Yours Mine Ours

Yours Mine Ours

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Author: Bridgitte Lesley
Publisher: GD Publishing
Length: 152 page(s)
Language: English
Written: Apr 2015
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Views: 12198

Category: Fiction & Literature » Romance  |  Work: Roman
Keywords: romance, love, family, relationships, humor, dating, siblings, parents, jealousy, grandchildren, councilor, doctor, babies, contemporary, adult, marriage

When a 'yours' and 'mine' scenario becomes 'ours'.

In so many families there is a ‘yours’ and a ‘mine’ scenario. Your children. My children. And sometimes ‘ours’.

Dawn and Dutch had both had it rough. Their partners had both moved on. Leaving them both thinking that they were pretty useless. In everything including the bedroom duties. Which really was not the case.

It was a Sunday afternoon when Dawn had taken her family out to lunch that she met Dutch. Dutch was with his family doing the karaoke. At a little pub come restaurant. Dawn became the star performer but soon had to run off.

Soon enough Dutch and Dawn started dating. They weren’t youngsters. But the feelings coursing through their bodies were both new and strange. They hadn’t lived their lives when they should have. They had one tiny little tiff which provoked the little jealous monster. But it soon blew over.

Dutch’ family soon became Dawn’s. Dawn’s family admired Dutch. It ended up as ours. A chuckle awaits you! Enjoy!


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Bridgitte Lesley resides in sunny South Africa.

Creating exciting reading material is her aim. Most days you will find her sitting at the laptop doing what she enjoys the most. Writing.

When she isn't at the keyboard she is sitting thinking about that next book.

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