Fuzzy Wuzzy already reviewed this story ten years ago. He nailed it in his review. Which wasn't fuzzy. It was precise and accurate.
Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair, Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't fuzzy, was he?
The story is all tens. It's got great characters and lots and lots of sex, and if you don't read it, there must be something really important going on in your life. The reason I don't review all of rlfj's stories is it would get repetitive telling you they are all tens and to read them sooner than humanly possible.
At this point I am supposed to say something critical so the review is balanced and fair. OK, the story is too short. I admit it ends at just the right place, after a life changing event. But I want to know what happens next. Unfortunately we don't always get what we want. Fortunately there are other stories by this author.
I keep telling people that I'm a sucker for a good love story, and this is definitely it, really twice over!
Lauren is the mother of two preteen kids. She is a young widow with just one hang-up: she will not make love with a friend in her bedroom in case the kids will hear he enjoying herself, and Peter is new found beau, a bachelor, and as horny as a two peckered goat! They get up to all sorts of escapades to satisfy their natural urges.
Lovers number two are Heather and Robby; young teenagers who as the story opens are just getting acquainted. Heather's mother is suffering from a fatal brain tumour, and this affects her husband and daughter to the extent that Heather moves in with Lauren into her basement apartment, which both couples use as a love nest.
However, Heather is the perfect virgin, and begs Lauren to teach her all she knows about love-making so that she can satisfy Robby's desires.
Now that's two generations; Lauren's kids make three, and all the in-laws make it four, or is that five? Anyway, Lauren and Peter finally marry, and it looks like that Robby and Heather also make a commitment to each other. I honestly don't know which pair has the highest stroke rating, but, dear readers, you get at least two for one!