The Adultery Club

The Adultery Club

By Tess Stimson

Bantam Books, Paperback, 9780385341264, 386pp.

Publication Date: January 29, 2008


Nicholas Lyon is the perfect husband—a handsome divorce attorney who dotes on his wife and family. Sara Kaplan is the perfect seductress—a vivacious young lawyer tired of being single. And Malinche Lyon is the perfect wife—a still-beautiful cookbook writer and mother to three darling daughters. Now, in this smart, wickedly sexy novel, Nick, Sara, and Malinche are all about to join…The Adultery Club

Suddenly Nicholas—a man totally in love with his wife—is fantasizing about Sara. Sara is toying with Nick. And Malinche is facing temptations of her own. While appetites are whetted and sated from London to the English countryside, what began as instant animal attraction is spinning wildly out of control, turning lives upside down—and hearts inside out. And now one heretofore happily married man and two very different women are about to discover the difference between fulfilling your wildest desires—and getting your just deserts.

About the Author
Tess Stimon is the author of three previous novels and one biography, and writes regularly for UK newspapers and women's magazines. Born and brought up in Sussex, England, she graduated from Oxford University before spending a number of years working in Europe, Cyprus, and Lebanon as a TV news producer with ITN (UK) and CNN. She now lives in Florida with her American husband, their daughter and two sons.

Praise For The Adultery Club

"Perfect beach reading...Engaging, amusing, sexy, and surprisingly thought-provoking." —The Boston Globe

"One of my favorite books of the year." —Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author

“[A] superior tale of immorality and lust…Warmly recommended.” —Daily Mail, UK

“The perfect book to make you debate...a novel about cheating that challenges the reader to pick sides.” —In the Know, UK

“Bring this to your book club!”—Eve Magazine, UK

“With stiletto-sharp wit, Stimson unfolds a love triangle from all three points of view.” —Cosmopolitan, UK

“Stimson’s characters are complex and believable.”—Publishers Weekly