5 Cheating Husband Romance Books You Must Read

Cheating Husband Relationship

Why do men cheat? They’ve got great wives, good-looking, smart, intelligent, hardworking, creative, even good sex partners, and they still cheat. Men do not cheat because of women. They cheat because something is broken or dysfunctional inside their own heart and own life.

Most of this starts in adolescence and early adulthood. Some guys cheat because they’re hunters. They’re looking for that low self-esteem girl who they can use and throw away as an object again. His objective relationship is not the way you think in a relationship because you think he loves her or wants to have her. No, he wants to hunt, find prey, throw away and not deal with it again. That’s the hunter type.

That’s not going to make much sense to you as a woman because most women don’t think that way, especially married women in a relationship. Another one is the hero guy. He wants to be a hero for somebody and rescue them to feel good about themselves, but he uses them sexually.

That’s another reason a man can cheat the hurt, wounded guy. This is the guy who complains about his wife, how miserable he is, how he’s suffering, and he draws the woman in to rescue him. Many stories about cheating husbands romance, and many authors convert these stories into books.

Top 5 Cheating Husband Romance Books

The most notable study said that men cheat 21% of the time, whereas women are between 10 to 15 percent. According to the General Social Survey of the University of Chicago’s Independent Organization, that’s. Men are very different from women in procreation because men can physically have sex with as many women at the end of the day.

From an evolutionary biology perspective, it makes sense that men might be seeking more partners than women because they have less to lose. That does not mean that every man cheats. Every man does not cheat.

Cheating is always a choice based on a person’s lack of character. They’re willing to go ahead and break that trust and be with someone else. So the question is, why might they make that choice? For starters, they don’t value a committed relationship, which could be for many different reasons. Now I will review 5 cheating husband romance books that you like to read. Let’s go!

1. All Your Perfects

The book follows a married couple whose marriage is falling apart, and they’re trying to get it back together. But they don’t know how to glue it back to where it was. This book is very poetically written, and it has so many great moments and quotes that you can take away from the book to feel so real. Also, it deals with everyday issues that both men and women and couples deal with.

We follow Quinn from the age of 24 to 31. The book also has two different timelines. We get to see how this couple started and started the relationship and marriage. Then we get to see how they are now and how everything got to this very sad and almost hopeless place. The contrast between the two only makes the story more heartbreaking.

Even though it’s such a sad book, you’re gripping onto that little bit of hope. Quinn is so real. Then we have Graham on the other side, who is such a sweet and supportive husband. Every morning, Graham woke up asking when what she had dreamt about. But there was a point where he stopped asking her what she was dreaming about because he loved her relationship with Ava. So at the time, he was starting to cheat with his wife and love Ava. It’s exciting to see what happens in their relationship. Will Quinn forgive Graham?

Author: All Your Perfects
Average Customer Review: (4.6 out of 5, on Amazon)
Category: Women’s Divorce Fiction
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Library Binding | Kindle | Audio CD

2. What He Doesn’t Know

This is a duet, and they are meant to be read together. The second book is What He Always Knew. So in this book, we are following Charlie. Charlie is a wife and a kindergarten teacher, and she seemingly has a perfect life. Her husband seems to have this beautiful relationship. But on the inside, Charlie is struggling. She is sad and lonely. She’s dealing with a lot of stuff, and she doesn’t feel like she can lean on her husband. They’re going through a rough patch.

Charlie feels like she will never crawl out of this rut that they’re in. Then, one day, she is at work, and her brother’s best friend, who happens to be Charlie’s first love, Reese, will be teaching at the same school. When she sees him, all of her feelings come rushing back, and Reese is there for her in a way that she needs right now.

So this duet does have cheating in it. This one is a bit of a love triangle because she still loves her husband, but she’s also in love with Charlie. It’s a different type of love, and it follows her journey to figure out which love is real.

Author: Kandi Steiner
Average Customer Review: (4.4 out of 5, on Amazon)
Category: Contemporary Romance, Family Life Fiction
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Kindle

3. Heart of the Matter

This book deals with very serious situations, and the characters are grown up. It is about two women who lead two completely different lives. Their names are Tessa and Valerie. Valerie is a single mother. She is a lawyer who takes care of her son all by herself. Moreover, Tessa is a housewife mother of two children married to Nick’s plastic surgeon. But how Tessa and Valerie end up crossing each other or how they end up meeting is by Tessa’s husband.

The book covers the whole topic of marriage and cheating relationships. Would you forgive and forget? Would you try to fix it, or would you up and leave? Emily Giffin decides to take a more serious note and try to find another aspect of marriage when things go wrong, and that marriage can be repaired no matter what happens. So this is for the more mature reader because it does deal with married couples and cheating husband relationships.

Author: Emily Giffin
Average Customer Review: (4.3 out of 5, on Amazon)
Category: Contemporary Women Fiction
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

4. Something Borrowed

The book is about two best friends, Rachel and Darcy. One of them is engaged to marry Darcy, and Rachel loves Darcy’s fiancee. This book is told from Rachel’s point of view. So you can pretty much fathom that it’s all about Rachel and her anxiety and how she’s dealing with her crazy love for Darcy’s fiancee. It’s deeper than that because it explores friendships. They’ve been friends since grade school, and they’re in their late twenties right now.

The way that the characters are, Rachel is shy. She’s quiet and conservative. She’s set in her ways laid back, and Darcy is the complete opposite. She’s loud and beautiful. Every guy wants her. Also, this book played off of that a lot. It makes you wonder, is her love for Darcy’s fiance true? Is it a sick play-off of her insecurities and her distorted self-image?

Author: Emily Giffin
Average Customer Review: (4.3 out of 5, on Amazon)
Category: Friendship Fiction
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

5. The Wives

This book is about a woman who is in a polygamist marriage. She’s married to a man who is also married to two other women. For most of her marriage, she’s not known very much of anything about these other women. The story unfolds when she takes a bit more interest in learning who these women are, getting to know the backstory and the secrets of the women sharing her husband.

There were so many overdone plot devices other than the whole polygamy thing. It is a psychological thriller, suspense about our main character, part of plural marriage. So she and two other women are married to this man named Seth. One day she finds the address of one of these other women, and her curiosity gets the best of her, and she goes out and seeks and finds her. This book does deal with some mental health issues with the cheating husband romance trope.

Author: Tarryn Fisher
Average Customer Review: (4.1 out of 5, on Amazon)
Category: Domestic Thrillers
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

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Pauline Jackson

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