Creating Two New Novels. Writing One Chapter Weekly. Podcasting As I Go. Welcome to The Experiment.
For those of you who have followed The Experiment from the beginning, thank you! If you’re newer, thank you as well! Depending on when you joined in, you may have noticed that I’ve changed the cover for, Enough for Four. Yay!
Why? The new cover represents a well-known joke for those in the multiple dating/relationship scene. I would love to hear your guesses and see who knows it! Write your guess in the comment section below. I’ll give the answer and a shout-out to those who guess correctly on Friday!
(Oh, and I figure when Enough for Four is published, they’ll change it anyway. For now, I think this is both the funniest and most fitting given the topic. ^.^)
Lily believes it is possible to have a romantic relationship with more than one person. This is a belief she acts on even though she is married. But Lily is no cheater. Nothing happens unless all parties agree. That is, until they don’t all agree.
Through a chance meeting, Ava is excited to have potentially found happiness in Lily after years in a difficult marriage. Equally thrilled, Lily flies across the Midwest to meet Ava face to face. However, Lily has one big challenge: remain platonic until she is able to convince Ava’s husband, Carson, that love does not have to be limited to two.
Lily’s presence in their lives stirs up arguments and secrets which Ava and Carson haven’t faced in years. It also causes issues in Lily’s own marriage that she never knew existed to come to the surface. Forced under one roof, Lily, Ava, Carson, and Dominic try to abide by their own rules of what is right and wrong. But when unintended passions rise, no one is able to walk away.