Judy Baxter is a fine, intelligent, attractive woman with strong business and marketing skills. She was born that way, and she used her feminine charms to achieve her goals in life. She felt constrained in a good marriage. She had two children, whom she loved, but was willing to sacrifice everything to achieve her goals. Plus, she wanted control not only of her life but also of her everyday activities. She wanted fame and fortune. To reach her goals, she had to divorce her loving and loyal husband and children. Her decision was not taken lightly, but it was an easy one for her. She enjoyed and even craved sex. To reach her goals, she had to seduce men in high positions. That was easy. She took control over them by offering her charms and body. She chose wisely and sought to never cause her men any embarrassment or harm. Fortunately for her, she rewarded her men by achieving high levels of success for them in their businesses. Once she had achieved fame and fortune, she once again falls in love and is taken into a whole new world of international arms dealing and terrorism. It wasn’t her choice. She was just there at the time. Her continuing story will grip you. She Said, I Still Want a Divorce is a compelling read that shows how easy it is to be engulfed in life-threatening situations.