Maria didn’t fully understand my obsession, but that was about to change.
After five years of marriage, I had yet to watch my wife with another man, but I had hinted at it enough times that I thought it was clear. It wasn’t until Fiona (our twenty-year-old Irish exchange student) arrived that everything changed. Because unlike Maria, Fiona understood what I wanted without me saying a word. And she also knew what to do with it.
So began The Summer I Watched, as our houseguest quickly and effortlessly began twisting our lives about until we all got just what we wanted and exactly what we feared the most.
A fun and dirty romp through one filthy summer, the book is less about cuckold humiliation and more about a husband obsessed with watching his slutty wife get exactly what she wants. Hot, smart, and funny, The Summer I Watched is a hotwife tale that celebrates freedom, exploration, and desire all the way to its glorious and messy conclusion.
(This is a 25,000 word novella, coming in at just over 100 pages.)
Guy New York is a bestselling author, designer, and degenerate who spends most of his time either writing about sex or having it. Sometimes he does both at the same time, much to the chagrin of his partners. With more than 35 titles to his name, including two full-length novels, six novellas, and numerous short stories, his books have been widely read and often burned. Visit his author site at www.guynewyork.com