- File Size: 424 KB
- Print Length: 312 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: KW Publishing (November 9, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 9, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077BV7YCC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,163 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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We get a voyeuristic view of a cheating wives fall from grace. The angst is all there just waiting to be read by both Travis and us readers. I felt like a participant in discovering how Annie was first tempted than seduced then a co conspirator in her infidelity.
The seduction that Rick does to annie is deliciously and tantalizingly slow ...but not as slow as you may think...
The story progresses at a snails pace but with shocking revealations generously sprinkled through out. It took me about 7 hours to read straight thru. I fell in love with Annie and Travis.. Rick well he's the a typical dick with a desire for married woman.
But S the story progresses I did a lot of "oh dam he or she didn't just do that!" So they get 5 stars for creating a scenario a bit different than most.
Kirsten McCurran, who wrote Annie’s diary entries, carefully weaves in the sex while looking regarding things the way a woman would. There’s detailed attention to the relationship and each encounter with her lover Rick, plus agonizing over what she’s doing. She’s a good girl who’s done everything right in life; she’s never really crossed the line before.
What she has or hasn’t done before is a question in Travis’ mind. To what extent does she enjoy attention from men not her husband? Her affair brings long-buried things to the surface. Rick is not a jerk; he’s someone an intelligent and principled woman like Annie might plausibly go for, and as he works her over time he probes into what she really wants.
I’m of two minds whether Wright succeeds in distinguishing this from his other books by making it about cheating rather than consensual swinging and hotwifing. He says he doesn’t like the “burn the bitch” resolution for cheating wives - depicting their severe comeuppance. Fair enough. He moves so far in the other direction that it seems to diminish the sexual tension; if Travis likes it that much, how bad is it really? The story, though, redeems itself in that department by Wright’s framing it as a flashback once Travis is in therapy afterwards. No spoilers here, but there is a price for all of this and the couple faces a reckoning.
Travis early on realizes he’s rooting for her to succeed in cheating, meanwhile using ingenious ways to track what she’s doing. He exhibits some pro forma angst about it, but really no more than the hotwife husbands Wright typically writes about.
The angst here comes from Annie, torn between lust and guilt, still loving her husband while, inch by inch, letting herself be swept off her feet by a new and dominating lover.