NOW AVAILABLE : eBook only $ 1.99 and paperback
Selected by Kindle Press through the Kindle Scout program
A story about navigating the hazards of sex and marriage:
Sonia, thrown by a broken mid-life marriage, flees to Sweden to stay with her friend Inge. Forty-nine, a professional woman in Washington, D.C., she’s run the gamut from open relationships to an attempt at a normal marriage with Ben. She’s failed to get love, sex, and respectability lined up.
Inge’s had her own take on “normal,” having been a Swedish trophy wife in America. Her brother Ammon sparks Sonia’s bruised heart with tormenting temptation.
By chance, Sonia brings the answer to a family secret.
You will like this story if you liked Ingmar Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage. It also fits among stories of divorce and recovery (Abigail Thomas’ What Comes Next and How to Like It; Cheryl Strayed’s Wild; Camille Pagan’s Life and other Near-Death Experiences; and Debbie Macomber’s A Girl’s Guide to Moving On). It joins a trend toward uninhibited descriptions of sex.