So much for the American Dream…
After twenty years of marriage, successful careers, and two teenage boys, Angie and Mac’s relationship dissolves into disappointment and resentment. Overworked and underappreciated, the toll of their problems fizzles their dream of happily ever after.
Smacked in the face with failure, Steve “Mac” MacKey refuses to give up so easily, and strategizes how to win back his wife. So a plan to confront her by leveraging the boys backfires on him. In the most wonderfully unexpected way.
Angie’s misery in marriage is topped only by her misery without Mac. When she confronts Mac in his office, she learns just how fine that line is between lust and anger. And when she thought her husband couldn’t care any less about her, he sparked a new fire inside her she didn’t know existed . . . that felt so damn good.
Sex may not solve everything, and it’s a far cry from making any real changes, or fixing her emotional roller-coaster.
Can they last that ride long enough to save their marriage, or are their rifts and broken promises too deep to cross?
I was given this book via Mia London Books for an open and honest review. The Opinions shared in this post are purely mine and influenced by nothing other than the book I read.
This was a super cute erotic romance, I found that it showed the perfect real life issues facing relationships all the while keeping a light romance feel. This does have a trigger warning for infidelity in my opinion, so if this affects you please be aware.
Characters: London did an amazing job creating lovable characters. I would be totally happy with a sequel to this and learning more about their lives.
Plot: This was a super quick story that did not leave much space for plot holes or lulls. The pace keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens next. I would absolutely love this book as a series that shows the relationship grow and what happens after the children have grown.
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