Imagine on honeymoon, lulled by sultry heat and the promise of a lifetime's happiness, you discover a shocking secret about your husband. But instead of destroying you, the knowledge brings freedom; the freedom to bare your soul, explore your deepest desires, and discover what you really want. The Bride Stripped Bare is the story of a passionate sexual awakening, as erotic as it is dangerous....
I tad navel gazing but well written and nicely delivered in a dead pan that matches the narrative. Well worth a listen.
For fans of Fifty Shades of Grey; the author of sensational best seller The Bride Stripped Bare returns with a powerful tale of marriage and desire.'"There's something incredibly erotic about a woman" - his voice drops into breath, he can barely say it - "bound. Hidden," he continues. "Wrapped. Think of Heloise and Abelard. Unwrapping themselves, all their clothes, their known lives - for each other, no one else. The cheongsam...will you wear it? For me?"You nod your obeyance...'You remember a man whose only pleasure was in giving.
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Nikki Gemmell's concluding instalment is a modern-day version of Lady Chatterley's Lover, set in Notting Hill, involving a banker's wife and the gardener of a local communal garden. It begins by describing with scorching honesty and delicious cheekiness a couple in the thick of marriage - people who still fancy each other rotten, and how they find a way of keeping the sex aflame amid the demands of work/family/life. And yet this wife, safe within her marriage, is bursting with unfulfilled desire. Unfulfilled, that is, until the communal gardener enters, and their affair accelerates to its tense, shuddering conclusion.