Life in the 90s

The women in the 1990’s were hitting their stride. Women as executives, lawyers, doctors were accepted as the norm. Comfortable with their new roles, women were no longer afraid to show their femininity. They tossed their androgynous business suits and embraced softer looks, even dresses.  Most families had two wage-earners and juggled household and child care responsibilities equally between husband and wife. To single career women their independence and professional lives meant everything. Many wondered how they would fit marriage in – or, if they even wanted to marry.  Yet others were determined not to miss out on motherhood. What was the path to fulfillment? And could they figure it out in enough time? Read More

That Sexy Man I’m Afraid To Marry…

Dateline: May 1990

When we’re young and blessed with a happy home, it’s easy to think that life is nice and orderly. We neatly progress through school and friends and that special boy, to college or a job, then into marriage and children. Of course, you hear about “the thorns on the rose,” about “the rocks on the garden path,” but you don’t really understand what it’s all about until you prick yourself on one of those thorns or stumble over one of those rocks. Read More

I’m in Love With a Really Short Guy!

romance books-love stories-true romance-romance stories-romance ebooksDateline: February 1998

“But he’s so… little,” Sonya whispered when I pointed out Gary, in the supermarket. Gary was the store’s manager and that’s how I’d met him in the first place, as Sonya well knew.

“Shut up!” With a quick, fierce movement, I dug my elbow into her side. Gary was already making his way toward us, his honest, open face clearly showing his pleasure. True, he was only about five-feet‑five inches tall, tops, but he had nice brown hair, laughing eyes, and a grin to die for. Read More

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