Leaving at Noon

Leaving at Noon

by Jess Dee

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Leaving at Noon by Jess Dee

Sunday Night Dinner Club, Book 4

Theo and Zoey Hughes have got it all. The ideal marriage, a gorgeous house, brilliant jobs and a steadfast group of friends. So why is everything falling apart at the seams?

Zoey loves her husband, but recently she’s stopped liking him—and if their fights are any indication, Theo’s feeling the same way. The future that once glowed bright before them has lost its shine.

There’s no choice. Zoey has to walk away. She needs to take a break from her marriage before it implodes, leaving nothing but fragments of their once-perfect life together.

Letting Zoey close the door behind her is the hardest thing Theo’s ever had to do. Now he’s faced with a choice: watch his wife leave him and everything they’ve built together, or go after her and remind her why they fell in love in the first place.

Warning: When a hot-blooded alpha male decides he wants his wife back, you better believe nothing is going to stop him. And if he has to seduce her to succeed, well, let’s just say his blood isn’t the only thing that’s gonna be hot about this story.

(This book is the fourth in the Sunday Night Dinner Club series. Although each book stands alone, they can be better enjoyed read in order. )

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046563313
Publisher: Jess Dee
Publication date: 05/22/2015
Series: Sunday Night Dinner Club
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 258,325
File size: 296 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Once Jess discovered it was okay to leave the bedroom door open in her romance novels, she decided to leave everything open. Buttons, zips, pants, number of lovers... Which is why her books are all steamy erotic romances. While Jess lived most of her life in South Africa, the last twelve years have been spent in Australia. From the fast paced Sydney lifestyle to the laid back islands and beaches, there's always another gorgeous Aussie setting for a contemporary romance.

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Leaving at Noon 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love her books. Read & loved the previous Dinner Club books. But this one was a disappointment. Female character was completely unlikable. I stopped reading with 30 pages to go. I have NEVER done that.
KittyKelly28 More than 1 year ago
As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by Knotty Kitty 5 out of 5 Licks There are some reviews that are harder to write than others. This is one of the harder ones, because I loved the book so much. There is something about Jess Dee’s writing that just seizes hold of your heart. This book in particular does that exceptionally well. While I enjoy reading about new love a lot, there is just something extra special reading about a couple fighting for their love and relationship. Relationships are not all about hearts and flowers they take work to make it last, and we, as people tend to forget in the daily grind of our lives.  Zoey and Theo are one of those perfect couples we all look up to. So when their friends of the Diner Club start to see issues between them it rocks the whole group. Zoey is truly at her wit's end with the gaping hole between her and Theo. She is tired of their only communication being fighting. She is leaving to save them, but will she break Theo in that process. Theo's whole world crumbled when she walked out the door. Every thing around him is suffering. He is in the dark as to when they went from perfect to crumbling, so he is going to fight for them, even if he has to fight Zoe herself. Theo has my heart big time. Not every man would fight so hard in the face of all that comes at him. Only a true love could survive these kinds of issues. The thing I love most about these types of books is how much I learn from them. It is easy to throw in the towel when times get rough, but we end up with so much more if we fight for each other. I highly recommend this book and series, each book in this series is a must read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A real view on marriage. Cant get enough of Jess's writing