"Moms can be sexy too!"
Julie and Ray, a young married couple who just gave birth
to their son Jayden around fourteen months ago, are on a
slow track back from trying to find a way to come to terms
with their new found responsibilities of being parents.
Along with those responsibilities, Ray finds that he cannot
seem to look at his wife the same way he did before. The
confident, sexy mother of his child is just that--the
mother of his child. Ray can't let that go and is
constantly reminded of Julie's delivery and how much pain
she endured, and is unable to see her as that once sexy
woman that drove him insane sexually. Will Ray's undying
love for his Wife be able to break the curse that he has
placed on them since his son Jayden was born?
S.E. Holden writes an amazing story about a married couple
that is struggling with an issue a lot of couples go
through after they bring a child into this world. He writes
with passion and humor. Back on Track had me
out loud, and had even my Roofie (name of my kindle) turned
on by the steamy scenes. The minute I started the book I
finished it an hour later (due to kid interruptions,
imagine that.) Holden tells a very original story that
everyone can relate too. The plot was very smooth and easy
to read, which I loved. The characters' voices were all
very strong and flowed well together. The only complaint I
had about this story was how it ended abruptly, I wish it
was much longer, that's how much I enjoyed the book. I
would love to see a part two from this couple, perhaps a
story about Julie's sister and his co-worker Ben!
Reviewed by: Mindi Ferrari, author
Reviewed by Mindi Ferrari
Posted March 13, 2011
Julie and Ray, a young couple, trying to bring some semblance of normalcy back to their lives after the birth of their son, are finding it exceedingly difficult. And while Jayden is the type of child young parents dream about, his arrival has created a potentially devastating rift between his parents. Will their love and commitment to each other be strong enough to bridge that gap and get their intimacy back on track?