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WIDOW ON THE MAKE is the story of everyday, responsible people whose lives are wrought with common frailties; people who seek pleasure, profit, expediency; people not unlike those who may live in your town or your neighborhood. Respectable citizens — yes, but not without the foibles and weaknesses seen every day in nearly every city.
WIDOW ON THE MAKE provides a unique insight into those emotions with which we all must live, a look at America at the grass-roots level.
Dotty Kramer couldn’t keep her eyes off the handsome hired man. The pretty blonde teenager kept peering at him out the window as he worked shirtless in the hot August sun. What a hunk, she thought, what a gorgeous man.
“Dotty,” her mother laughed, “forget it. He’s too old for you. Why, he must be almost thirty.”
Dotty blushed hard. She’d been so intent on watching Hank Evans, she hadn’t realized that she was being watched, too. But her mother didn’t look angry, only amused.
“You finish your chores yet, honey?” Mrs. Kramer asked.
“No, Mom,” Dotty sighed. “I’ll get right to it.”
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.