So it was an intensely exciting period, much more so, really, than dating is today.How much of that tingly excitement, that nervous expectation, that thrill that came from holding hands and kissing goodnight--how much of that can there be when even having sex is hohum and quite ordinary?
(March 2, 2015) The story is very special to me--from my heart, you might say. Oh, yes: I really did get the idea for the story when I saw that advertisement.
I entitled it "Affection," and its in the Josh and Nikki series where I write in the first person from Nikki's point of view. Here's the link for all my stories in the Josh and Nikki series.
Valentine's Day is a time to have some really good romantic fun!
If you want to read happy, romantic stories about married life, some tender and some humorous, you have come to the right place.
These were not "dull" times by any stretch of the imagination.
The same hormones flowed in guys and girls back then as they do now.This site contains two series of short stories written by me. However, the Terry and Laurie stories are written from Terry's point of view, while the Josh and Nikki stories are written from Nikki's point of view.You can read a general introduction to both series on the Terry and Laurie page and the Josh and Nikki page.For those of you who grew up later, I want to show you how exciting it was for girls--and guys! You'll feel the thrill that could come from just a kiss.But what does all this have to do with your marriages now?" The latest Josh and Nikki story (below) is mostly their reminiscing about how they met and started dating.