Abandoned by her husband, disappointed in daughter Susie’s casual attitude – ‘Dad’s having a mid-life crisis’, Beth decides to re-establish herself as the winner she once was.
When Frank Malone returns, he’s in for a big surprise!
Sun sneaked through blinds, her eyes shut tight not quite ready to open.
Elizabeth Malone wanted to revel in memories of the great sex she and Frank, her husband of forty years, had last night, at his insistence, for God sake. She practically had to seduce him before they did it anymore; was on the verge of suggesting those little blue pills the girls talked about, when out of nowhere he became amorous. And it was great no, wonderful
Fingers crept along the sheets searching for her mate and groped to where Frank could was to be found
most early mornings except on golf days or scheduled surgery.
Turning she called his name, saw an envelope lying on top of the pillow. A smile tugged at the corners
of her mouth and she sat up.
With care, one long polished nail sliced through the envelope. The nail snagged on an edge and broke. “Shit. Nothing was going to spoil the moment because this was the first letter from Frank in all the years of
togetherness and she planned to keep it. She withdrew the letter.
Stumbling off the bed, letter clutched in her hand, she groped for reading glasses, found them,
dropped them, on hands and knees patting the carpet, found them again.
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/7283 – one of the first ibookbuzz book club selections http://bit.ly/pfjmjshttp://www.amazon.com/Be-Continued-Charmaine-Gordon/dp/1935407430