Since I'm several years out from D-Day, infidelity themes in books do not trigger me like they used to. I actually like the ones that really get into the minds of WS/BS in a realistic way. Has anyone read any good fiction with an infidelity theme lately?
Just finished "The Stuff That Never Happened" by Maddie Dawson. Great book! Never thought I'd like a book with a WS as the main character. The WS, Anabelle, is definitely a flawed person: narcissistic, extroverted, and self-centered. The BS, Grant, is flawed too: an introverted, dorky workaholic who loves his wife but not in the way she wants to be loved. All of the other characters in the book are also flawed in some way (her best friend, her lover, her mom, brother, son-in-law, etc.) that make the character development great. Without giving away the ending, at least the two main characters have grown significantly by the end of the book.
For those who have not read it; I think Grant would be the perfect guy for me!!!
Are there any other good books that do a good job of realistically handling infidelity in a marriage?
[This message edited by HappilyUnMarried at 10:23 AM, May 1st (Sunday)]