I simply cannot resist my new lover. He’s a force a nature – a big, hunky brute of a man. I only have to hear his voice and my heart pounds. I’m powerless to resist his touch and when he strips me naked and makes love to me, I go through the roof. I never meant for this to happen, but I’m madly in lust and don’t know where this thing is going to end.
We met six weeks ago at a sales conference. I wasn’t even drunk. Our eyes locked and it was BANG! Lying Fifteen minutes later we were up in my hotel room destroying the bed.
His lips, his fingers, his sex turned a key in my inner soul and I orgasm like a howling wolf over and over again.
He is currently single again after a messy divorce but says we have to be together. We are soul mates and destined to be one. But I feel so terrible about my husband because he has no idea that I’m such a lying, cheating bitch.
He’s working hard to provide a good life for us. He’s set himself a target of earning so that we can put down the deposit on the house of our dreams.
Why did this have to happen to me? Why does life have to be so damned complicated?
I understand that you’re in the throes of passion, turmoil and confusion, but you have to stop and take stock. Your hard working husband doesn’t deserve this. He’s running around working like a fool to build a great life for you both. He has to hear that you no longer love him enough to stay married to him, because that’s the bottom line, isn’t it?
Can your young marriage be saved? Do you want it to?
I think that if your relationship was rock solid and you genuinely loved him, then there’s no way that you would ever have gone off with your lover in the first place. Yes, of course your husband sounds a considerate and caring man, but he’s not the one for you. If he was, then you wouldn’t even have noticed your lover at that conference, he would have just been another face in the crowd.
Tell your lover that he’s to leave you alone because you have some serious business to attend to. Then speak to your husband and be honest. Don’t try to make excuses or dress anything up or down.
Tell him that you have fallen in love with someone else and that your marriage has to end. Apologize, promise to make your divorce as civilized and as mature as possible, but do the right thing. It’s often said that we can’t help whom we fall in love with, but you have to do things in the right order from here on in.