Sara's Review: April and the Unthinkable: A story of voyeurism, self-love and a younger man by P
Reviewer Purchase Publisher: Self-Published Released: September 13th 2015 Genre: Erotica Length: 58 Pages Format: eBook Add to Goodreads Buy Links
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April and the Unthinkable - A story of voyeurism, self-love and a younger man.
April believes the perfect life means a perfectly happy husband. But on the first day in their new home, she witnesses something that changes her mind forever. Four (3.5) Boundless Stars
I was provided a copy of April and the Unthinkable in exchange for an honest review. This is a pretty steamy read. On a scale of 1-5 I would give it a solid 3.5. The Author did a fabulous job capturing how a marriage can go from being all sunshine and roses to not. Here she is talking about putting away those dishes you get as wedding an anniversary gifts. "The dinnerware goes from shelf to box to shelf. Rarely used but kept for reasons she cannot clearly explain. It means something. Meant something. Might mean something again in the future, she thinks." I thought that said so much about how relationships change. April is for all intents and purposes a bored house wife in a lack luster marriage. Her husband is inattentive and self absorbed. April is lost, lonely and depressed. All those things in a bored house wife are not good. Especially when the neighbors have a good looking son that is almost 18. This part kinda turned me off. I'm April's age and babies (18 year olds) just don't do it for me.....