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To all: I hope it's not too much for y'all. I know I'm pressing the envelope a bit, but this love scene is so important to the rest of the book. Without it, you won't fully understand why they allowed themselves to be drawn back together. Or how even later in the book, why Aisha used their unique sexual connection to help Bonz through a difficult time. Okay, I'm starting to tell too much here. In short, this love scene is very important. lol.Can't wait to read your comments about it. That's if you choose to post any. Some of y'all might be hot with me about these hot scenes. lol. Hopefully, we'll still be friends once it's all over.Okay, back to the next scene.
Sizzling! What can I say? Thats some intense passion but very tastefully done as usual. Especially when you take it in the context that Aisha and Bonz are not saved. We are still friends. LOL
Tonia: Once again, I tried to place reality into fiction - unsaved single people have sex all the time. Shoot, SAVED single people are doing the same thing, but no one wants to talk about that. Not that we should over-emphasize that point, but to ignore or avoid it is not helping matters either.*smile* I'm glad we're still friends.
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