Book: I'm Your Baby Tonight - but what about tomorrow? by B.L. Wilsoncategories: Book, Romcom, African American, Romance, Lesbian, Halloween, Black Comedy, Black Romance, Black Lesbian, Romantic Comedy
B.L. Wilsonabout this book: A City Park Ranger trades in her identity for one night of loving an older woman who refuses to accept the real her.
City park ranger, Kayla Zeno, meets, Deidre Adams, a former teacher, for the first time when another park employee escorts her to the entrance. Several hours earlier, Deidre shared lunch with her best friend, who spent much of the meal reminding Deidre how she needed to get out more. She tried to pressure Deidre into attending a Halloween Party five weeks away. Deidre lost the love of her life, two years ago when she died from diabetes complications. She hasn't dated since her lover's death. When Deidre meets the park ranger, she immediately dislikes her. The park ranger is too young, too rude and too overly confident in her attempts to ask her out.
I wanted to write the story of an older woman with plenty of baggage she's unwilling to give up just to begin dating again. What would she do if a very persistent younger woman kept asking her for a date? My character Deidre is a bit of a snob in that she feels she can't find a woman who is an equal to her deceased mate of 15 years so she's stopped looking for love. She's also highly educated and works as staff developer for the NYC Board of Education. In contrast, Kayla Zeno is a young stud, a city park ranger who is almost a decade younger than Deidre and finds her very attractive. They keep bumping into each at work and play. Of course, Kayla uses everything single occasion to make a play for Deidre whether appropriate or not.
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