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    Ben Boswell wrote a similar tome titled “7 Dates”. Boswell’s book is good. This is better. A white couple are at dinner with the husband’s friend, Mark, who is divorced and happily single. Mark bets the wife, Ellen, who has very little dating experience, that if she goes on just 10 dates she will conclude being single is better than being married. Bet accepted. Mark arranges each date. The story has a nice and logical progression with the wife getting friskier and looser from one date to the next - with the husband’s permission. As Ellen goes on her 10 agreed-to dates repeating the same man only twice; there is a natural real life progression in intensity, eroticism (two kissses - first date, necking in the park - new man second date, adventurous at a dinner, to hot sex in a hotel) with Ellen’s and hubby’s thoughts, emotions and desires shared with the reader in believable fashion. The dialogue is much improved in this book, primarily because there is a decent amount of erotic language this time. This is neither your typical hotwife story or your typical BBC story. For one, the author had the good sense to have the wife date (and sex) primarily white males and different cultures for the first 4/5th of the book. The husband is not the usual meek wimp. He makes up his mind and then enjoys his decision as well as getting some side action himself with the wife’s knowledge and reluctant approval. The author stumbles a bit. Using alcohol as an excuse of libidinous behavior is a tired cliche, clashes with the reality that a drunk woman is just a warm body in bed and brings up the troubling doubt of actual consent. The wife’s awakening is well-done, is multiracial and when the expected black bull finally enters the picture he breaks the wife down with orgasm denial; something that works in real life , is a new, delightful twist from this author and added to the realism of the story. Initially, the reader may be turned off by Ellen but the writer leads, with ample clues, to Ellen’s thinking and motivation. Reading this story becomes more enjoyable upon the arrival at the conclusion, about two-thirds in, that Elllen, a 40-year-old, pre-menopausal housewife, is experiencing dates - sometimes with hot sex - just for the experience and, of course, sex with no emotional ties or anything that threatens her marriage. If ever a book demanded a sequel; this is that book. In the meantime, enjoy 10 Dates For My Wife. Highly recommend. 5 plus stars.
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    excellent book once again from this author in line with the rest of his theme

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