Lara finds truth and inner strength when she sets out to fulfill her husband’s fantasy.
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Lara’s husband wants to swap partners. She thought her husband, David, was happy until he demanded that they try swinging. He insists it will bring them closer together.
Her friends suggest she embrace the lifestyle and enjoy herself.
Lara believes she is willing to do anything to keep her marriage together. Instead, she finds herself drifting away from her husband. Changing partners may be exciting and satisfying, but is it enough?
Dare she demand more?
Lara is Book 2 of the Wednesday Wives Club
Four wives begin journeys of self-discovery as they attempt to fulfill their husbands’ fantasies.
Ella (Book 1)
Lara (Book 2)
Alisa (Book 3)
Brenna (Book 4)