Commitment (Temptation, #5) by K.M. Golland
Sizzling power couple, Bryce and Alexis — from the Temptation novels — help bring sexy back to their friend’s lacklustre thirteen-year marriage.
Natasha Jones loves her life, her husband and their two young sons. She works hard both at home and as an Events Supervisor at City Towers. But when a relationship with her work colleague unexpectedly progresses, Tash begins to question whether or not her marriage has passed its ‘Use by’ date.
Dean Jones is a numbers man but has no idea that his number could be up where his marriage is concerned. Never one to really speak his mind, he has always opted to just go with the flow in order to keep his wife happy.
Passion, intimacy, and communication have taken a backseat to demanding careers, a mortgage, and family life, and it’s not until Tash and Dean stand to lose everything they have built together that the spark between them begins to flicker again.
And boy does it flicker ...
and ignite ...
and nearly burn the entire neighbourhood down!
Can Tash and Dean keep this newly lit flame alive and save their marriage? Or will temptation make the commitment seem too much to bear?
This will probably be that book that so many women will be able to relate to and hopefully laugh at and along with and at themselves. The woes and tales of Tash and her marriage. It's funny, but it's not. It's romantic, but it's not. It's sexy, but it's not. It's real life, dude. This is super sassy and actually all of the aboves with or without the nots. Did that confuse you?
What Golland did was grab onto something real and wrote about it. And wrote it WELL. Added in her humor, her seriousness, her talent of storytelling, and her love of shoes.
The moral of the story is NEVER GET MARRIED.