K.C. WILDER is the author of the Amazon bestselling chick lit novel Fifty Ways to Leave Your Husband, the Heather Hollow series of YA paranormal fiction, the novella Seattle Postmark, and the short fiction trio Wrecks. She also proudly contributed the short story The Mermaid to Merry Chick Lit, a holiday anthology with all proceeds benefiting breast cancer nonprofit Rocking the Road for a Cure. Her short story Lady in Red appears in A Kind of Mad Courage, a collection of short fiction on the theme of motherhood, benefiting the Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation.
When she’s not writing, k.c. loves reading, running, stand-up paddle boarding, gardening, dog-walking, cat-cuddling, and good-naturedly misbehaving. She lives near the ocean and apologizes daily to her teenaged son for having written so dang many sex scenes. Find k.c. online at www.kcwilder50ways.com.
Well, except her husband is a serial philanderer, her mother-in-law is the devil in Lily Pulitzer, one of her sons is miserable at prep school while the other is dismissive of her altogether, and it takes a cocktail of antidepressants to get Eve through her day.
When a chance encounter with a hunky stranger coincides with Eve’s discovery of her husband’s latest betrayal, she throws caution (and at least one perfectly good pair of panties) to the wind. Is she having a crisis inspired by her impending fortieth birthday, or is she just ready to take a long, hard look at her life and shake things up a bit?
Egged on by Tamara, her brash, potty-mouthed best friend, Eve embarks on a steamy adventure with perpetual playboy Finn. Amidst the rich backdrop of coastal Rhode Island, Eve discovers how much of herself she’s sacrificed over the years – and how much more she may have to sacrifice yet to bring passion and meaning back into her life.
*Intended for adult audiences 18+ only. Strong language and sexual situations.
Praise for Fifty Ways to Leave Your Husband
“A fun, frothy and sexy read.”
– Novel Escapes
“A rollicking romp of a novel – sizzling with sex, sparkling with wit, and steeped in insights.”
– Susan Ashley Michael, author of Crossing the Bridge of Sighs
“Well-written and captivating. There’s laugh-out-loud comedy, memorable characters, and plenty of delicious sex.”
– Martha Reynolds, award-winning author of Bits of Broken Glass and Chocolate for Breakfast