Johnny Dragona has had several romance novels and over a dozen erotic novels published. He lives in Cliffside Park, NJ with his wife of over thirty years.
They couldn’t have what they wanted, because she was Jewish and he was a Gentile.
Should Janey, a Jewish girl, and Johnny, a Gentile boy, express their growing love for each other, when her family is opposed to such a union, and she had been promised to another?
Even after she gets married, their feelings couldn’t be dampened, but that love couldn’t be consummated.
Then a crisis brings them together once more.
Kelly is intelligent, attractive and fun to be with, and John realizes that. But they cannot have anything more than an employer/employee friendship because she is content in a monogamous, loving relationship with Christine. When a former lesbian lover causes problems for Kelly, including a threat to kidnap her or harm Christine, she finds herself even closer to John. How can he lure a woman away from a lifestyle she is obviously happy with, despite a growing attraction to him? And how can Kelly handle the problem of being torn between two hearts?