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Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Back on Track, by S.E. Holden
New parents Julie and Ray are still in love but since new son Jayden was born, Ray is having a difficult time comprehending that Julie is the same woman he fell in love with. He views her now as a mother first, wife second. His emotions are high strung about inflicting childbirth pain upon her and believes he'll get her pregnant again and fears that outcome.
Julie is so much in love with her husband, and desperately horny. She's physically fit and attractive and ready for some action. She just needs to figure out how to seduce her husband. With the help of her sister, Ann, Julie embarks on a night of temptation by dressing provocatively and having a romantic dinner.
Halfway through the meal and Julie's purposeful sexual acts, Ray realizes she is the woman he wants, needs and desires.
Holden captures the couple's love and desires to perfection. Every married couple can relate to the lack of sexual release after the birth of a child. Experiencing the same circumstances in my life, made me recall how my husband and I communicated this concern. Holden touched the surface with Ray's worry but never had the couple really discuss why he was hesitant. The HEA ending was sweet as Ann brought Jayden home the following morning to discover the duo appreciating each other. Perfect way to wrap up the story and their love.
I recommend this book for erotic and romance fans as well as parents of small children. It will help difficulties of the same dilemma in their relationship.
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