Saturday, February 14, 2015

Somebody's Wife by Jasmine Haynes

The Jackson Brothers #3
This book is HOT. Connie wants another child. Marcus promised when they were dating that they would have a large family. But ever since his older brother died, Marcus has changed. He's not the man Connie married. She needs to get through to him. She visits a sex shop in another town and buys something to spice up their life.  Will it work and bring her husband back to her?

I loved this book. It shows that you should always communicate with your spouse.

From the author:
A family marked by tragedy...

Three years ago, Lou Jackson, eldest son, died in a work accident. And nothing has been the same since for the Jacksons. They lost their heart and soul the day Lou died, even as matriarch Evelyn tries to keep them together. But things are changing and the family will either find their way back to each other. Or they’ll be torn asunder.

Connie Jackson wants another baby, but her husband no longer desires her. She’s beginning to suspect he’s having an affair. Once the woman with the smartest kids, the happiest home, and the best marriage, now she’s just somebody’s wife whose husband is cheating on her.

There’s only one thing to do. Connie’s going to have to seduce her husband back into her bed.

Mitch Jackson loves his wife too much to ever look at another woman. But his brother’s death has taught him that life can fall apart in the blink of an eye, and the fear of leaving his family defenseless if he’s gone has robbed him of a decent night’s sleep for the last three years. And now his wife wants another child they can’t afford.

When Connie pulls out all the stops, she becomes the seductress he can’t resist. Mitch has only one option, but if Connie ever finds out, it will mean the end of their marriage.

The scent of Connie’s flowery lotion seeped into the hall. Inside, only one bedside lamp was lit, throwing the corners of the room into shadow and delicately lighting his wife’s profile. Even after ten years of marriage and two kids, she took good care of herself. Some women went to pot, but not Connie. She was as gorgeous as the day he married her. More so, in fact. Those few hated extra pounds she’d never been able to shed after pregnancy gave her luscious curves and perfect breasts with the most enticing pair of nipples.
One leg raised to the stool at her vanity, she smoothed cream into her skin, long strokes along her calves, up her thigh, then back again. He watched, mesmerized by the silk of her skin in the soft lamplight and the rhythmic caress of her fingers. The lace thing she wore barely covered her butt cheeks, and her hair cascaded over her shoulder and down her arm.

She smiled at him. “Did you fall asleep out there, honey?”

He’d missed her smile. “What are you wearing?”

“Don’t worry, I didn’t just buy it. I was cleaning out my drawers this afternoon and ran across it.” She dropped one leg to the floor, then raised the other and started the creaming procedure all over again.

They hadn’t made love in two months. Almost three. He remembered it like a jailed man remembers his last taste of freedom. His mom had taken the kids after one of the barbecues, and the minute the door was closed, the curtains pulled, and the house silent, Connie unzipped his shorts and climbed on top of him right there in the front room.

He’d come after four fast, hard strokes inside her luscious body. His c**k filled out his jeans. He’d slept well that night, really well.

Christ, he loved that she loved sex. When they were younger, it was anytime anywhere they could manage it. A little risk had made it even better.

After ten years and two kids, they’d grown past that stage. But Connie hadn’t stopped liking sex.

He hadn’t stopped either despite his constant worries. He wanted her now.

ebook 135 pages
Published February 16th 2013 by Smashwords Edition (first published February 15th 2013)

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