- Totally Bound Publishing
- Release Date
- April 2017
- Book 1 of Hot Wife
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
When the foundation of their marriage falters, Michael and Tabitha must rediscover what it means for her to be his hot wife.
Tabitha is a hot wife. Not just a sexy wife. A hot wife. A wife allowed to be with other men with the permission of her husband.
Michael couldn't love his wife more. Which is exactly why he shares her with others. Because she's his.
On the cusp of everything they're worked for—years in the making—a shattered promise threatens the foundation of their marriage. A foundation Michael had thought unbreakable until he lets Tabitha down in more ways than one.
Taking her submission for granted could lose him everything he's strived for, and winning back her trust is the only thing that matters.
Aug 18, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
20 people found the following review helpful
Sharing his wife is something Michael enjoys doing, but when work pressures prevent him from reclaiming her, trouble breaks out in paradise.
In OUR RULES, book one in the Hot Wife series, author Jennifer Kacey tells the story of a kinky couple who enjoy a special bond. The opening scenes are steaming hot as Tabitha embraces adventures as a submissive hot wife with a stable of partners.
This is the first time I have ever read about the hot wife scenario in erotic fiction, but I think the author did an excellent job in setting the foundations that this was an agreed upon activity. The opening scene with Wes was probably one of the hottest things I've read in quite awhile.
As the story developed, I knew there would have to be some sort of plot twist to make the story unfold. I thought it would be something predictable like partner jealousy, but the author added a different angle. While I enjoyed it, the characters didn't seem as powerful once I discovered the main plot. However, seeing the vulnerable side of the characters did add an element of depth that would have otherwise been missing.
I walked away wanting to know more about Wes and his situation, rather than focusing on Michael and Tabitha. I enjoyed the intensity, but it wasn't quite what I had expected.
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