They come to Florida by the thousands. They are the lonely, the bored, the ignored wives in marriages that are no longer satisfying. They pretend they’re on vacation, when they’re actually looking for him. He’s the marriage repairman and he fixes broken marriages.
Kat and her husband had grown apart. They went about their lives separately. Her marriage was broken and she didn’t know what to do about it. The repairman knew and showed her what she needed. She needed a man to make her feel the way she used to feel. She needed the touch of his hands, the sensation of his kiss, and the fulfillment of his sex. He gave it all to her.
Her friend, Jen, needed him too. But she needed to get something her husband couldn’t give her. She needed a new experience and she needed a man to do to her what her husband didn’t. She needed her desires filled that had been left unfulfilled for too long. She needed to have sex in ways her husband wouldn’t. The repairman was there to do just that.
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have lived in Florida almost all of my life and have seen 'Marriage Repairmen' in action. They exist and they scout out women in need of their special kind of attention. This story is based on an actual encounter I witnessed, and surmised the outcome.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The main character, the 'Marriage Repairman', is a conglomeration of many guys I have known who fit the stereotype. The same applies to the women who come looking for a fling with a 'Marriage Repairman'. They are easy to spot among the vacationers.
Kat returned with two tall glasses of iced tea and set them on the small table near us. “Don’t let me interrupt,” she said. “You keep talking. I’ll be back later.” She disappeared back into the house.
Jen turned to sit on the lounge chair facing me. “Kat told me about yesterday. It really did her some good. I haven’t seen her this happy in a long time.”
“I’m really glad she’s happy. I had a lot of fun too.”
Jen hesitated and looked away before continuing. “I got married right out of high school. I was nineteen and we’ve been married for twenty-two years. I thought we were happy the whole time, but now that the kids are away in college, I realized we don’t even know each other anymore. It’s like we’re strangers. We’re bored with each other and have nothing in common. I love my husband, but I need some excitement.”
I have the kind of look that makes people want to tell me their troubles. It’s a gift and a curse. Sometimes strangers just start rambling on about themselves in the most unusual places. That’s a pain in the ass. Sometimes women who need reassurance tell me about it. That’s a blessing. I reached out and put my hand on her knee. She looked directly at me and I at her. “Everyone needs some excitement in life,” I said and then stood and gently picked her hand up in mine guiding her to her feet. She rose without hesitation.
We walked into the house and she led us into one of the spare bedrooms. We stopped beside the bed. I turned to face her and placed my hands on her hips. She put her arms around my neck and kissed me. I kissed her back.
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