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A woman's earth-shattering encounter with her best friend's supremely well-hung lover sets her on a quest to reassert her sexual power. But how long will her pliant, poorly endowed husband be willing to go along for the ride? Is it really in his nature to play the willing cuckold or is his resentment building? A portrait of a very modern marriage.

©2011 Alex Hathaway (P)2012 Fanny Press, an imprint of Coffeetown Enterprises, Inc.

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Beautiful!

It's a sweet and heart melting story! At the same time it is very informative and insightful. Love it the story and wisdom comes with. I can help to have a better understanding of dynamic relationship between couples! Thank you for such an amazing work!

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Unintentionally Hilarious

Besides the fact that the author uses the word "well" at least 20 times too many, and that I hate cheryl's character, the narrator made me laugh so many times with her characterization of each person in the story.