Author David Stone has gone from unknown to New York Times bestseller almost overnight - a transition that hasn't come without a price. After two lengthy tours, David finds his sales at an all-time high, and his marriage to his wife, Nicole, at an all-time low. And while David has made several attempts to bridge the gap that has settled between them, it seems the emotional and physical connection they once shared has been severed beyond repair. During a layover at the end of his latest tour, David encounters Elise, a beautiful business woman who joins him at the terminal bar. On the surface, the two pass their time together in innocence. But it quickly becomes apparent that, with the bridge to his wife in such a state of decay, even the slightest bit of attention from another woman is enough to arouse David's interest. What happens when casual conversation over drinks shifts to an invitation for something more? Where will David, a once happily married man in a now not-so-happy marriage, draw the line? Will he even bother to draw one? And if he does, can he keep from crossing it?
You can view my published review with the following link: The Layover and let me know what you think. Thank you.
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