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The Adultery Club

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2012

    Great read!!!!! Loved three 3 points of view approach.

    I never post reviews but I could not resist with this book. Read it in one night....had to finish it. Was totally team Mal. Nick definitely did not deserve Mal. She was a class act throughout the story but I don't think I could have been as forgiving as she was.
    Mal is a beautiful, loving wife and mother totally devoted to her family. But because of the mistakes she made in the past with a former lover (Trace......loved him by the way....OMG) she is blind to all the clues of her husband's infedelity.
    Nick was a selfish horndog. Kept claiming he loved his wife and did not want to lose her but couldn't seem to stop screwing his mistress to the exclusion of everything and everyone. Even when caught with his mistress by Mal he still chose to stay with the mistress for some twisted reason even though he still claims to love his wife. WHAT??? When Mal put him out he didn't even put up a decent fight for his marriage and family. What a loser. How did he ever score a lady like Mal? But kinda felt sorry for him beacuse he was so incredibly weak but he did finally get his act together.
    Sara (ugh)......not enough character space to properly describe this shallow, self centerd, little twit. So suffice it to say not a fan of hers. However, she does manage to get what she deserves. Thank God!!!
    My advise......read this book....it will make you laugh(Evie), cry, get angry and sometimes you will simply want to shake the s@#t out of Nick to wake him up....but you will love this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2008

    Hot and Steamy

    Wow,what a page turner! I couldn't put this book down. I enjoyed that we were able to recieve all the points of views from each character. Although however cliche is may sound, i definatly was on Mel's side. I wholeheartedly recommend this to anyone who enjoys a little seductivness.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fascinating look at relationships

    In England divorce lawyer Nicholas Lyon loves his wife Malinche and their three daughters. In fact he dotes on his four females who love the only male in the household. Everything is perfect. That is everything was perfect until he meets beautiful effervescent attorney Sara Kaplan, who makes it obvious to Nicholas that she intends to sleep with him. He initially rejects this young siren¿s seductive song, but also fantasizes about sleeping with sexy Sara he wants her even as he denies it. Sara turns up the London heat on her target while Malinche considers trying a tempting new recipe. --- THE ADULTERY CLUB is a fascinating look at relationships through the rotating perspective of the prime triangle. Readers will empathize somewhat with Nicholas¿ plight as he desperately tries to insure his blood flow remains in the upper head fans will totally sympathize with Malinche even though she considers a rustic temptation finally no one will appreciate the antics of the seductress who in many ways comes across as a young Lolita (though obviously older). Tess Stimson provides an interesting tale in which the mistress and the wife (supported by their kids) play tug of war with the man. --- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted January 9, 2011

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