Willsin Rowe serves up some sizzle for your reading pleasure with…
This, I Can Do.
Teresa Ross is having the morning from hell. Still fairly new to motherhood, the changes to her once-slender body are one thing. But a teething baby she can’t calm and the sleepless nights that go with it have drained her resources.
Even a phone call to her calm-voiced husband Bradley does nothing. But when he surprises her by coming home from work, everything suddenly feels right.
The lustful look in his eye lights a fire inside her that she feared had been doused forever. Far from being disgusted by the jiggly bits and stretch marks that taunt her in the mirror, Bradley sees the desirable woman she’s always been – with a whole lot more depth and character.
When Bradley uses his daddy-magic to get the baby to sleep, the world is suddenly a beautiful place. But when he sends Teresa to bed, rest is the last thing on her mind.
To truly connect with her husband again, she’ll have to put aside her body issues. Under Bradley’s tender touch and fiery eyes, suddenly that seems like the easiest thing in the world to do.
Review by Dana Marie
Looking for something to feed your emotions and lady bits? This read touches on one of the little raw parts of life, but it has plenty of sizzle and so worth serving it up for your reading pleasure.
Becoming a parent really does change everything, or at least it sure feels that way most days. The sleepless nights and Abbie’s teething have left Tez feeling like she has reached point break. When calling her husband doesn’t get the relief she was hoping for, she decides a quick break is needed. However, walking away for the ten minute escape just leaves her feeling guilty and unsatisfied. That is until Bradley cuts his work day short and comes home.
This, I Can Do is a short read that leaves you feeling satisfied. The story can hit home in so many ways for many. I love everything from the frustration that can arise from being a new parent to the blissful ending in this read. I definitely recommend this read. I’m looking forward to more from Willsin Rowe
Meet the author…
Willsin Rowe falls in love with a scent, a playful expression or an act of casual intimacy more easily than with physical beauty. When confronted by any combination of those elements he is a lost cause.
He has done many things over and over, done even more things only once, and half-done more things than he cares to admit. He loves to sing and doesn’t let his voice get in the way.
He is intelligent but not sensible. He is passionate but fearful. He is not scruffy enough or stylish enough to be cool.
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