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Michelle's Corruption (English Edition) Format Kindle
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Détails sur le produit
- ASIN : B099S7RP4M
- Éditeur : Aphrodite Omnimedia; 1er édition (22 juillet 2021)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 1382 KB
- Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
- Synthèse vocale : Activée
- Confort de lecture : Activé
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The story was really all about the wife's actions after she assumes her husband is having an affair, yet we don't really get any input from him as to what, if anything, is happening although it seems obvious that he isn't cheating. There is a twist in the tail which comes out at the end and disappointingly we find that this story is not going to be concluded in this book.
I think it should have been made plain that this book is only part one of a story. Better still, why not wait until the entire book is finished before publishing, then the reader can have the experience of the whole story?
A great story, but littered with typos and missed words, which isn't something I would have expected from two such good writers as Kristen McC & Kenny W.
Sadly, this isn’t the whole story. It isn’t a cliffhanger, but the fun has only just begun!
This tale is written from the wife Michelle’s POV. She’s worried her husband is cheating, and perfect opportunities arise for Michelle through a recently hired family photographer. Michelle is thoroughly likeable; the husband Clay is an enigma; photographer Wes is a stud; and Michelle’s divorced girlfriend Violet (her husband cheated) provides a boatload of encouragement. What’s not to like?
The characters are well developed and we think we know them until a surprising revelation comes to light. We’re going to have to wait to find out how this affects particularly Michelle.
The story unfolds in a thoroughly plausible way. There are some good insights into long term couples (in this case 20 years) and some truly funny chapters. The seduction chapters are really charmingly written, and you may be surprised by the outcomes - I was.
An enjoyable book from start to finish. It’ll be tough waiting for the sequel.
Lately it’s even heated up, but Michelle frankly doesn’t know what to make of it. Clay has introduced sex toys into their bedroom. While she goes along with and ultimately enjoys it, that and his talking dirty have her wondering what’s really going on with him. Is he bored with her? Does he entertain kinky fantasies? Or is he maybe compensating for an affair?
As Michelle’s mood darkens, it’s easier for her to rationalize her flirtation with a handsome photographer. Yes, she’s a good girl. Yes, it would be immoral. Yes, it would violate her marriage. Yes, it would be reckless. Yes, it's not who she is.
But if her husband is cheating on her, then isn’t it her turn? You can see the maelstrom of her emotions, from thinking this might make them even and married life easier going forward, to fearing the sham their marriage would become.
One thing I like here is Michelle’s finding the prospect of a cuckold husband, one who wants her to cheat, too weird to even contemplate. Who does that? She has to go online to find it’s a thing. It’s far easier for her to frame it as him cheating and her getting revenge. Darker, but it’s in her universe. Her best friend, who eggs her on, divorced her own unfaithful husband.
McCurran has grappled before with the question of whether hotwifing, or any sexual deviation from monogamy, is too big a stretch for most marriages. Readers, don’t try this at home. If you read erotica, it’s too easy to lull oneself into believing we all live in some metaphorical swinger California, where this kind of thing is known, expected, and shrugged at. Most of us don’t, though.
Michelle, considering whether Clay might somehow want her to step out, finds it so alien a concept she can’t grasp it - even though it would give her an out, even though it would make things easier, even though it might work in her marriage. In her mind, that’s not what marriage is about. The very idea shakes her foundations to the core.
McCurran renders a three-dimensional portrayal of Michelle: - sexy English teacher, trim coach, target of another teacher’s flirtation, driving a 12-year-old minivan and hoping the hot water doesn’t run out during her shower.
Up until now she hasn’t dwelled much on passing attractions to other men, or their frequent attraction to her. Even now, entertaining the possibility, she struggles to work through it. We see the whole swirl of her emotions - desire, guilt, shame, anger, wanting to enjoy life - and how that affects, say, deciding what to wear on what isn’t a date, but might be a date, but shouldn’t be a date, but that she, deep down, wants to be a date.