Honey, I Met a Guy at the Park
Mary had suffered from postpartum depression and felt it had hurt her marriage to Connor. Thinking herself frumpy, she hides her fears behind her stroller. Her psychologist gave her a self-help booklet she had authored and sent her on her way. Mary was afraid to try more than a little bit in the book.
Connor finally convinces his wife to try the next phase in the booklet when she comes home bubbling about meeting a man at the park who thought she was nice.
Together, they plan out Mary's approach to this man and it succeeds beyond both of their expectations.
Connor finds his wife swept up by the man and the relationship enriching their lives dramatically. Dare he enjoy watching his wife taken unprotected, repeatedly?
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