• Open

  • An Uncensored Memoir of Love, Liberation and Non-Monogamy
  • By: Rachel Krantz
  • Narrated by: Rachel Krantz
  • Length: 10 hrs and 9 mins

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Publisher's Summary

When Rachel Krantz met and fell for Adam, he told her that he was looking for a committed partnership - just one that did not include exclusivity. 

Excited but a little trepidatious, Rachel set out to see whether love and a serious relationship can coexist beyond the familiar borders of monogamy. This is her open and honest true story.

Now, in her debut memoir, she chronicles her dive into non-monogamy. With fly-on-the-wall detail and extraordinary perceptiveness, Open takes us inside Brooklyn parties and into the wider swinger and polyamory community. Armed with her journalistic instincts, detailed journal entries and interviews with experts and therapists, Krantz also breaks new ground in confronting the unique ways tacit abuse and gaslighting can manifest when things get so complex.

Unflinching and brazen, Open asks what liberation really looks like and whether the pleasure really is worth the pain.

©2021 Rachel Krantz (P)2021 Octopus Publishing Group

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  • 04-26-22

Sorry but her voice…

Un not that far into the story to comment about it, so far it didn’t catch me but what makes it difficult is her voice. The narrator’s voice is not pleasant. It seems it is hard for her to speak and she doesn’t make it easy to know who is talking. She doesn’t show emotions on certain exclamations and other phrases where you would expect it.
Not for me.