After thirteen years of marriage and three children, Wendy Hayward is bored with sex.
As much as she loves her husband, Frank, Wendy married “Mr. Vanilla.” Now she reads nothing but erotic romance on her Kindle and fantasizes about having sex with fictional characters, complete strangers, and tattooed rock stars. Sometimes even the T.V. weatherman looks good.
One fateful day however, her husband grabs the wrong Kindle on the way to work, and discovers some of Wendy’s more “interesting’ fantasies. Unbeknownst to Wendy, Frank is very keen to fulfill every one of her secret desires. . .”
This story is truly great, but could so easily be everyone’s worst nightmare come true!! With a great ending it should teach everyone to make sure there own Kindle is unique and different from anyone else’s in the household. You may not want anyone to know what’s on your Kindle LOL which is exactly what happens in this story. Wendy’s husband Frank also known as “Mr Vanilla” accidentally takes Wendy’s Kindle to work, not knowing what Wendy has been reading – a lot of hot, steamy and erotic books. She is mortified wondering what will he think knowing that his wife is reading these types of books. This story also take place literally where I live, in Colorado Springs, Co by the 5 star hotel ‘The Broadmoor’, so that was kind of neat. So Frank begins to read one of the erotic stories, and realizes what his marriage has lost with the passage of time. Their sex life has become “Vanilla” or just flat out boring. Frank takes this very seriously and is determined to bring what has been lost by bringing passion back into their bedroom. He reads, takes notes and learns as much as he can from these books, which in turn takes him shopping to an adult book and toy store. This book is a, I think, true perfect reality check for the everyday married couple We do put seemingly unimportant things into the background of our lives that are still truly vital to a close marriage. We do it so easily with children, work and just everyday life and make it become less important part of our lives, but sex is a form of communication and not only love. I was very pleased and thrilled with this book, because as horrified as I might be if my husband got a hold of my own Kindle. Thank you Wendy & Nikki Sex for a bit of a reality check, very worth while.