by Q.B. Tyler
Publication Date: May 24, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Women’s Fiction
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“I was in a relationship with two men and neither were giving me up.”
That thought flashed through Charlotte’s brain like a bright neon light as she followed her husband out of her marriage counselor’s office.
The office where she’d sat twice a week as she tried to repair the glaring problems in her marriage.
The marriage that she’d fought hard to save to a man that wasn’t fighting alongside her. She’d been lied to, ignored and used as a pawn to climb his ladder to success. Charlotte was broken, not just her marriage.
But, then she met Dr. Montgomery and everything changed.
They say love is patient and kind of course, but what happens when that love comes at the cost of everything?
Love was a force that took no prisoners when it decided to strike and Charlotte had been hit—hard.
By a man that wasn’t her husband.
By the very man who was supposed to save her marriage.
I don’t read cheating and adultery books, they are one of my triggers for sure. But the plot of this book was intriguing and I couldn’t pass it up.
This book is told in Charley ‘s POV. Which at some points I found inconvenient, BUT I found there is a reason for it.
Charley is in a bad marriage. Nothing too traumatic, husband just ignores her, doesn’t want sex or children and so on. So she and her husband Matt are in therapy.
Enter the therapist Will. Will is supposed to get these two people back together. But he falls for Charley. And does the one thing he shouldn’t, he bangs his client.
So I enjoyed this book way more than I thought. But I have to say Charley was childish in some parts. She had a lot of growing up to do, and she sucks with making decisions. But once she finally decides, wow, she turned into a powerful woman.
This book has triggers. And ends on a cliffhanger. Surprise!
ABOUT Q.B. TYLER
Write. Wine. Work. Repeat.
A look inside the mind of a not so ex-party girl’s escape from her crazy life. Hailing from the Nation’s Capital, Q.B. Tyler, spends her days constructing her “happily ever afters” with a twist. Romantic comedies served with a side of smut and most importantly the love story that develops despite inconvenient circumstances.