Never Too Late for Love: Fiction
More Stories From The Sunset Gang. A collection that combines additional stories written after The Sunset Gang was published dealing with the same intrepid crew who inhabit Sunset Village. Anyone who is aging, meaning all of us, will revel in these stories of joy, love, sex, and energy that give a deeper meaning to the aging process, especially in what the young might call the twilight years. In these stories, there is no sense of oncoming doom and life goes on in a perpetual sunset. Anyone who has an older friend or parent will marvel at this wonderful, inspiring collection and enjoy reading and re-reading these stories for years to come. Everyone of us, after all, is headed in the same direction.
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