Have you ever been afraid to live alone? Have you ever been worried that you’ll never find that special one … the person you want to spend the rest of your life with? And you keep thinking positive. You’re in your late teens. You think she’s out there waiting for you to find her. You’re confident as many teenagers are, that you two will bump into each other like in the movies. Time will stop. Birds will sing. Flowers will bloom because you found her. You just know she’s the one for you. But it’s just a dream and you’re alone.
Then you’re in your twenties. You notice everyone around you is a couple. You keep looking for her because you don’t want to be the only single one in your group of friends. Time flies. Boom, bam. You’re in your thirties. Friends are married. Friends have kids— and you? Well, you’re still alone. You’re still searching for that special lady.
Now you’re starting to worry. Maybe she was that last woman you dated for a couple of months and dumped. Or was she that blind date your friends arranged. You cancelled that one at the last minute. Now you’re concerned. Maybe you blew off that special lady without knowing it. What if there is no sign? What if you can’t tell she’s the one?
You weren’t meant to live alone, were you? you ask yourself, and then you think the next woman you meet must be her. No matter what, you think, I’ll make it work. The relationship must work; it has to. But what if the next woman is completely inappropriate? Should you just accept her anyway since there is no one else on the horizon for you? Can you afford to settle for her and hope you can live with your decision? You think, Well, at least I’m not alone. Then you think is not being alone enough for you? Don’t you need more than a warm body next to you at night?
I wanted to go through this process with several of the secondary characters in my Forever Woman Series. I explored these questions and more when I wrote Forever Women In Love, hot burning hunks of passions (Vol 7). I do hope you like the results.
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