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Final Exam Question #2How many women does it take to ruin a marriage?Eric Hayes is a man with too many women in his life. As a bachelor, he loved all of the attention, but now being a married man, he quickly realizes that he cannot please more than one woman at a time. Succumbing to the pressure, Eric takes a course at his wife’s church to become better equipped for the biFinal Exam Question #2How many women does it take to ruin a marriage?Eric Hayes is a man with too many women in his life. As a bachelor, he loved all of the attention, but now being a married man, he quickly realizes that he cannot please more than one woman at a time. Succumbing to the pressure, Eric takes a course at his wife’s church to become better equipped for the bittersweet realities of marriage: Husband 101. The course ends up being more than he bargained for and his role and actions as a man are put to the test, one that he struggles to pass. Unable to keep everyone satisfied, Eric’s picture-perfect life begins to crumble even before he can make it to his first anniversary. Will he heed to good advice and put into practice the lessons that can salvage his family, or will pride and self-reliance guarantee his fall?...

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ISBN : 9870615695082
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Number of Pages : 205 Pages
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Husband 101 Reviews

  • Latarra
    2018-10-16 00:02

    I read Wife 101 & it was great, but I must say Husband 101 was amazing. There were times I had to stop reading because I was getting too emotional. These two books are a must read for every new couple, married couple, just men & women in general! Can't wait for Couples 101!

  • Adrienna
    2018-10-02 03:06

    This weekend I finished Wife 101, purchased a copy of Husband 101, and loved how it started where it left off from the first book in the series. Eric Hayes inside thoughts are so witty and personal, but to get into his mind on how men think especially about all the women in his life. Jay short for Jacqueline Johnson sees him as a target, but for Eric, it's temptation that he believes he has under control; Lena, baby mamma drama hits the scene once he gets married to Amber; Amber is the love of his life, newly-wedded wife and carrying his seed but his new life as CEO of realty and her hormonal imbalance with stress that can put harm to his child. Therefore Amber has to step back, relax, and this is hard for a powerful, business woman who has built her empire of three lucrative businesses. Can Eric uphold his new position as CEO with commercial properties of the realty company, keep his wife-woman happy, and get joint custody of his daughter, Jonelle? I cannot wait to see how he does in the class Husband 101...word is already out that Pastor Martin Woods is familiar with Amber Ross-Hayes because she took the class with his wife, Lydia Woods.A'ndrea Wilson does it again, I cannot put this book down, even while at work. Walking the halls and reading on tablet; so creatively, intellectually combined scriptures, biblical principles with practical lifestyle with humor that makes me laugh aloud. These characters are so real to me, I can picture them and cannot wait to see this on Lifetime TV or picked like Soul Food (series). Moreover, I loved how she covered the true meaning of LOVE and how we use this word so loosely, with the prime examples and scenarios--I think I got it. I realized we do look for love in return or do it for selfish reasons, but real love is selfless and not seeking anything in return even if you have given yourself away per se. This also read like a "romantic comedy" in some parts of the novel. I cannot wait to read the next installment (Couple 101) which was setup at the ending of the novel.We'll discuss this on my DYRP ministry radio program on December 21, 2012 at 8 PM CST/724-444-7444 code:91725# pin1#Adrienna TurnerAuthor of "God is in the Equation"www.dream4more.webs.com (Dream 4 More Reviews)

  • Reading in Black & White
    2018-09-27 20:19

    To say I was excited to read Husband 101 by A’ndrea Wilson would be an understatement. Since reading Wife 101 (which was released in November 2011), I have been telling everyone I know about Wilson’s work. Husband 101 continues the story of Amber and Eric who are now married and expecting their first child. Eric thought he knew all there was to being a good husband but when Amber urges him to attend the Husband 101 at her church, he realizes that he was deeply mistaken. Eric’s ambition to be a success on his own causes him to go down a path that blurs the line between bending the truth and telling a lie. Throughout the thirteen week Husband 101 course, Eric reevaluates, reexamines, and reassess his views on marriage and his role and responsibility as a husband.Husband 101 clearly looks at the topic of men and marriage just as Wife 101 explored women and their role in marriage. Both books are work of fiction, but each chapter teaches a lesson that ministers to your soul and gives you a greater understanding of the words written in the Bible. Like its predecessor (Wife 101), Husband 101 is one of my favorite reads in the last twelve months. Couples 101 cannot be released soon enough!

  • OOSA
    2018-09-30 23:27

    And He Shall too Learn…Eric and Amber are now a happy newlywed couple making the best of their marriage. Eric is faced with some tough obstacles as he maintains ownership of Hayes & Ross Realty. More than he anticipated. In the meantime, Eric believes that he has control of his actions in life until he further discovers himself after enrolling in the Husband 101 course offered at church. The course teaches Eric many important aspects to maintain a healthy marriage. In the midst of understanding his actions, Eric finds himself in a situation that could have terrible results and change his life forever. Will Eric understand and apply the lessons learned in the Husband 101 class?“Husband 101,” the sequel to “Wife 101” by A’ndrea J. Wilson is a remarkable novel that will absolutely gain attention from readers. Yes, this novel was worth the wait and I look forward to more.Reviewed by: Tekisha

  • Sherryle Jackson
    2018-09-23 00:03

    ( 4.5 stars)Husband 101 by Andrea J. Wilson seamlessly presents two books in one, a captivating contemporary novel and a study guide into the complex characteristics of love. It follows newly-wed husband, Eric Hayes from the Wife 101 novel who is persuaded by his wife to take a class at her church before the birth of their first child. By all intents and purposes, he was a great guy, ambitious, and family-oriented who loved his mother and took care of his responsibility of raising a daughter from a previous relationship. As a result of studying the concept of love in this class Eric learns to examine and ultimately clean up aspects of his life that were detrimental to his relationship with his wife.I love the evolution of this novel. The author took care in not making her story line from this novel or the one previous contrived. This is not the boy-meets-girl-and-all-is-right-in-their-world plot. It is Eric’s good nature that endears you to him, but like many well-intentioned individuals he ignores his better judgment in his personal life and in business and lets ill-conceived notions snowball into a wrecking ball when secrets are revealed. What Eric and Amber go through is real. Left unresolved, the reader feels how each conflict can be a deal-breaker in a marriage. The lessons become a little repetitive as the guiding scriptures written as the chapter headings are repeated and discussed, sometimes in detail in the chapters themselves. I like how it is not immediately apparent if or when Eric will apply what he’s learned to his life. Up to the end, you know the pair still has work to do, and you find yourself examining your own relationship for much needed maintenance. I’m already on board for the counseling Mr. and Mrs. Hayes still may need in a third installment, and the counseling this author can deliver.

  • Tremayne Moore
    2018-10-14 23:24

    I read Husband 101 just 2 days after reading Wife 101. I'll be honest, I was a little nervous reading Husband 101 because this is about us "men." Well, it took me a day and a half to read. Dr. A'ndrea Wilson nailed it on the head when it comes to how men deal with temptation. If I had to add additional Bible verses for us men to read, it would be Proverbs 5 & 7. You'll have to read the book to understand why I would say those two chapters are recommended to men and women who read Husband 101. This book hit home for many reasons: I have met women who are shameless and live to either wreck a home, or to tear down a man's commitment of "being a man and faithful." This is the story of Amber Ross & Eric Hayes during their first year of marriage. Whoever said that the first year of marriage was easy, was lying. This chronicles the good, bad and ugly in the marriage as Eric is attending the Husband 101 class. There were areas where my heart went out to Eric in certain parts of the story and I was able to feel his pain. This was an outstanding book! The only thing that bothered me was the reality of this: when it comes to problems arising in relationships, no one wants to be honest. We want to hold it inside and blame each other for the guilt that lies so deep in us. Mutual understanding is needed in relationships along with the understanding that we all make mistakes and that we always have a heart of agape love and forgiveness.With that said, I look forward to reading her next book entitled Couples 101 (the third book in the series).

  • Te'Amo
    2018-10-02 22:29

    A'ndrea surely didn't let me down with Husband 101. She brought the drama, love, and a little bible study. That Eric, he just had to keep going against his conscience every time. But that's what we as humans do in reality. I appreciate that A'ndrea brought some reality to the story. Everything that happened in this story I could see happening in this real world. That "Jay" was the devil herself. Amber kept it real as always. I like how she kept her comments to herself on some "if you don't have anything nice to say..." but sometimes people need to hear the truth minus the sugar coating. What I appreciate most about Wife 101, Husband 101, and (coming soon) Couples 101, is that although they are stories of fiction you actually get some counseling through them. Things that you should apply in real life. The same things that gets them motivated and thinking in the story are things that we can take away for ourselves. I can't wait until my book club, Exquisite Ladies Book Club, discusses this next month.

  • Teleah Scott
    2018-10-07 23:23

    A'ndrea J. Wilson has become one of my favorite authors overnight. In her Husband 101, I continued to remain fascinated by the struggles and triumphs of couple, Eric and Amber Hayes. I admit that I immediately saw the trouble that was coming for this newly wed couple from the very beginning. Yet still, I was intrigued by the sudden twists and turns that surfaced. I was taken by surprise at one point but that's what I love about this author. I'm so glad that this 3-book series was recommended to me. I had previously read Wife 101, the first book in her series and I gave that a 5 star review as well. I look forward to reading the final book in the series, Couples 101. I'm forever a fan!

  • Ms.Toni
    2018-10-11 23:29

    Not as strong as its predecessor but a worthy read nonetheless.

  • Keke Chanel
    2018-09-30 22:08

    Another great read!!! Ready for Couples 101.

  • J.L. Whitehead
    2018-09-25 20:09

    After reading Andrea Wilson’s Wife 101, admittedly, I was anxious to see what she could contribute to the literary world as a follow up. Would she be able to weave an interesting storyline using the same characters while telling a tale that has that customary nugget of wisdom? In Husband 101, Ms. Wilson doesn’t disappoint.She delivers a story from the male perspective, blending the components of humanity, forgiveness with just the right touch of drama to keep her readers turning the pages. Picking up where Wife 101 ends, the reader finds Eric Hayes struggling to take the real estate company that he owns from residential to commercial. Enter the sultry character of Jacqueline “Jay” Johnson who is in her own right a show-stopping, powerhouse entrepreneur who has more than business on her mind when it comes to Mr. Hayes. Will this woman become the catalyst that undoes the marriage that Eric Hayes has fought so hard to maintain? Only time will tell as you must read the story to find out the truth.We find that Amber Ross-Hayes is still as headstrong now as she was in Wife 101 if not somewhat annoying; but the stage is set purposefully and the intent will be revealed by the stories end.I was more engrossed in the Wife 101 than Husband 101, even though both stories hold their own respectfully. Reading Husband 101 reminds me of cruising down the highway with the sunroof open on a sunny day and then encountering the occasional summer cloudburst that lasts but for a moment. I get to where I want to get to unscathed but slightly soiled, yet I enjoyed the journey all the same.Wilson’s execution of the storyline was velvet smooth and at times pulls on the heartstrings. It reveals man as a well-intentioned, flawed character who means well at times but oftentimes gets in his own way. The story is peppered with mistakes that Eric makes. Most times, the reader can see what is going to happen before he makes them; and at times, you want to shake some good old common sense into him.Wilson’s biblical overtones come across as balanced and not preachy which is essential when you are addressing issues that you wish your audience to glean some type of wisdom from.There are predictable circumstances that arise with outcomes that may come as no surprise to the reader. But in the same vein, there are issues that are addressed that may take the audience by surprise. Hat’s off to A’ndrea J. Wilson for putting together another well-thought out, Christian-based story.

  • Sistar Tea
    2018-10-11 01:24

    What Happens After The Wedding?Eric and Amber Hayes have said, "I do" now the hard work begins. In this installment we follow Eric as he tries to become his own man at the realty company his new bride has set up for him. He doesn't want to live in her shadow. With that being said we read along as he makes crucial mistakes that can kill his marriage. Amber is always in his corner encouraging him to be the best he can be. When the devil walks in and sets her sights on Eric can they withstand the aftermath?As with Wife 101 this is full of inspiring information on a successful relationship. I love this series as it's very insightful and not overly preachy. Even those who are not very religious can relate and learn a great deal. If you are religious you can follow along with your bible. Even though this is "Husband" the message is universal.I can't wait to start the next installment "couples 101" looking forward to the message coming full circle. I love this author's style of writing. A complete message and a great storyline to go with it.SiStar TeaARC Book Club Inc.4.5 star ratingDec review

  • LaShawn
    2018-09-28 02:28

    From Amazon:This is a continuation of Wilson's book, Wife 101. The wife is Amber Ross-Hayes, who we meet as an independent and highly successful businesswoman. She is courted by 2 men, makes her choice and eventually marries Eric Hayes. Husband 101 takes us into Eric's mind/heart as they are newlyweds that are expecting their first child together. The title reefs to a church course that Amber encourages Eric to take and we go through all the newlywed thoughts, feelings, and regrets. Solid sequel to Wife 101, but I must admit I had a tough time getting through this one. I felt like there wasn't much story to tell in this one, as if the 2 books could've been combined into 1?? Or perhaps I just wasn't that interested in Eric's story/perspective? It was a bit of a whirlwind because I wasn't able to connect with Eric...like business was unfinished in the first book? Can't put my finger on it, but I got through it and the message is a GOOD one! All in all, I'd recommend this for those that enjoy fiction with an inspirational message.

  • Mary
    2018-09-27 00:30

    I got a little bored towards the end. not as good as book 1 to me