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A celibate husband and wife are the two most dangerous people on Earth....

Neil and Anya Meadows are stuck in a sexless marriage. Anya suffers from a hormonal disorder that leaves her with no sex drive at all, while Neil has a voracious sexual appetite. After one unfulfilling encounter too many, they make a deal: Neil will be allowed to have a mistress, but only for oral sex and only twice a month. And he's forbidden to fall in love with her.

Things don't exactly work out as planned. Neil and his mistress, Danielle, have a child together, and all of them - Anya, Neil, Danielle, the new baby, and Neil and Anya's daughter - decide to live together as Houston's most complicated blended family. The tension builds as each is forced to make difficult choices, as well as to come to terms with the past - and the future.

Fast-paced, provocative, and sexy, My Husband's Girlfriend explores issues of morality, emotional ties, family, love, and monogamy, and is an eye-opening novel about the complexity of modern love.

©2006 Cydney Rax (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • Shaunta
  • FORT WORTH, TX, US
  • 01-12-16

...just ok...

This book was very slow moving, I found myself saying (throughout the entire book) "hurry and get to the point". The storyline was okay but the author just went on and on and on about the same thing. I found that the ending somewhat of a let down, because there was no resolution to the problem.

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Sorry read

Could a woman be that stupid really story just goes on and one. Ugh.. Ugh

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I did not enjoy this book, struggled to finish it!

The title made me purchase this book, there were situations in the book that happened that gave no explanation. For instance, how did she end up giving Neal an STD? who else was Danielle sleeping with? That was never included in the story line. She gave Neal the disease and Neal gave the disease to his wife. But no gave a real reaction. The baby almost choked to death on an object, where did the object come from? Where did Danny run off to when the baby almost died? Anya was hot and cold, her character never stayed the same. She seemed naive. Did she or didn't she believe in God. At the beginning of the book Neal had to convince her to go to church, towards the end it was Anya who now convinced Neal to go to church? Anya never seemed to rake responsibility for how they got in that situation in the first place. The story line was whack, not at all reality.

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