Unbridled: A Memoir tells the story of Barbara McNally’s impulsive liberation.
Everyone believed Barbara was living the American Dream. She married her college sweetheart, sustained him on his rise to success, and seemed to have the perfect husband, the perfect family, the perfect home. Yet, she strayed and her matrimonial cookie crumbled.
Following the lead of her adventurous late grandmother, she sets off to overcome her fears and find her independence. While exploring Ireland, the land of her ancestors, she danced with horsemen, communed with priestesses, and had an erotic encounter in an ancient castle. Along the way she discovers parts of herself that had been missing. Something she’d longed for without knowing it. She tasted freedom and wanted more.
Seeking to discover her inner self, she set off on another kind of adventure — a visit to a hedonistic resort in Jamaica. After an unexpected turn of events took her through the locked gates of a rundown orphanage filled with troubled adolescent girls who were transitioning into women, she realized that she had long ago created her own prison and that she alone held the key.
At times sensual and soulful, helpful and hilarious, Barbara McNally’s remarkable story takes you on a journey of introspection and exploration that leads to unbridled freedom.
There is no greater joy than the adventure of discovering who you really are and then living that life. This memoir tells the story of Barbara McNally’s impulsive liberation, how she got her wings and learned to fly. And, about her pursuit of being original, and open to the joy of expressing herself as a multidimensional woman.
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