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A Life Less Monogamous by Cooper S. Beckett
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really liked it

A Life Less Monogamous is a book of fiction literature that touches on the topics of the discovery of a non-monogamous relationship and the ups and downs that the lifestyle might deliver. I am someone who does not like to be locked in a box when it comes to choices. I like to investigate in areas that are foreign to me and try to be open to things that seem interesting.

This is a very good book if you are a vanilla too alternative lifestyles, specifically in relationships and sex. It has some interesting and pulse pounding scenarios that will at the least cause you to be conflicted in your thoughts, yet penetrable into your forbidden comfort zones.

My only downside to the book is I think the narration by the author was too demonstrative for a lack of a better word. I just think coming from his perspective it comes off a little to impressionable and leading. I would of loved to have another outsider with a non-bias tone deliver the dialogue of the male character.

I think if I actually read the book instead of listen to the audiobook, it might of had more of a personal impact.

If your mature enough to be open minded this book is damn good.

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Reading Progress

March 19, 2019 – Started Reading
March 27, 2019 – Finished Reading
March 29, 2019 – Shelved

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