Just Kissing: For Better, For Worse
*Please note, this is the second book in the Just Kissing series, and is best read in sequence for full enjoyment*
After a car-crash marriage to a short man who liked to pay for sex, Anna found the man of her dreams. He proposed, she accepted, and they were to live happily ever after. Except, the man of her dreams happens to be a vicar, and she isn’t a Christian.
Becoming Mrs Millcott means that Anna can have sex with the delicious Dominic for the first time (and she intends to do so, quite a lot), but it also means that she’s now The Vicar’s Wife; she has to move to a rural village and live in a vicarage overlooked by nosy parishioners.
She has to contend with Margaret – an old lady with designs on her womb, Bill – a strange man who likes to kill rabbits, Catherine Baker – a church busy-body who seems determined to dislike the vicar’s new wife, and Nicolette – an attractive churchgoer who has a ‘thing’ for her new husband. It’s a lot to deal with, but it’s made worse by the fact that she’s secretly venturing into the world of erotic fiction, planning a sex toy-fuelled Hen Party for her pregnant friend, and struggling to come to terms with the fact that she and Dominic will never have children together. It doesn’t help that she’s a vegetarian who now has to attend fortnightly Fish Suppers, either.
Covering the first six months of their marriage, Anna and Dominic navigate their new life together. There’s sex, scandal, talk of babies, and people from both their pasts who come back to complicate matters.
** Warning: This story contains adult scenes of a sexual nature, discussions of religion, unflushable poo and annoying parents. **