Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Review: DON’T TELL MEG by Paul J. Teague

Pete Bailey was happily in love with his wife, Meg—until, one day, he realized that maybe he wasn’t. Of course, trying to get pregnant would put a strain on the whole thing. All this led to was nothing but forced and resentful IVF sex, which put them in counseling. Is it any wonder why Paul was all too eager to get out of town, where he encounters a sensuous woman?

This book had an interesting premise, but it was slow. Why were we hearing about another guy’s affair? Shouldn’t this be about Pete’s affair? All this guy does is whine about Meg—how much he loved her, how he never wanted to hurt, how he regrets what he did, blah-blah-blah.

This book was really not what I thought it would be, which is why I won’t be continuing the series.

My rating: 2 stars

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