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Ed's New Life ~ Revised Edition

by Ernest Bywater

Published: . 134,300 Words.

Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Action/Adventure

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Content Rating: Older than 17

A 48 year old man falls in love for the first time in his life. He has to take action to save her from a sexual predator, he finds he must, for the first time in his life, actually participate in life. No longer can he hide in the shadows as a quiet observer.

In the process of saving the woman he loves, he learns she loves him. He cleans up the mess the predator has made of the lives of others. His intellectual knowledge of people and relationships is finally put the test of being involved in a relationship. In his previous life in the shadow world of espionage and intelligence relationships meant danger, but not here. Here they mean joy and wonder. He must learn to handle these new emotions and interactions, as others learn the same or similar lessons.

He accumulates a number of people who come to depend on him, and he on them. Previously, he'd been in teams where you had limited responsibility for others, now (for the first time) he's part of a family group that's dependent upon all its members and they all love each other. This is a new experience for him. One he knows about intellectually, but now he must learn it emotionally. At the same time, he's faced with helping his new family members to learn about life and grow as people as well. Collectively and individually, the 'family' members learn about life, love, sexuality, sensuality, and sex. As they learn, they develop and grow as people, lovers, and humans. Together they explore many aspects of the human condition. They learn not everyone is the same, and also many are the same - but different.

In this erotic story, the author explores the human condition. Shows how emotional and physical relationships change a person's attitudes and help them to grow and develop; how physical relationships can affect your emotional development and the way you look at life; how they change your philosophy of what is life. He shows how your emotional development affects you attitudes to life and physical encounters.


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