Taco

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Latricia thinks she has fallen from her prime and everything that used to exist for her had disappeared-that is until she meets and is pursued by the tall, dark, and handsome 57 year old. Never in her most erotic dreams had Latricia 70 and 30 years celibate imagined such passion, never mind experienced it at the skillful and knowledgeable hands of the soft spoken determined, 13 years her junior Latino who was much more than he appeared to be.

Once she re-discovers her attributes and overlooks and reconciles to her age difference, weight and flaws and accepts his assurance that they were in no way a deterrent to his love or lovemaking, she becomes more sexually adventurous, less inhibited, and allows herself to be taken sexually to places she had never been before.

This is a compelling novel for women who find themselves alone thru widowhood, divorce or abandonment. It is a must read for women sixty and over. Sexuality is handled with sensitivity and honesty. Generational, often archaic views concerning sex and morality are addressed, with love and patience. Age related and medical issues are dealt with realistically and with understanding. The best kept secret of all, the surprisingly extraordinary number of women who have never, experienced an orgasm and accepted and suffered years of frustration and unfulfillment. The exciting erotic opposite in which passion, sensuality and gratification are introduced leaves every woman wishing for a Taco.

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