The book contains mainly women’s status in the society—how helpless and insecure they are while abused by men either at home or at work all along and wherever. They need respect and proper value as a part of human society. In this book, there are three women in total from different cultures and different countries. Maria, the first one, establishes herself along with her husband, Joseph, and a son, apparently going through all necessary steps to be taken and all efforts to survive in a new culture in a foreign land and eventually becoming unhappy in the conjugal life, losing her love consequently. Cathy, the second young woman, loses her boyfriend and her love to the chains of social status and family matters along with the economic status, which happened to be in the Western society. The last one story is about Rekha who gives up her happiness and her desires, even making love to her husband, to the demands of the family duties to be performed in the groom’s family. Cathy has been compared to a pet cat needing love, attention, comfort, and shelter in the bosom of her lover. Maria’s lifestyle changes in terms of her husband’s change in behavior, like the other foreign lady in the story she met.