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Jackie - who has six children from previous marriages, and seven grandchildren - said: 'My previous marriages were very conservative and John introduced me to a new way of living - one that had made me feel more empowered than ever before.'Of course, when we first began opening up our relationship, I definitely went through some moments of fear.
Fear that maybe John would like someone more than me, or maybe the woman he was with would be more carefree or better in bed.
The grandmother-of-seven met current partner John after splitting from her second husband five years ago and he introduced her to the 'swinging lifestyle'.
Having only been in traditional monogamous marriages before then, Jackie went from having fears about swinging - to feeling confident and secure enough to go on a 'threesome vacation' with John and another woman called Nora in 2015.
I did have moments when I broke down and felt unsure.'But I learned from the experiences and I was able to overcome my old thought patterns and embrace a more loving outlook.
Swingers Jackie and John, both 53, with a woman called Nora, right, a female partner they took on a 'threesome' holiday with to Norway in 2015.
All our lives, we are taught that jealousy is a natural response and that we're supposed to respond to our partner doing anything outside of our relationship with envy. When you switch to a swinging lifestyle, you have to retrain your brain and there's a few simple steps to get you to that place.
A: The most common question I receive is how to deal with jealousy and fear when you open up your relationship and how to handle your partner being in bed with someone else.
Through her book, Jackie wants to help and inform others who felt the same doubts and worries she initially had about opening up her relationship.