Sam and Carol were friends 40 years ago - now they're back in touch, literally, in ways they never were back then! Carol lives in San Francisco and Sam lives in the woods of Michigan, but they're still friends with full benefits, especially when they get together twice a year for a weeklong rendezvous! Carol is a retired costume designer, who now fashions imaginative clothing for the two of them to wear on their adventures; Sam created theater sets back then, now he turns his talents to, shall we say, intimate stages for inspired romance! Each summer, they convene at Sam's secluded house in the woods of Michigan; each winter, Carol plans a secret and sexy urban getaway. They're no longer teenagers, but they still can't keep their hands, or any other body parts, off each other.
"Let's Tryst Again" recounts one of their summer sojourns in Michigan, complete with strange costumes, curious constructions, shocking behavior in a rowboat, the surprising pleasures of midnight thunderstorms, and risky games on a Lake Michigan beach. Their shenanigans begin as soon as Carol gets on the plane bound for Grand Rapids when she opens an envelope from Sam containing instructions for putting her travel time to good use. They're going to need their six-month break to recover from this romp!
"Let's Tryst Again" is the first in a series of sweet, fun, and sexy stories about their semi annual assignations. They spend the intervening months entertaining each other with amusing and clever long distance games, which might yield some delightful short stories in themselves, but when Sam and Carol get together in familiar or far-flung places, they're ready for a week of uninhibited togetherness. 36,000 words, 16 illustrations.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Gene Clements is an artist, architect, and educator. He began the Tilly and Elmer series by writing a couple of paragraphs about a frisky older couple. His friends thought they were funny and wanted to find out what was going to happen if he finished the story. Now they know, for better or worse. Gene grew up in a small town in the Midwest although he now lives in California. He thinks he’s eighteen, but he’s really the same age as Tilly and Elmer. These stories aren’t necessarily autobiographical. Gene knows a lot of interesting people and has a prolific imagination; a dangerous combination.