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A couple determined not to end up like their divorced friends try a radical experiment - and get in way over their heads - in this hilarious, heartfelt novel from the author of We're All Damaged. The Core Four have been friends since college: four men, four women, four couples. They got married around the same time, had kids around the same time, and now, fifteen years later, they've started getting divorced around the same time, too. With three of the Core Four unions crumbling to dust around them, Jessica and Mitch Butler take a long, hard look at their own marriage. Can it be saved? Or is divorce, like some fortysomething zombie virus, simply inescapable? To maximize their chance at immunity, Jessica and Mitch try something radical. Their friends' divorces mostly had to do with sex - having it, not having it, wanting to have it with other people - so they decide to relax a few things.

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Matthew Norman

Matthew Norman lives with his wife and two daughters in Baltimore, Maryland and holds an MFA from George Mason University. His first novel, Domestic Violets, was nominated in the Best Humor Category at the 2011 Choice Awards, and his second novel, We're All Damaged, was an Amazon bestseller. Visit his blog at thenormannation.com, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram @TheNormanNation.

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