Is This All There Is? CollectioneBook - 2015
For the first time, Patricia Mann's passionate, gripping, and controversial novels are together in one collection. Is This All There Is? Find out now. Is This All There Is? (Volume 1) Beth Thomas' seemingly perfect life is about to take a detour. At thirty-five, she's married to her college sweetheart, has two adorable kids, and finds fulfillment teaching part time at the local university. But when a friend persuades her to go dancing on a rare night out, a chance meeting with a handsome former student changes the course of her life. Loud music, too much to drink, and the thrill of feeling young again lead to an unforgettable kiss that was never supposed to happen. Beth feels wanted again, listened to, cared for, but she knows it's wrong. She tries to put the memory behind her, but he pursues her, drawing Beth back to temptation. As she travels deeper into Dave's world, Beth struggles to choose between what her mind says is right and what she truly craves. Is This What I Want? (Volume 2) Four difficult months have passed since Beth's husband Rick discovered her affair with a former student. The couple has worked hard in therapy to salvage their marriage and understand their roles in everything that happened. Things are looking up until Dave reappears, awakening Beth's fantasies of what could have been had she taken their affair to the next level. Now that she is faced with another opportunity, Beth battles an even more impossible dilemma than the first time she was caught in Dave's web. Amidst the trouble in her marriage and pressure to shield her children from the discord, Beth is also called upon to help her two best friends, both with serious problems of their own. The stress sparks temptation to seek comfort in her favorite vices. But she knows she can't hide if she wants to save what matters most. The question is, what does she want?.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Seattle, Washington] : Booktrope, 2015.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource (356 pages)