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Month: May 2019
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FOR THE LOVE OF US BY KAYLEE ROSE
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❥•° Fighting to Keep Our Love Alive ° •❥
❥•° COMING SOON!° •❥
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What happens when the kids leave for college and you remember you’re not just mom, but a woman too?
Simply going through the motions, on autopilot day after day, weighed heavily on me.
The one thing which bonded my husband and I, before the kids came along, was slowly cast aside as their needs grew more demanding.
Intimacy became an act; a performance, without the desire, passion and lust we once had.
My need to feel desired and wanted by my husband ate at me and I was determined to make him see the woman he married twenty-two years ago.
I wasn’t going to give up and hatched a plan, one which would hopefully forge a new beginning for us.
Fighting to keep our love alive was a risk, but, for us, I was prepared to do anything.
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