have to stand together. It reminds me of a quote by Woodrow T. Wilson,” We cannot be separated in interest or divide in purpose. We stand together until the end.” – AK, Independent Social Media Reviewer
Love, love, love this book!!! As a woman in my 60’s (a grown ass woman), reading this book brought renewed insights into who I am, and who I was. It brought guilt, regret, sorrow, and awareness of our mis-education of what being a woman should look like. Reading this book should allow you, through the stories, to be a better person, and to empower you; learn the lesson of loving yourself and making others treat you better. – Anonymous, Independent Reviewer