In "And Then She Kissed Me", the author writes a story about a love that can withstand just about the worst that life can throw at a person.
The story starts off with a painful setting, and the main character flips from his memories of his beloved wife and how they met, and the reality of the current situation.
There is sex in this story. We get to read about the couple's first kiss, their first lovemaking, and their honeymoon. However, this story has little to do with sex, and everything to do with companionship and love. Honestly, when you get done with it, you won't remember the sex much. Therefore, I am going with N/A, because there is no stroke value to this story.
The plot itself is done in a here/past/here/past type setting. The stage is set with the car accident from the very beginning, and thus a tone is also set. The main character's remembering of he and his wife's romantic journey to date is spread out over his desire to be back at his wife's side. Thus, for all the beauty of their relationship, the story is a somber one. In a sense, this is kind of sad, because their romance was told in an almost too brief fashion. I'd love to read about it in greater length.
Technically, I don't remember any flaws.
This story is a tough one, because the difficulty of their future is so easy to see. The sex failed to be erotic in any way for me, because I was more focused on their future, not their happy past. More than anything else, this story is a testament to the beauty of love, and it's power to overcome adversity.
A truly impressive story, and one that must have been difficult to write. I recommend it, but not for its sexual content.