On their tenth wedding anniversary, Edie and Jack vowed to reinvigorate their sex life and save their marriage through randomly selected fantasies. First up was Jack’s fantasy starring Edie as a common streetwalker. Now it’s Edie’s turn to call the shots, and she wants a little TLC. Tasked with becoming the perfect private masseur, Jack has a foolproof plan to get his wife distracted, relaxed and begging for more.
Review: Masseur is a story about a love all ready in place and withering as the years go by. High school sweethearts, Edie and Jack having fallen in a routine where each other are the last things on their minds. Intimacy shot, they’ve become strangers, ships passing in night. In a last attempt to save their marriage they’ve sought the help of a counselor who convinces them to try out sexual fantasies. This time, it’s Edie’s turn , and she wants to be pampered, worshipped, and appreciated to an upscale Spa experience with a happy ending. This scorching short explores the rocky road to happily –ever-after, and real life snags that get couples out of sync.
Ms. Tower does a fantastic job of exposing the sag many marriages hit after children. Her realism and the careful return to where they started were touching. If you’re a fan of love rekindled, this is the perfect read for you.