What Wendy Want by Nikki Sex Review
Author: Nikki Sex
Release Date: June 26, 2013
Genre: Erotic Romance
After thirteen years of marriage and three children, Wendy Hayward is bored with sex.
As much as she loves her husband, Frank, Wendy married "Mr. Vanilla." Now she reads nothing but erotic romance on her Kindle and fantasizes about having sex with fictional characters, complete strangers, and tattooed rock stars. Sometimes even the T.V. weatherman looks good.
One fateful day however, her husband grabs the wrong Kindle on the way to work, and discovers some of Wendy's more "interesting' fantasies. Unbeknownst to Wendy, Frank is very keen to fulfill every one of her secret desires. . .
Oh My Gosh, Nikki Sex has done it yet again. This book was sooooo sooo hot! It makes people realize that your partner is not taken for granted. These couple just prove how not paying attention can slip by. They definitely get back on track because they definitely love each other. Frank accidently discover his wife greatest desires that he finally realize that he neglected her. So, Frank use Nikki Sex books as a guide in order to know what turn on his wife. When they finally confessed to each other, it made everything more easier because they both miss each other in a deeper level.
Hey there, I'm Nikki Sex and I write adult romance and erotica.
Yes, you are of course correct, that isn't my real name. I'm a complete coward where my mother is concerned. The "OMG what would Mom think?" is still sitting right there in the back of my mind like another conscience (only an extremely prudish one!) Luckily my mother is in denial. She still thinks I was a virgin when I got married.
I am also a sucker for romance and Happy Ever After, so no matter how dark my stories get, fear not. It always all works out.
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Had Frank and his wife been pretending? Were they both being less than truthful about what they wanted in bed? If that was the case, after thirteen years of marriage, and genuine mutual love, it seemed surprisingly easy to drift apart. A comfortable sort of depressed apathy had silently snuck into their marriage.
I've neglected my wife and our relationship, he thought.
The clarity of that realization was as shocking as jumping naked into a mountain stream when winter snows were melting. He was coming to understand that he could have lost Wendy in the long term. Their loving bond could have simply slipped away.
Adventure, pushing boundaries, and complete honesty - that was where he intended to go with her now. This was his chance to make his marriage better than ever. And why shouldn't it be that way? Frank's chest felt tight when he looked at his wife.
Wendy was the best thing that had ever happened to him.