A desperate schism has developed between one group trying to cling to a traditional formula and another group struggling for a change. In these novels, one message that comes through is: It doesn't have to be such a battle.
West Nyack, NY (PRWEB) May 21, 2014
After working almost 40 years in psychotherapy, Steve Green saw repeating issues/conflicts/dynamics in marital or relationship patterns; something was no longer working in the formula. "I do believe we are in the process of a cultural evolution," states Mr. Green. "There's a reason why we see so many scandals lately; even among conservative moralistic politicians. The economy is leaving most of us in the dust, the role of women in modern societies has significantly changed, family size has diminished, we are living longer and healthier. A desperate schism has developed between one group trying to cling to a traditional formula and another group struggling for a change. In these novels, one message that comes through is: It doesn't have to be such a battle."
In the original novel, “Menage 3”, the reader was introduced to three lovable, strong-willed individuals who found a way to trust and love once again. The novel ended with pregnancy and warm emotions, but left many open questions. In “Menage 3B – Baby Makes Four,” Steve confronts some of those questions. The loving threesome has relocated, but there are undercurrents that hint at struggles beneath the pleasant suburban veneer. A PTA meeting can turn sour. Friendly contacts with other mothers in a neighborhood playground reveal pain behind the smiles.
Take a ride on this merry-go-round and you’ll face cultural, economic, and social issues that are impacting on very personal levels. With beguiling erotic scenes, humorous moments of chaos, and the unfolding of horrific family history, this novel is a welcome sequel and a provocative statement about human evolution. This book celebrates the resiliency of the human spirit.
The sequel was a surprise even to Mr. Green himself. "I never expected M3 to have a sequel. But several female readers asked for it. Once I got down to it, the result even surprised me. It was a true work of love!"
Steve's books can be purchased online at Amazon, Kobo, Nook, and Smashwords.
Steven R. Green was born in The Bronx and currently resides in Rockland, County, New York. For almost twenty years, he specialized in the treatment of eating disorders, trauma, addictions, and women's issues. He has extensive experience in relationship therapy and individual life transitions. Now, semi-retired, he has pursued his dream of writing quality fiction that provokes debate and challenges dogmatic thinking.