By Ian Fletcher
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A writer buys an old
executive desk for his office. While sorting through its contents,
he finds a diary written forty years ago by a man who had a torrid
affair with a woman who was his wife’s best friend. This journal
provides a candid and touching window into one family’s life almost
two generations ago. The reader will be intrigued by this
captivating and erotic account of a most passionate love affair and
its unexpected finale.
The book had an interesting premise of
having come from a diary. Though I don’t like labeling a book, I
would definitely call this a “men’s fantasy”. The characters were
interesting and colorful. Certainly, the main idea is something I’m
sure many men have fantasized about. The writing is crisp and made
the book easy to read. The dialog is natural sounding and moved the
plot along. There were some interesting settings. The sex scenes
were written in such a way as to be vivid and believable in context
with the story.
Imagine you purchased an old desk, and
while cleaning it out, you discovered a diary 40 years old on faded
and mottled paper about a torrid love affair spelled out in graphic,
almost clinical, detail.
liaison takes place over two years, and during that time we come to
know intimately David, his wife Jackie, and their best friend Marie.
We learn about the
ruling passions of all these individuals and the extra-ordinary way
they solve their dilemma.
would be the envy of every man who has ever lived.
He has the undivided
attention of two blindingly beautiful women.
Plus he has the mental
agility to hold a good job, keep his wife from learning about his
lover, and be nonchalant enough that the entire town does not start
talking about him.
Not only is David
McGregor one of a kind, but the women in his life are equally
physically attractive, they share the qualities of a passionate
nature and forgiving attitudes.
All good things must come to an end.
Secrets become known and the scene when Jackie discovers what is
going on is tense to say the least. How they solve this dilemma will
surprise the most flexible-minded reader.
David McGregor’s Diary a beguiling spiel.
December 27, 2005
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