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Review: THE GROUP SEDUCTION by Wendy S. Marcus

I can honestly say I have never read a book like The Group Seduction by Wendy S. Marcus before. I am still not sure what I think about Annabella’s decision to seduce her husband in the company of others, but it sure made the story interesting. The story is a very accurate portrayal of what can happen between busy spouses with children and jobs if communication is not maintained. Women, whether we want to admit it or not, need that physical intimacy from our spouse and it’s one of the ways we feel loved and cherished.

GroupSeduction-coverThe Group Seduction is a fun short story that had me daydreaming about what it would be like to surprise my husband like Bella did for Jack. Many non-fiction readers don’t realize that you can improve your marriage from reading romantic fiction. I have done the same things Bella has and when I read her doing it to Jack I was kicking myself because I saw it from a different perspective. Reading this story has made me more conscious of how my actions and words affect my husband.

I was a little worried about what The Group Seduction would be like. I like hot, passionate romance, but not group sex. If you are worried about this as well, don’t be. There is no group sex and no watching anyone. It is all personal between spouses only. The Group Seduction is a book about reuniting spouses intimately that have drifted apart and need that intimacy back into their lives. Wendy does a fantastic job with this story and with the characters. I can only imagine how hard it is to provide depth to a short story, but she did a great job and I felt satisfied in the end. If you are looking for a hot, romantic, creative and fun short story, check out The Group Seduction.

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About the Book:

Title: The Group Seduction
Author: Wendy S. Marcus
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing
Release Date: November 19, 2013
Category: Contemporary Romance
Source: ARC received from Author

Book Summary:

To reignite the spark in her marriage, a 39-year-old, plumper-than-she-d-like-to-be, mother of three enlists the assistance of three similarly sexless, many-years-married Bunco buddies to stage a seduction of their husbands – in time for the holidays. A group seduction…not to be confused with group sex!

3 comments

  1. Edie Ramer

    It sounds like a fun story!

  2. Wendy S. Marcus

    Thanks for this great review, Amy!

    1. Amy

      Anytime, Wendy!

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