The Water's Edge

The Water's Edge The Water's Edge 
by Martin Morton

Synopsis -
Claudia and Jack already have a strong and satisfying business relationship, but when Jack is offered a job that will take him to the other side of the world, it throws new and urgent light on their mutual attraction. Claudia's unsatisfactory relationship with her husband and Jack's failing marriage propels them into a sudden and intense affair just before he leaves for Singapore. They promise they will speak often and meet again as soon as they can. They also commit to being completely open and honest with each other.

The brief, but intensely erotic experience with Jack releases a tumult of sexual desire within Claudia, and with Jack unavailable, she will need to look elsewhere to explore her boundaries. Claudia's journey into sex, submission, and sensuality is matched by Jack's adventures in dominance overseas. They share their most intimate discoveries over long-distance phone calls, but will their explicit honesty bring them closer together... or tear them apart?

Book Review -I think this was an interesting story from the perspective that the author takes the reader along on a sometimes confusing discovery of self and sexual exploration for the protagonist Claudia. There was a bit of confusion when I could not distinguish which character was providing dialogue. I think the story moved well. The characters were very well developed. I would have liked some clarity during the novel's opening. I think the erotic elements were also well written. I would recommend those who enjoy erotica that includes an edge. 
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