Now She's Gone
Bruce doesn't know what happened to his wife, Sandy. All he knows is that she disappeared without a trace. Just when he's about to give up looking, he uncovers her journals which give him a closer look at her, her past, and her secrets:
I loved it when he took control like that. Soon I was naked and pressed up against his fully clothed body. It felt so good, wicked almost. God, I was so in love with this dude I could have eaten him alive. Every single inch of him. Chicks really dug him. And that really pissed me off.
I chased her out of the cafeteria. Everyone was yelling, CAT FIGHT! CAT FIGHT!
On the last day of our rendezvous, Mom came home early to find us in her bed. Yes, she did. Mom said, "We have to leave this town. There's nothing here for either of us and you know it as much as I do. That boy you love, you'll get over him just like I got over your daddy."
The only way for a girl like me to make a decent living was to be a stripper.
We stared into each other's eyes, getting lost in the lust as we always did. Once we were together, nothing else mattered. He did that to me. He made me forget all the bad stuff in my life. His mother hated me.
Now, She's Gone, an erotic novel about love, betrayal and desire.