Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sex, Lies, & Family Vacations by Leslie Langtry Review

Title: Sex, Lies, & Family Vacations
Author: Leslie Langtry
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 220
Price: $0.99
Thoughts: Fast-paced.

Book Synopsis:

Laura Smith is the mom of two adorable children, the wife of a successful businessman...and the unappreciated shadow of the woman she once was. Somehow, her family never seems to notice that the laundry gets done, the house is picked up, dinner mysteriously appears on the table, and then cleans up after itself. Instead of being her children's idol and her husband's lover, she's become a funny little footnote in her own life. That is until she takes her children on vacation to Disneyworld in sunny Florida, where she just happens to end up in a hotel room right next to her college flame, Alan James. Old passions ignite and new excitement sparks as Laura and Alan bring new meaning to "The Most Magical Place on Earth." But when Laura and Alan's spouses unexpectedly show up in Florida, a comedy of errors ensues, and only one thing is for certain: Laura's life will never be the same again.


What I first noticed about this book was that Laura Smith was a believable character. She had her moments of pure lust after reuniting with her former lover, but she also had moments of guilt. It wasn't like she was willing to throw away her marriage immediately, but, at the same time, she realizes that her marriage is dead. Alan was a great character who seemed to be just what Laura needed.

Those looking for a book to escape with will certainly enjoy this one. It's a fast-paced read that keeps you wondering what's going to happen next, which makes it impossible to put down.

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