BLOG TOUR!!! MARITAL BLISSASTER...BY BROOKLYN TAYLOR
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Madison Reid pretended she had everything but inside she was a lost soul. She had an unhappy marriage and spent her days resenting her life. She was lonely and under appreciated. She strived for a life of happiness and to make her forget what she passed up years ago, her dreams.
One woman will fight for her marriage that starts to crumble before her eyes while the other throws it away carelessly.
A friendship between them that they thought would last a life time is changed forever by decisions that can’t be reversed.
Opportunities enter their lives and they have to determine if the risks are worth the rewards.
Can doubt or guilt eat a person alive?
How far would you go to save your marriage?
If you had never truly been loved would you risk it all when you thought you could?
My instinct kicked in and I turned quickly hoping to avoid us making eye contact. I reached for Blake's hand to take me to our room trying to focus on my husband. I was not going to ruin my night with him after what I had just witnessed, selfish or not. He was want I had needed and wanted for days.
“What do you say we take this to my room?”
“I don’t know… I usually don’t let a man I don’t know very well take me to his room. That probably wouldn’t be safe.” I put on a innocent face batting my eyelashes.
“I promise I won’t hurt you. I ensure a safe return.” He smiled a grin informing me he was about to say something that I’m going to want to hear. “In fact, I can pretty much guarantee you the best orgasm of your life that is if you’re up for it? No pressure though.” He smiled and winked at me and I knew I was toast. Thank God I had panties on.
Released June 12, 2015 with Entertwine Publishing.
I am a Texas girl, mother of 2 amazing kiddos and married to my gorgeous soulmate for almost 20 years. I have a full time job in the medical field. I love to spend my free time reading, being outside and playing with my family and 4 fur babies. I started to write at the instinct of ""hey maybe I can do that!"" I have enjoyed every step of the journey. I am blessed to have very supportive friends and family that make my like worth living!