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A much younger man. by: Highbridge, Dianne urn:acs6: muchyoungerman00high:epubcadb-d0aff7b2a75f. Aly is a thirty-five year old high school English teacher, divorced, not thrilled with her job, a little lonely. One day she takes the train instead of driving home and is . A much younger man by Dianne Highbridge; 1 edition; First Borrow · DAISY for print-disabled Download ebook for print-disabled (DAISY).
Zulkibei As the lovers here see nought but each other, the story sees little but them and their obsession—and in that context the heights and depths of passion and each hoghbridge of delight are finely done. A Much Younger Man is a beautifully written novel. Lyrical, beautiful, simple, heartbreaking, healing, perfect. View all my reviews Share this: I was afraid to be seen reading this. Stay in Touch Sign up. A fine, moving novel.
A much younger man Open Library Tom is tall, handsome, plays the lute, can sing and enjoys architecture. I loved this book. Anyone who would rate this book less than 4 stars, or would dislike it because the subject matter is taboo or the writing seems unrealistic has never experienced, secretly or publicly, love for anything that the world might view as taboo. But it was just Mar 15, Nancy rated it it was ok.
Finally, a troubled romance with a decent ending. Much Younger Man I would not condone mjch events in this book in real life, but it really was a good read.
Jul 01, Pages. During a stint in New York she married a Japanese industrial designer, and together they moved to Tokyo where she has been living for 17 years. We are experiencing technical difficulties.
May 19, Jennifer rated it it was ok. You are commenting using your WordPress. Before you think to toss Alyson into the poky for statutory rape, this is a contemporary story that takes place in Australia, where the legal age of consent is Not clumped together muc someone twice their age. Very true-to-life, the novel handles such delicate subject matter in a sensitive and unique way. Braden is 23 and has just had his football career cut short. I love this book.
Sharon: I loved this book! I keep hoping there will be a sequel… Dalen: …you need to get this book!
Trust me. Bibi: Has anyone read Snowfire by Anne Mather? So good. A women becomes the guardian to her young nephew and his best friend falls in love with her.
The story evolves over many years. I really enjoyed this one. It has no steamy scenes but a lot of sexual tension. It tells about a divorcing woman, who meets and falls for a son of her First Love.. Love the book so damn much!
Jenny: Taboo by Roxy Queen was a fun read that would fit this list! Great stories, all of them in that anthology.
I fell in love. Seriously…… Jennifer: Make Me Yours …made me ccccrrrrryyyyy!!!!!!! I read it a couple of years ago but really liked it! Pretty steamy too if I remember right!
It is an older book and deals with an extreme to me age difference and as it is based in Australia, with their age of consent. He understands the sacrifices he is making by having a relationship with Alyson but it nevers deters him. He is solid, sure and a rock to Alyson's fragility. He knows what he wants now and in the future and all of those plans include Alyson.
He is the proverbial guy who, when handed lemons, makes lemonade. Unfortunately, something happens that ends the relationship and crushes Tom's spirit. Innocence is replaced by the harshness of reality, and both Tom and Alyson - while appearing to be functioning normally - on the inside are dying a little bit every day as each moves on without the other.
At this point, the age difference is all but forgotten it seems so unimportant now and you fervently hope, when they finally happen to meet again, that the flame has not burned out.
I really loved this story and the unusual way the author chose to tell it.