One woman living with her husband and ex-husband. It couldn’t get complicated…right?
Natalie was in the middle of a d#ck-measuring contest right from the start.
I was intrigued by the premise of the story, which was written in a series of episodes of past and present times—from how the three met to their “three’s company” living arrangement. The whole thing’s in a random order, so it was kinda hard to tell what the current situation was—whether it was a time she was with Jake or Kyle.
My favorite part was when Natalie screamed out the ex’s name during sex with her husband. Oooh, not good.
There were some enjoyable anecdotes and this was, overall, a quick and easy read; however, the constant back-and-forth scenes that randomly pick up right where one left off was hard to keep track and a little annoying. Most of the time she’s constantly bouncing between the two men. It’s really not as funny as I would’ve thought.
My rating: 3 stars