Stories of Married Women
Original title: Historias de mujeres casadas

Stories of Married Women

Original title: Historias de mujeres casadas

A sincere and contemporary novel about marriage, friendship, desire, and love.

Gabriela is a married woman with a husband she loves. Adores, even. A man who begs for sex once a month. And because she does adore her husband, because she does love him, she gives it to him, even though she doesn’t desire him. But every morning, Gabriela sees a stranger, a man she does desire, incomprehensibly. Gabriela is a journalist and works in the editing room with two friends, Silvia and Cósima, women she’s become deep and close friends with. Like Gabriela, they too are keeping little secrets from their husbands.

Highlights Stories of Married Women


Finalist of the Planeta Prize 2022. 

A tale that will draw in many readers, who will feel identified with the stories, incidents, and rending realism composed in a seemingly blithe tone, that nonetheless examine the most delicate and painful moments in a person’s life.

A journey into the private lives of contemporary women. Part Sex and the City, part Woody Allen, Stories of Married Women describes the daily lives of women with naturalness and humor.

Cristina Campos triumphed with her first novel, Poppy Seed Lemon Bread, which sold more than 250,000 copies across a variety of formats. It was translated into ten languages and was made into a successful film directed by Benito Zambrano. 

Option publishers

Hermes (Bulgaria), Faro Editorial (Brasil), Angle Editorial (Catalan), Éditions Charleston (France), Blanvalet (Germany), Giunti (Italy), Obuolys (Lithuania), Czarna Owca (Poland), Marcador (Portugal), Eksmo (Russia).

Technical data

Publishing date: | 464 pages | ISBN: 978-84-08-26561-0 | Imprint: Editorial Planeta

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