Published by Self on 11/5/19
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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A happily married couple. A dance with a stranger at a bar.
One night—one seemingly insignificant choice—can change everything.
Jessica and Jake Snyder love each other, and their life together. Successful in their chosen careers, they reside in the picturesque, though at times stifling, Seattle suburb of Queens Ridge as they parent teenagers Ella and Tucker.
As so often happens in marriage, their romantic life falls casualty to busy schedules and repetitive routine, until one night, a stranger asks Jessica to dance. On a whim, Jake urges her to say yes, saying that he wants to watch this other man touch her, something that surprises Jessica by arousing her like never before. A door opens for them then, into a realm of exploration neither of them knew existed.
They create rules to protect their marriage, and are thrilled when their relationship is strengthened and enriched by deeper levels of communication and trust brought about by this exciting, but taboo behavior. That is, until Jessica keeps a secret from Jake and embarks on a tryst with an intriguing man from her past, who, when she tries to end things between them, decides to seek revenge.
What happens after that will threaten to destroy their world—and them.
A juicy and insightful look into the shifting definition of modern marriage and the limits placed upon female sexuality, TELL ME EVERYTHING will make you question everything you thought you knew about what constitutes marital bliss, and keep you turning pages into the night.
“As thought-provoking as it is white hot sexy!” – Stephanie Evanovich, New York Times bestselling author
Tell Me Everything, a “steamy and enthralling” novel from author Amy Hatvany, is available now!
Tell Me Everything by Amy Hatvany had me at the blurb. Why would a happily married couple take such a big risk on their marriage? In this story, we find a couple, Jessica and Jake, who love each other and are happy, but life and routine has taken the passion out of their sex life. So, when a dance with a stranger opens their minds to something new, can their marriage survive?
What I loved about this couple is their connection and their ability to communicate, but things change once they open their marriage. There are rules to follow, but what happens when Jessica takes a chance and does not share with Jake, will her marriage implode?
Amy Hatvany is a new to me author and I will definitely be checking out more of her books. Tell Me Everything was a well written, captivating and steamy read.
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The first thing you should know about me is that I love my husband. The second is that I occasionally have sex with other men.
Here I am, on a Saturday night, in the arms of a man we found together. He is smart, funny. He understands our need for discretion. He knows that he is only a visitor.
I kiss this man. I undress for him and let him touch my body. He teases me, as I do, him. We fall into bed, and I memorize the taste of his skin, how it feels when he pushes inside me. Thee number of times he makes me come. I etch every one of his movements into my memory, filing them away, like dreams. Knowing that what happens between us is everything. And, yet, at the same time, nothing at all.
When we finish, I leave, almost immediately, and go home to the man who cherishes me.
I find him waiting for me, always, knowing exactly where I’ve been. I hurry toward him, my flesh still scented by another mans’ caress, my body aching from the pleasure of what we’ve just done.
My eyes lock on my husband’s. Our desire for each other pulses like a heart that has just been brought back to life.
When I reach him–when I am finally, truly home–he pulls me to his chest, his lips pressed against my ear.
“Tell me everything,” he says. “Don’t leave anything out.”
About Amy Hatvany
Amy Hatvany graduated with a degree in Sociology only to discover most sociologists are unemployed. Soon followed a variety of jobs – some of which she loved, like decorating wedding cakes; others which she merely tolerated, like receptionist.
In 1998, Amy finally decided to sell her car, quit her job, and take a chance on her passion: writing books.
Her background in sociology inspires and informs much of her work as she tackles timely and controversial issues in her novels including mental illness, domestic abuse, and alcoholism. She is published by Washington Square Press/Atria Books, and has been both a Target Book Club and Costco Pennie’s Pick.
Amy spends most of her time today with her kids and her second and final husband, Stephan. (Seriously, if this one doesn’t work out, she’s done, kaput, no more husbands!) When Amy’s not with friends or family, she is most likely reading, cooking, or zoning out on certain reality television shows. She eagerly awaits Bravo auditions for the cast of “Top Author.” (“Quick Edit” instead of “Quick Fire” Challenge? C’mon, producers! That’s gripping television!)
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