Worth the Wait by Ralst

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I have always been a fan of Ralst’s writing. My only complaint is that she’s so busy running Passion and Perfection that she doesn’t have enough time to finish the ones I liked most. Particularly her Bad Girls work. Last I checked, she had taken her incomplete stories down from the P&P site though. I’ll have to keep checking.

Anyway, Worth the Wait is a short inner monologue provided by Blair Warner. She’s reflecting upon her relationship with Jo Polniaczek – the new intimate relationship that took 20 years to happen. Just as with the other stories by Ralst that I’ve read, there’s plenty of humor and good writing. It’s a light, feel good piece.

http://www.ralst.com/WorthWait.HTM

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