This collection combines all three installments of the Hannah Wilde's confessional cuckolding trilogy. Written in a unique confessional style, these short stories takes the form of an e-mail written from "your" long term girlfriend, fiancé, or wife coming clean after a filthy weekend with other men.
"Your Cheating Girlfriend": After discussing the idea of letting her flirt with her coworkers in California over the weekend, you’ve been left in the dark; texting and calling with hardly a response as she parties the night away. But is harmless flirting that all that happened?
You open your email this morning and your heart skips a beat as she begins to confess the story of a wild threesome with her boss Adam and his hot friend.
You said it was okay, but is this really what you wanted? It’s hard to admit how much the jealousy turns you on as you’re drawn deeper into her filthy confession.
"Your Cheating Fiance":
You finally confessed the secret desire for your fiancé to sleep with other men, but now that she’s off in Vegas for the bachelorette party you’re worried that she might be taking things farther than you expected. Did she sound strangely out of breath during that phone call, or was it just your imagination?
You’re darkest suspensions are confirmed when you receive an email from her detailing the weekends elicit encounters, culminating in a threesome between Thomas, the wealthy black real-estate agent, and Brian, the handsome male stripper.
With the wedding just a few weeks away, you’re now forced to grapple with these confusing feelings of jealous and arousal. You hate to admit it, but your fiance’s nasty weekend of cheating might be exactly what you’d hoped for all along.
©2014 Hannah Wilde (P)2014 Hannah Wilde
For the type of book that is I give it a 6 over all a 3
I think it was the second story, where she is talking to her boyfriend on the phone and all the while she was with two guys during the conversation, with him none the wiser.
As a guy I thought she narrated the book very well, and her voice and tone is very believable.
no over a couple of days.
I liked the stories, but did not like they all started the same way, it would have been nice to change up the beginning of the stories plots.
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