Book: Mary's Addiction by Damien Dsoul
|4 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Damien Dsoulabout this book: Donald and Mary Clauston are a rich, suburban white couple. They own a lovely mansion in Sherman Oaks, and three lovely kids. They have just about everything they can possibly have and they're both happy with each other.
Or are they?
Their life takes a drastic turn one Friday night. Three black hoodlums break into their home, rob them, and sexually molest Mary while Donald is forced to watch. To Donald's shocking surprise, Mary enjoys the activity and is smitten by the hoodlums. Now Donald has to contend with how best to deal with his wife's new-found life, as cracks begin to appear in their marital life, revealing secrets that once were best-kept secrets. Will they resolve their past difference before it rips their marriage apart?
It's a story that reflects more about what goes unspoken in most suburban marriages. Of what happens when couples discover hidden secrets and desires that they've long kept hidden from each other, and how such desires tend to bring out sharp changes in their marriages. But it also emphasizes the need for steadfast communication when such problems tend to arise, and how sometimes they tend to strength the bond between couples better.
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