The only thing holding them together now is their
love for each other, and even that is becoming questionable.
To save the marriage, and the family they’ve already started, Flynn and Aria come up with an unconventional solution to help them find what’s missing in their relationship.
The only problem is doing so involves rediscovering themselves completely, even if it requires them to be unfaithful.
Can a marriage survive
when vows are broken, or will chance encounters prove they’ve been missing out all-along?
Fulfill your deepest Desires
Give in to Temptation
This book – WOW!
“It’s the little things that are missing in our relationship. It’s like he’s gotten comfortable and forgotten that I also have desires. We’re not in this together anymore. I feel alone even when he’s near.”
Aria and Flynn Roberts were high school sweethearts that got pregnant young and got married young. They were all each other really knew. Flynn came from a family in which his parents were happily married and more in love than ever. Aria’s parents were divorced. Her father had a new family and wasn’t in the picture. Her mother made choices that put a wall up between her and Aria.
Aria and Flynn may have grown up together, but they didn’t grow together. Every married couple has choices to make and some times those choices can make or break the marriage. Life throws challenges and it’s how you deal with those challenges (as a couple and as individuals) that can decide your future. Neither of them are perfect and they’ve both made bad decisions individually and as a couple.
As I was reading this book I could honestly see this unfolding for just about every married couple I know. Jennifer knows how to write to make you think. She knows how to make you feel. This book has it all! Absolutely amazing! I can’t wait for the next book in this series!
I knew all along the problems were more with me.
Something was wrong inside my head. I felt like I wasn’t control of my own wants and needs.
I couldn’t trust.
I couldn’t allow myself to be satisfied by him because of that.
I wanted more because I’d let those feelings cloud what was important.
I pushed him away so that I didn’t have to feel betrayed and dirty.
I had such elusive fantasies to hide the fact that I was jealous he got to expericne more than me.
None of this was about being a nymphomaniac. I’d slept with one man for my whole life. I’d stuck it out, even when my heart was torn apart. I’d done all of those things because I knew he was the only one for me, yet I was unable to grasp how to accept his flaws, and get past them. I wanted to believe that he wanted to cheat all the time because it was easier for me to do that then accept he hadn’t wanted me. Maybe I was the bad one all along.
Jennifer Foor is an award winning Contemporary Romance Author. She’s best known for the Mitchell Family Series, which includes ten books.