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Sunday, June 27, 2010
Review - Learning How to Bend by Wendi Zwaduk
Title: Learning How to Bend
Author: Wendi Zwaduk
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Reviewed by: Brynna
Rating: You Want to Read
Their marriage is about to fall apart, but not if she can help it and he's willing to bend.
Abby Donovan imagined nothing could change her simple life as a librarian. Her loving husband Seth, a mechanic in the Air National Guard, is scheduled to return from a short deployment in Iraq. Before he gets home, a letter arrives. It seems Seth is asking for a divorce. She must decide whether to walk away without a fight or to wait and confront him with the thing he's always dreamed of - a ménage a trois. But all is not as it seems.
Seth Donovan wanted an idyllic life to go along with his career in the military. Then he sees the atrocities of war firsthand. A conversation with a colleague ends up as fodder for the rumour mill and so much more. Seth never wanted a divorce. He wants his wife. Will she accept him despite the rumours and advances from another man? Or can their relationship withstand the turmoil of war?
Contains Light Bondage and a Smoking Hot Ménage a Trois!
Abby Donavan is trying to come to terms with the heartbreaking request for divorce from her husband Seth. She thought their marriage was strong, now everything is about to fall to pieces.
Seth believes the rumors started about his wife and asks for divorce after a terrifying attack on his unit. What he really wants is a quiet life with Abby. She offers him the chance at one of his fantasies and the opportunity to come back into her life. Will they be able to compromise and heal together?
As a reader, I felt I needed more background on Seth. While Abby definitely seems real to the reader, the secondary characters could be more developed. However, Learning How to Bend delivers plenty of heat with heart. I think this is one you'll want to read.