The Husband Swap by Louisa LeontiadesLouisa and Gilles love each other. Theres a problem in paradise, though: their marriage is going nowhere. Together, they decide to explore polyamory, the idea that its possible to have more than one lover--and more than one love. They fall in love with another couple and, embarking on a life-changing course, try to make it work as a quad. Their journey liberates them from the constraints of their unhappy marriage and propels them into a world where they embrace a new way of loving. But this liberation comes with a price. They are challenged in ways they didnt expect, and the experiment takes them to a place they didnt anticipate. They must learn to accept a new understanding of relationships, each other and themselves.
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Growing up, my bff was my sister. We did everything together, from playing with the same toys, to reading the same books and eating the same food. We even had the same friends in school. I have never felt that I needed anyone else in my life other than May. Even when we went to different colleges, our bonds did not break. We might have developed some different friends and priorities then, but we still talked about everything and shared everything… from new interests to gossip in school… and cute boys we liked.
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Both men were in their early thirties, tall, slim and ambitious; both of their wives were smart and good-looking. Both couples had two little girls. The younger girls shared a birthday and almost the same name. The parallels between the two families were so neat, says Jane Alison, one of the daughters, that they seemed as designed by nature, twinned markings on the wings of a moth. For years Jane had no inkling that her background was any less conventional than anyone else's. In her mind couples swapped partners with other couples all the time, and set up new parallel households on opposite sides of the world.