Wicked Wife by Alice Gaines
Blue Ribbon Rating: 4.5 !!!
Not pleased with her husband and his constant bickering with their next door neighbor and his supposedly best friend Dan; Lisa teams up with Dan’s wife, and her best friend, to teach them a lesson they will never forget.
Brad happily married to his one and only love is comfortable with his life. The only fly in the ointment is his neighbor and best friend, Dan. When Dan interrupts his time with Lisa over something that already belongs to him, he gives Dan as good as he gets from him.
Lisa has just had it; she is tired of the constant bickering every few weeks between the two men. Not only do they bicker over silly things, but the fuss was now cutting into her time with Brad. When her pleas to stop goes unheeded she made an on the spot decision – and no one could quite believe what they had heard.
When Brad realizes that Lisa was not only not joking, but she has company in her plan – he is definitely not happy and has plans to exact his own brand of payback.
Alice Gaines has invited us into the neighbor’s life, and what a getting on they get up to. Two couples, best of friends – but while the ladies just get on with business and enjoy their time together, the men insist on throwing their rattle from the pram every few weeks are so. They have never had a change to look at the reasoning beyond why they are constantly at each other’s throats.
When Lisa gives Brad an ultimatum, although not pleased – it gives him and Dan the chance to get to the bottom of what is actually the issue between them.
THE WICKED WIFE certainly lives up to its name, with hot spicy sex scenes between a man and women who are not afraid to indulge in a little fantasy.
~~Jhayboy Reviewer RomanceJunkies.com
Wicked Wife, The Alice Gaines
The men are feuding again. Dan and Brad seem to enjoy disagreeing over anything and everything. Once again, the wives go on a sex strike. These men know how to treat naughty wives. Alice Gaines brings back characters Paz, Lisa, Dan, and Brad. She mixes humor and romance to please her readers.
~~Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com