New novel: What’s Mine Is Yours (A Wife-Sharing Romance)
What is Sean supposed to do with that?
When Sean Ruskin’s marriage collapses, Henry Robinson, a guy who he works with, offers him a room in his home. With no one else to turn to and nowhere else to go, Sean accepts… only to meet Henry’s beautiful, flirtatious wife, Michelle. But things get complicated when Sean learns about the couple’s wife-sharing fantasy.
Knowing only too well how painful it can be to find his wife in bed with another man, will Sean be able to resist Michelle? Or is this exactly what he needs to snap himself out of his own funk?
This is another wife-sharing romance, but I think slightly unusually it is told from the boyfriend’s point of view. In this case, the boyfriend is the best friend of the husband, and for a number of reasons, he is a little alarmed at the idea that his friend might want him to date his wife — and concerned that it might cause unwanted conflict between them.
Originally when I was writing this story I had the concept in mind of a buddy wife-sharing story. Like a buddy cop movie where a partnership takes on the bad guys, this would have two guys exploring the wife-sharing kink together, albeit from slightly different perspectives. So in this book, the relationship between the husband and his friend is arguably more important than the relationship between the boyfriend and the wife.
As the story was developing, it did change direction somewhat, and as a result there will definitely be a sequel, and it should be along relatively soon — at least two thirds of it is already written. The sequel, called What’s Yours Is Mine, will look at the relationship of Sean, the narrator in the first book, and his wife after Sean’s views on marriage and monogamy are irreversibly changed by his experiences with Henry and Michelle in the first book. I’ve pencilled it in for a January release.
In the mean time, I do hope you enjoy What’s Mine Is Yours, and if you get a chance to post a review on Amazon after you’ve read it, that will be enormously helpful to other readers and your grateful author.
Thanks for reading,