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Trailer Park Wives The Double-Wide Edition
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In part two of Trailer Park Wives, the double-wide edition, answers arrive at the same time that new questions emerge. Samantha Jacobs, who’s still busy in Hazard, selling Oxycontin, gets worried when Dwayne takes off on his own. What she finds when she goes looking for him sends her on a new kind of journey. Back home, Deena is giving the performance of her lifetime as mother-of-the-year while the caseworkers watch and judge her from the other side of the one-way mirror. Lettie begins to learn more than she ever wanted to about Joe’s secrets, and Cierra, well, she gets an unexpected visitor to the Club, and what’s a girl to do when things end badly? By the time the wives find out how–and why–Anne Marie ended her life, they’ve learned a whole lot of other things about their dear friend . . . secrets become known, and they long for the days when Anne Marie, their dear friend, was still above ground and living life with them in the grimmest trailer park in Ohio.
Part Three: Trailer Park Wives -- The Triple-Wide Edition
Trailer Park Wives gets the triple-wide treatment
In part three of Trailer Park Wives, a new family moves onto the lot where Anne Marie’s trailer used to stand. There’s a nice, new, reconditioned doublewide trailer on the lot at 2354 Tulip Trace Drive, and Deena hopes she can be friends with the housewife.
But when the Bergen–or is it Snuffy?–clan moves in, Deena can’t tell who’s the wife . . . is it Roxanne Bergen, mother of eight-year-old twins, Desiree and Max, four-year-old Makayhla, and her two-year-old foster child Alex Witherspoon, or is it Adelaide, a hot mess and the mother of infant baby Joy?
No matter, Deena finds out things about this family that cause her concern, but there are other things going on in the trailer park, things that occupy the wives’ thoughts and cares and concerns, which is just par for the course in Ohio’s grimmiest and ugliest trailer park.