Similar to favorite songs, each story has a unique melody that lingers. Often without any background information, author Kate Deford places you in the middle of a relationship letting you listen to defining conversations or thoughts in the lives of her characters. With masterful use of double entendres, Deford writes stand-alone stories making Walking With Moons a memorable journey that readers will want to share with partners and friends.
The following descriptions are about seven different comedic works from the fifty-five brief stories included in Walking With Moons:
*How will their marriage survive after she reveals her Tuesdays with the bread man?
*During their first dinner together, she lies to the waiter. Can her date trust anything that follows?
*An elderly couple can't understand each other, but have a perfectly nice conversation anyway.
*After her husband's death, a woman uses her compact mirror to reflect on life.
*Shopping for his wife, he is sure he got it right at the grocery. But is his wife sure?
*A married couple learns how spiders are like diamonds.
*If their relationship is a game show, will they take home the Grand Prize?