In Oops I Forgot My Wife, Doyle Roth puts his 30-plus years of counseling experience into the story of a guy named Mitch. A guy who is so bad at "husbanding" that he wakes up one morning king of an empty castle. On the brink of divorce, he learns what love is really all about. Told through the exchange of emails, Mitch's story is about real marriage, flaws and all. It's not pretty or sanitized, but if you're willing to examine your own heart you'll see the truth in it and benefit greatly from his story. In this abridged audio version of the original book, professional actors breath life into Roth's art-imitating-life tale of mariage, self-centeredness and commitment. Listen in as Mitch, Stacy, Gerry, and the other characters in this audio book struggle with the issues of fidelity, intimacy, spirituality, God, and what it means to be a man and woman in holy matrimony. The main character, cowboy-turned-preacher Carter, is performed with sincerity and authenticity by the author.