Meredith Donnor is no longer searching for the man of her dreams. She married him six years earlier. But her romantic life has gotten off track. To avoid an uncomfortable subject, she and Greg are barely speaking - distractions at work, where Meredith teaches first grade, are not helping - and Meredith’s penchant for over-thinking generates more anxiety than answers. She becomes increasingly frustrated as her hints to restart communication go unnoticed and Greg’s return gesture comes with its own set of problems.
When they finally escape to the “Tightening the Knot” marriage seminar, they believe there is more to laugh at than benefit from. But could humor provide the breakthrough this humorless situation needs?
"Yikes! Just not a great book!" -- Liz on goodreads
"Tightening the Knot is a first class book that I would not hesitate to recommend to anyone looking for a light, but entertaining read." -- Kevis Hendrickson, author of the Rogue Hunter series
From the author:
This was the first book I retired. My idea was to write a love story between two people who were already married and needed a rekindling. Perhaps it was ill-advised to try to draw humor around that situation. While some people did like it, the ones who didn't were adamant about their position. I don't regret this book. I simply prefer to focus on the ones that have been more well-received.