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Contemporary
Hot Water
By Chrissy Dionne
Mar 1, 2006 - 6:17:00 AM

A Minnesota housewife, unhappy in her marriage, seizes the opportunity to live out her fantasies. With the help of her sister, she reserves a weekend at a spa, hires a man to at least pretend to care about her, rents a hot little Lamborghini, and indulges in sexy lingerie. The kids are grown and gone, it's time that this woman calling herself Julia Reeves, rediscovers the joys of life and the pleasures of being a woman.

Julia requested her consort for the weekend to be called William. While William enjoys women and sex, he's become disillusioned by all the rich, uppity, bored women whom he normally services. He fully expected Julia to be like all the others. Surprisingly, he enjoys the time he spends with her. While the sex is great, it's the time they spend getting to know each other that draws him to her.

Julia has planned and saved for this venture for years. She covered her tracks, credit card receipts, everything. Julia?s husband's neglect of her has taken its toll. Where once there might have been affection, now there's only tolerance and loneliness. Julia longs to feel like a woman again, and not have to compete with the television or her husband's business. Julia is going to live out her ultimate fantasy in an exclusive spa in California. There'll be lots of HOT WATER, warm weather, a hunk she's paid to indulge in her needs. Julia's been married to the same man for more than twenty-five years, will she be able to rediscover her sensual side after all this time? More importantly, when her time at the spa with William is over will she really be able to return home and pretend it never happened?

Kathryn Jordan takes us on an adventure of a housewife who steps out of the life she's been living and into one of her sexiest fantasies. HOT WATER is about more than just a weekend fantasy as I'm sure readers will discover. Julia is like many housewives. She's no longer happy with her marriage but stayed in the relationship because of their children. Her husband built his business, and Julia raised the children. Now the kids have moved away, and Julia risks everything she has to experience her wildest dreams. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I could relate to Julia and was able to live vicariously through her.



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