Mirrored Lives by Rique Johnson
The book starts off with us having a look at a woman named April who is love with thunderstorms and in love with her husband Virgil. Her sense of intimacy has another notion, though. Even though they have been together for a few years April feels like their sex life has been going downhill. After she confesses this to her husband she goes to the bathroom and finishes what he never started from the looks of it. Then you meet Ariel who is also married and loves her husband and actually has not complaint. Well, except one and it has nothing to do in the sex department. Even after her man gives her all the pleasure imaginable, she finds herself in the bathroom as well and then things starts to get weird. To a point to where they see themselves but it's not them. It freaks them for a minute, but snap out of it due to different circumstances. Life goes on for usual for these two, but you see them doing the exact same thing as you continue reading. Another thunderstorm is headed their way and then it starts to get intense.