Derek Fortune considers himself the luckiest of men when his girlfriend Carly married him. He knews she has issues, but he’s confident he has been making headway. After all, what girl wouldn’t get a serious boost at having landed an eligible bachelor like him? Not that he’s bragging, mind you.
That’s why he’s devastated when he accidentally read a passage in Carly’s diary to find out he’s apparently made no progress at all. Carly’s deep-seated insecurity, born of childhood abuse, continues to eat at her, making her doubt everything. He’s afraid that it would soon poison his marriage.
Which he couldn’t let happen. He loves her, but does he love her enough to pit her salvation against his own demons? Could he swallow his pride and ask his cousins for help? Even if his cousins agreed, would Carly consent to this unorthodox solution?
Product Warnings: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, voyeurism and public sex exhibition, some spanking and D/s, and group sex with m/f/m/m/m pairing and triple penetration.
A Review by Beckey
This was an interesting take on how to combat on ones self persona… when in doubt go ask your cousins for some assistance even it means HUGE risk… But to prove something you and your already know… but at what costs… Very little story line (wish there was more…) and whole lotta yeah.. (read the warning… Yes there is a bunch of that …) overall a 3 star read since it lacked a solid story line… concept was there but execution lacked in my opinion,
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