Jane are you alright? Ron asked as he told her she must have been a million miles away. Come sit beside me all of you. Jane said as she motioned for all the children and Ron to come. They all slid to her side and covered her with kisses and hugs. Later that night Ron took her in his arms and made love to her, until the wee hours of the morning. Like her mother Dianna married in Sag Harbor, being the oldest daughter it was special to Jane and Ron. They spent their honeymoon in their home along the ocean, making love while the ocean could be heard in the background. At last they were alone, where they could discover each others bodies. Like her mother, Dianna was a very sexual woman. As Janes other children grew life brought them new changes, some happy and other moments sad. As Jane grew older the twisting events never changed her love for her children and her grandchildren and understanding of people. She took up year round residence in Sag Harbor. This was without a doubt the most peaceful little village. If you enjoy a heart warming love story, and you are a romantic at heart, you will love this book. You wont be able to put it down until the end.
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Published February 14, 2000
Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica.