Harry Morgan sees an old flame while driving home after taking his grandson to school. After thirty years since their initial romantic affair, they steadily renew a once passionate relationship. But after so many years alone, can they forfeit their independence without too great a personal cost? They are older, wiser, and they battle to find a compromise as feelings intensify and their interaction becomes even hotter. A romantic tale that delves into the psychological effects of an affair in later life and story which many over forties will recognize as being very real.
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Ken Ross was born in 1953 at Westow in the East Riding of Yorkshire. As a child, he lived at Barmby Moor, Pocklington, and York, before his parents moved to Leeds in 1964. He attended Harehills County Secondary School until leaving in 1969. Married in 1971 he had an assortment of jobs while honing his writing skills. After his divorce in 1986, he brought up his 8 children alone and eventually succeeded in getting published. At first, he wrote articles for magazines but has gone on to write over forty books, the first twenty-odd being solely for children. He is proud of his recent works, ‘A Cross Of Crocuses’ and ‘Ann – irresistible spirit’. He currently lives in Osmondthorpe, Leeds.
Ken’s most recent work is the romantic/erotic series of novels that includes WASTED PAIN, PROTECTION: sex, revenge & romance, BODIES: Erotic Suspense, and MAMA Erotic Suspense, and the recently added BROKEN SISTERS. These five novels are interlinked with the characters all living in the same house in an American city; first occupied by Jerry’s Pa and Ginger in WASTED PAIN, then by Jerry and his gals in subsequent stories. The central characters are Jerry, Patsy, and Erica and their adventures often occur close to the grim town of Crickenville in Ohio.
Another work published on 6th June 2019: ‘AN OLD AFFAIR’ – of particular interest to middle-aged, and above, singles who have thought about finding a partner. A good read.