Possibly the antidote that will settle and save many marriages in this faithless world is simply that the partners mind their own business. But Ben’s lustful appetite, paired unfortunately with Jane’s frigidity, set the shame stage for flesh infidelity. Enter Holly, a painter whom spurned Ben and was thus assaulted by the tempestuous man. She soon turned their life into a lust triangle after attempting to destroy his life in an act of vengeance. Jane, unable to live in peace with her own husband (and unknowing of the growing tension on her own farm), thinks herself capable of settling the disturbed household of a friend. While she’s gone, the inevitable happens—but in a way that will surprise the most cautious reader as much as it surprises Ben and Holly . . . as their shame, sins, and degradations lead them hopelessly to permanent passion remorse!
Claire Miller thought she and Rod had a perfect marriage. They were young attractive, full of life and love—the envy of their suburban friends. For them, two wasn’t just company: it was all they needed. Or so Claire wanted to believe. Then one day a third influence entered their quiet world and Claire was shocked to discover a side of her husband’s character she hadn’t known existed. Disillusioned and bitter, She sought sexual revenge with the first man who excited her. Only then did Claire discover the strange fires burning within herself . . .