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Thursday, October 25, 2018

The Swing of Things by Linda Keir

The Swing of Things

Even from the title I didn't know where this book was going and I hadn't read about it on the blogs, so it was a pleasant surprise.

Eric and Jayne married with a little girl. Jayne is the bread winner, hubby stay at home dad and a good home maker. The marriage is beginning to be in a bit of a rut and Jayne wants something to shake it up to get back to their earlier spark. Eric seems more set in his ways and happy with his very comfortable life.

When Theo and Mia invite them over for a small dinner party, Eric and Jayne are more than happy to go - to be in the inner circle as it were. When the party ends in skinny dipping and light hearted flirtations all around, both of them are aware that this is a taste of what is to follow. Jayne is more looking forward than Eric is but as a couple they agree to be part of a small group of swingers. Theo gives Jayne valuable advice on a major case she is presenting, which will give her fast track to partner status, and though both have reservations how much further this can go, both are now more than excited to participate.

As would be expected there is a fall from this elevated plateau, and the machinations which have gone on behind the scenes is a bad scenario. More will be spoilers.

Characterization, plot and descriptiveness was spot on. Sexual scenes not overly explicit but sufficiently so!!!!

I read this till three am so it was an interesting read !

Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review courtesy of Lake Union Publishing


  1. This is not one I'd read either. I'm just not interested in reading about swingers.

  2. It must be good if you stayed up late reading it. I love the cover.

  3. If I hadn't read your review I'd probably skip it but you have me curious!

  4. I'd probably try it after reading your review.

  5. I like nice surprises in books that I haven't heard about before!

  6. After reading your review, I'd give this one a try.

  7. Now the title makes sense. :-) This does sound interesting. I am glad you enjoyed it! Any book that makes you stay up into the wee hours has to be good. I will have to look for it.