Jennifer Johnson is your average American woman who just so happened to marry the handsome wealthy son of a Midwest department store magnate. Not too long ago she was stuck in a cubicle, love-lorn and addicted to Cinnabon frosting, now she has her Prince Charming and all she could have dreamed of. But as the wedding bells fade, Jennifer quickly learns that the grass on this too-manicured other side is not as green as she thought. After a honeymoon from hell at a gated Christian Resort in the Virgin Islands - bought and paid for by the in-laws and complete with alcohol-free drinks, curfews and joy-ga (satan-free yoga) - Jennifer finds herself in all too bizarre new life. Soon she's organizing Valentine's Day Abstinence dances with her mother-in-law's church committee, sewing size 4 tags into all of her clothing because she can't possibly reveal the truth to her husband, and dining with a Trophy Wives club with their own theories about how to hold on the their men. There must be more to life than this? "Jennifer Johnson is Sick of Being Married" is a laugh-out-loud, no-holds barred lesson about the "good life" and how getting what you want most might just be the worst thing for you.