Eliza and Jett Prince have what looks like a perfect marriage. They're in love, they have four (almost) perfect children, the world is theirs for the taking. Of course, sometimes things aren't what they appear.
Those things are true, but taking care of four children isn't easy. Eliza is so immersed in the role of mother, she feels like she lost some part of herself. Now she wants it back.
Are you a mother? Do you feel like you've lost your way as a woman? Wish you could find time and different ways to be intimate with your husband or partner? Here is a book for you.
Who is Eliza Prince? She doesn't know anymore. She's a mother. A wife. But what happened to the sexy woman? The woman who wore heels and skirts and had passion with her husband? Now her husband sleeps on the couch, and she sleeps with the kids.
Finding Time is about reconnecting. An erotic marriage novella with fantasies and eroticism. It's about communication.
Every mother will relate to Eliza. Her body changed, her self-confidence shattered and she lost her female identity.
Now, she wants it back. Her desires are strong. She hopes her husband Jett will be on board with her plans.
Warning: This monogamous novella burns up the pages. It's real and heartfelt. Sexy and Erotic
I found this book to be a true telling of parents of small children looking for time for each other. Eliza feeling less than a woman and Jett just trying to be a great dad...then for her to remember what worked for them in the past...The "scenes" were amazing and so real! I really really really loved this book and would recommend it to anyone and everyone!
Great Scenes and Characters!
Finding Time is not only realistic, it gives those of us with small children hope! Hope that we can be like Jett and Eliza and get back the spark despite spending the day covered in avocado mush and toddler pee. Eliza's fantasies were awesome and I am glad she found it within her to voice them and make them a reality!
Finding Time is for men too
Ok, I have a confession to make - I trust it will remain here and not be blasted all over the Internet. *Takes a deep cleansing breath* Ok, here goes. I like chick-flicks. Yep, I'm a man who admits to watching chick-flicks and enjoying them. I have watched Maid in Manhattan five times and I can't get the image of J-Lo in that hot, sexy oh so short maid uniform out of my mind. Sorry, I digress. Anyway, so called chick-flicks can be extremely illuminating and damn thought provoking too.
So, you're probably wondering what prompted me to make that startling confession about chick-flicks. Well, here's the deal. I've just finished reading E.R. Pierce's new book, Finding Time and I LOVED it. It's a book written by a woman, about a woman and it's entirely from the woman's POV, but I still loved it. The thing about chick-flicks and books like Finding Time, is if a man is willing to pay attention, there is so much he can learn about the Universe's gift to creation - Women.
I strongly recommend that every married man, single guy thinking about getting married and all men period - read Finding Time. Fellas, there are lessons to be learned from this book and I would be remiss for not encouraging you to read it.
Ladies, I also suggest that you give your SO incentive to read this book, like maybe go on a nookie strike until he finishes it. If he's one of those guys who doesn't like to read, then read it to him - he'll thank you for it later.
Bottom-line, this is a funny and sexy book. It is not only entertaining, but it also shines a light on a subject a LOT of women and men will relate to - Finding Time to enjoy each other.
I don't want to give the story away; just buy it, read it - you will not be disappointed.
Now, if I could just find some time to find myself. Muwah!!