D.O.L.L.S. Ellen ePUB

By Shari Dare

We're Desirable Older Ladies Love Specialists (D-O-L-L-S) and don’t think because we have snow on our roofs that means the fire went out in our furnaces. We do want to get to know you better and have a good time.

Ellen decided to try Internet dating until her daughter invited her to a lumberjack competition in Northern Wisconsin. Even though Ellen knew her daughter wanted to screen the men she met, she decided why not?

Buck’s friends and family have been pushing him to start dating, but all the younger women he’s been with have left him cold. The suggestion of an older woman came as a preface to seeing the ad for a weekend with one of the D-O-L-L-S Little did he knew that a cougar like Ellen could become one great lover.

Contemporary Romance, Erotica

Sensuality rating: 4

Cover Art by Bev Haynes


Cover of D.O.L.L.S. Ellen by Shari Dare
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Author: Shari Dare

Chapter 1

Ellen Drake sat in front of her computer, contemplating the adventure she and her friends planned. Last month, Grace found a younger man and made her own fireworks for the Fourth of July. Ellen originally wanted August as her month, but now it didn’t seem such a hot idea. With absolutely no idea where or how to start, she returned her attention to the program for online dating flashing on the computer screen and she began to panic. She’d been widowed since the age of twenty-seven. At the time of Howard’s death, she had two children to raise and very little time for sex. The kids were one thing, but the explicit wishes Howard set forth in his will were quite another. As long as she never remarried, she would never have to subtract a check from her checking account. The stipulation, along with the extent of her husband’s financial interests, combined to send her reeling. The concept seemed too bizarre to be true, so she contacted the man in charge of Howard’s trust at the bank. “It’s strange,” he agreed, “but these were Howard’s wishes. There is more than enough money to sustain you for the rest of your life or until you remarry. If you do remarry, the money will revert to the children’s trust for their education. As you know, Howard left a substantial trust fund for the children as well. Even with tuition rising at a high rate, they won’t have to worry. When the time comes that you want to remarry, I suggest you make the decision to give the money to charity.

Through the years, she had dated many men, but the thought of remarriage never crossed her mind. Because of Howard’s money, she had managed to remain completely independent and she liked things that way. To date she never had to worry about the funds being there, but of course, she watched every penny and didn’t go on crazy spending sprees. Not that the thought hadn’t crossed her mind, but she didn’t want to tempt fate. She stayed in contact with the lawyer and knew exactly what the interest on the invested money came to and tried to never spend more than what she knew was in her account. To date, she never had to touch the principal, but lately it too began to dwindle with the downturn in the economy.

Of all her friends, she was the only one without a plan how to advertise for a man. Grace used the newspaper, Carol planned to use the bulletin board at the technical college where she taught, Marie would utilize her dance studio with lots of handsome young men and Anita would post at the athletic club where she worked as a nurse. Ellen again stared at the computer screen containing the application she needed to fill out when the phone rang. Getting up from the computer chair, she went into the kitchen to answer the portable phone on the counter. As she did, she caught a glimpse of herself in the living room mirror. Am I out of my mind to be thinking about looking for a younger man?

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