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Please enjoy a peek into “A Man For Every Purpose”…
“I am good, but not an angle. I do sin, but I’m not the devil. I am just a small girl in a big world trying to find someone to love.” Marilyn Monroe
I lay here, naked, except for my cotton batman undies, on top of near perfect sheets.
Another bad, another man.
I offer my love host a pleasant good morning smile, politely including a post coital closed-mouth kiss. I toddle off to tinkle in yet another bathroom. My host followed me with his eyes as I tucked into the privacy of his bathroom.
When did the search for true love become so random, hopeful, and hopeless all at the same time?
My hair is disarranged, and dark circles raccoon my still sleepy eyes. I am utter imperfection. I call out a request. “Honey, how about a cup of coffee?”
No matter who the man is, coffee is part of the deal. Has romance come down to this? The coffee in the morning? Maybe I should but a really nice coffee maker and give up. Alone for life, with Mr. Folgers, Mr. Starbucks, or Mr. Juan Valdes. That’s it a hot Latin kick-start to my morning. I am not sure if I am looking for romance in the right places, but coffee seems to be a common denominator among the men I choose.
There is something intriguing about fallen in love so many times. It is not failure, just small snippet of welcoming intimacy. A window into what could have, should have, might have been. I would rather have a heart filled with these windows than not.
I wish I could count the men I’ve been with on one hand. I wish I could just stop counting altogether. Promiscuity is what some people call it: insanity is what others call it. I call it my search for true love. I have dubbed it “A Man for Every Purpose.”
Placing the quote at the end and leaving the beginning of the book how it reads. Happy reading! Cheers…
“The course of true love never did run smooth.” William Shakespeare
My Mantra: “Today I will try to bring more readers to my book, I am honored for all those that have read this book.”