“Look at you,” his eyes scrolled me up and down with contempt.“What’s wrong with me?” I asked, standing before him 20 kilograms overweight, wearing holey pyjamas, hairy legs, and a five-centimetre dull regrowth in the part of my otherwise blonde hair. When Leeza, in her forties, married with two children finds herself separated from her husband unexpectedly, her whole life turns upside down. She IS forced to look at herself. Leeza reflects on her tumultuous life, candidly sharing her wobbly adventures while looking for love. She grew up with an over-protective Croatian father, became an A-grade high school drop-out, lived a "Sex in the City" lifestyle, shed the good Catholic girl image, almost became a domestic violence murder statistic, and travelled the world to run from her past. The Wobbly Woman Memoir Series is poetic and pacey, touching on topics and themes most people find hard to talk about but are relevant to women's lives and contemporary women’s literature.