I love writing about old marrieds. They have the best jokes, they know how to cook, and they have the most fun in bed. Plus, the fights are epic. Way better than newlyweds and first dates. When you’ve got the dirt on someone going back twenty-plus years, you both have home court advantage.Continue reading
Connie Corda has always been the nicest woman in Hollywood. But when her beloved husband dies and their best friend mysteriously drops her, her lonely, widowed misery spills over into her work.
Vince Davis doesn’t mind; four women with tempers have married and divorced him so far. For twenty-five years, Connie and Sam were his only example of a happy couple. Now Sam’s death confronts Vince with the uncomfortable truth that he wants Connie for himself … and guilt sends him running in the opposite direction.
I actually had a hairdresser once who really was pretending to be gay to avoid his ex-wife. While I didn’t find his act particularly convincing, I did wonder what he had going on that his ex couldn’t stay away from.Continue reading
In the process of making over his best friend Debby, hairdresser Bruce decides he has to seduce her— just a little teeny bit— to protect her from heartbreak. Yeah, that goes well.Continue reading