My Wife's Twin - M.R. Leenysman - ebook

Thinking he’s surprising his wife in the shower, Jeremy is the one who gets the surprise of a lifetime.

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My Wife’s Twin

By M.R. Leenysman

Copyright 2017, M.R. Leenysman

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You’ll probably say I should have known, but I’m actually glad I didn’t. I might have blown off the best thing that ever happened to me, if I had.

I love my wife Kassandra, better known as Kassy, with all my heart, but things in our life were feeling like that love wasn’t enough. We wanted a baby, but every effort we made seemed to end in tragedy. A miscarriage when she was 25, a tubal pregnancy at 26 that destroyed one fallopian tube, and another on the other side six months later that wrecked the other tube. Her chances of conceiving naturally were now zero. She could still get pregnant if we could come up with the money for an expensive IVF procedure that our medical insurance wouldn’t cover and which still wasn’t a guarantee, especially considering the previous miscarriage. We were still saving for the down-payment on a house, and that would wipe those savings out.

I kept telling Kassy that I was okay if we didn’t have kids or we could attempt to adopt, an option I favored given that I’d been a foster child myself until I aged out of the system at 18, but neither option was satisfactory for her and she blamed herself, no matter what I said.

Nothing I could say seemed to improve her mood, and I began to worry that our marriage would fail, if things continued the way they were going. There was no joy between us, especially in bed.