Senior Passion-When Did That Happen?

Senior Passion is hot! with Charmaine Gordon


A series about mature romance with a touch of suspense?  Since senior romance is my expertise as a golden oldie—when did that happen?—I decided there was no time to waste. My publisher, Kimberlee Williams of Vanilla Heart Publishing heartily agreed!

Instant Grandpa was released as the first ‘long’ short story in my new series, The Beginning…Not the End, and opened the floodgates to many more stories of passion, suspense, and life starring mature couples. No matter what our kids say, (usually something along the lines of ‘oh Mom! Euwww!), love and romance never ends!

So, let’s talk about exploring new genre, enjoying crafting seriously sexy stories about real people ‘our’ age, and about how to approach a publisher with a concept they might not have considered.

Bodies may not work exactly as they did when we were 25, but hearts and minds get better with age, you learn to adapt and laugh at contortions, and today we will explore getting that sense of romance and passion out there for readers to enjoy.

Don’t look shocked when your grandparents kiss and hold hands. Someday you may wake up and find you are just like them. So enjoy every moment of your life. Check out my books. They are filled with the joy of aging; the privilege to be alive and to have someone to love.

TNBTE V 2 all three formats for announcement

Charmaine Photo for Pinterest


This is just one of the stories in The Beginning. . .Not The End.

Volume 1   Available in all formats

Instant Grandpa Blurb:

Summer at the Jersey Shore just got hotter… Take one widower grandfather, add two little grandkids, and a widowed grandmother with a small granddaughter. Mix well. Stir in sun drenched beach days and moonlit nights. What have you got? A kite flying high with a new tail; an author writing a book to sort out her emotions; a talented boy with his mother returned to claim the prize. Family complications and a happy beginning… not the end.

Consider this for a Christmas gift to your parents, grandparents or yourself. Everyone loves a good story. So will you. It’s a promise.


2 thoughts on “Senior Passion-When Did That Happen?

  1. I’m looking forward to reading this book. You are a shining example, Charmaine, that our senior years can be as full of love and laughter as those of the young ones. Perhaps even better?? I love your optimistic spirit, and your writing. I have put a link to your site on Facebook, to hopefully direct more readers to your site.

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