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One Final Attempt

3.47 of 5 stars 3.47  ·  rating details  ·  47 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Simon said some really hurtful things to his wife, and now she won’t forgive him. She’s even asking for a divorce. A divorce! She won’t talk to him, so he can’t even apologize properly. So, what’s a husband to do?

Reese wakes up the next day to find herself handcuffed to the bed. She has no choice but to listen to him.

Intent on proving to her that he really does love her an
Kindle Edition, 47 pages
Published (first published December 21st 2010)
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I won this book on a comment contest at Coffee Fueled Erotica, but it's not the first I've read from this talented author! I love Emma Hillman's Curve Happy series. It's so refreshing to read about voluptuous women having great sex.

Of course, that's not how things start out.

Let's face it, marriage is never a walk in the park. Once the romance is gone, life becomes very ordinary and routine, we tend to take our partners for granted. That's exactly what Simon does. When a little fight between him
Short and sweet, but it didn't quite live up to its promise. Although the hero said that he was sorry and that he loved the heroine's body, we didn't really get to see his appreciation for her shape. Given the fact that this was the whole premise of the story, it would have been nice if this had played a more prominent role, especially in the sex scenes. It was also desperately in need of an epilogue to wrap up some of the plot points, and show how their relationship had grown.

I bought this in m
The story made no sense at all. The hero was suppose to be in love with his wife yet I saw nothing like that in the story.

Things suddenly came out of left field and ended suddenly. (unable to have children, drawing and light BDSM)

I did get some enjoyment out of it but to me it was a waste of money.

I can only hope that the author will get help with editing to tighten the flow of further stories. She does have talent but needs more assistance in her goal as a successful author.
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Emma Hillman has been writing stories in her head ever since she can remember. When the Internet started and she realized she could type them up and share them with the world, she knew she'd found her calling.

These days she divides her days between a full-time job, her lovely daughter, a cat who meows at 6am every day for his breakfast, and a dog who chases after flies.

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