They Were Chained By Their Desires
John Gosnold’s kisses left Judith giddy and weak, promising a fulfillment she had never known with her jealous, possessive husband. And yet John’s wife was her best friend.
Could she risk wreaking her marriage? Destroying the only friendship that mattered?
Tormented by the promise of happiness and the fear of hurting others, Judith knew that she — at least — was sure to lose.