Wives In Service ended up being a really interesting book. The author wanted to take in another manner from being the "traditional" romance story. It definitely ended up that way. Since no one has really given a good "summary" of the book, I figure I should:
This book is made up of three separate short stories. Each one easily takes about fifteen or twenty minutes to read all the way through.
"The Baby Machine" is about a young woman who believes, above everything else, that her only purpose in life is give birth to babies. The entire story is about her life and how it all ended up.
"The Man in the Middle" is about a man who's ex-wife starts e-mailing him, wanting him back. The man chooses to be the "go-between" with the ex-wife and her husband - emailing both of them pretending to be the other in promise that, if she follows his instructions, he'll consider taking her back.
"The Conjugal Clock" (which was easily (and by far) my favorite) is about a recently married couple who finds that, in order to stay a member of her new family, she must obey a "sex clock". The story includes its rules and its punishments, and while there isn't really a "climax" to the story, it's still an amazing story.
I was impressed that all three stories are really unique. Really. There's no way you've read any type of erotica that in any way resembles these plots. The plots are neat, and while not too explicit, they are all easily worth the read for the free price tag. Really, there's no reason NOT to pick this one up.
(review of free book)