What can I say that will convey how much I loved this book? “I loved it” just does not seem to cover it but I really did love Band of Gold by Lena Matthews. This is the story of how a lonely house wife and recent divorce who have known each other for years but due to a heartbreaking set of circumstances were never allowed to be together. This is an affecting and highly erotic tale that examines the true depths of love when two people are allowed to have a second chance. Lena Matthews pens another fantastic story that clearly displays her exceptional talent at creating an excellent blend of humor, quality cast of characters, a love story that will make want to live vicariously through the characters. Another lovely short story that will leave you aching for more.
Key parties are one of the many dirty secrets of the 70s. You place your key ring into a bowl and leave it to fate that you will be going home with someone that you are attracted to, which is one of the main reasons for Edith to be throwing the party in the first place. After being in a loveless marriage for 10 years, Edith needs something that will spark some life back into her marriage. She figures that giving into her husband’s wish to have a key party is the best option for her and her marriage. When she sees that one of her guests is none other than Grady, her high school friend with whom she had a crush on. Edith is willing to do anything to make Grady her one night stand but is afraid that he does not feel the same way about her. What she does not know is that the only reason he is there is because he wants to make Edith his but for longer than a one night stand. Will these two be able to find their way back to one another before it is too late for them?
In the era of disco and bell bottoms, one neighborhood is keeping free love alive, one key at a time.
From the outside, perpetual good girl Edith would appear to be the last person in the world who'd attend a key party, let alone throw one. But after countless years trapped in a loveless marriage, Edith is willing to try anything for a chance at passion, even if it's only for one night.
Years ago, Grady walked away from love because he wanted to do the right thing. The key party afforded him an opportunity to correct that mistake. This time he was going to choose the woman he loved, no matter what society thought. He had a plan, he had a secret, and he had an offer he hoped Edith would want to take him up on.
Now, all he had to do was get her to pick his key.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations,
graphic language, and material that some readers may find
objectionable. 83 pages