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Mom’s Hot Friend

By Isa Adam

Copyright@2018 by Isa Adam

Smashwords Edition

This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.







"Why do you always do this to yourself Mother?" the blond young man sitting beside his mother's bed said mostly to himself. He took his mother's hand in his and kissed her palm lightly. Were he any normal son, he would have been beside himself with worry and would have probably shed a few tears at seeing his mother so helpless on a hospital bed hardly even moving. However, this wasn’t so in Bandon's case. Having a mother like his, he'd be down here at the hospital at least once a month paying her bills after his mother had so stupidly injured herself. Her latest injuries weren't even as serious as the others she had had before so Brandon was confident her mother would make a full recovery.

This month's injury had been gotten when his mother had deemed it appropriate to go mountain climbing. If this were any other woman, it would have been a great idea for an adventure but for his sixty-year-old mother you had both asthma and arthritis, the same could not be said. She should have known that there was no way she could last at the mountains in her state. If only Brenda had decided to grow old quietly like the rest of his friend's mothers them everything would be okay. For Brenda, old age and disease had only brought about the realization that she wasn't going to be around for too long. She'd since made a vow to live her life like she never had before. Any sane person would have adjusted their lives just a little bit. Eating some new strange food would have been an option or maybe even travelling to an exotic region on earth where she could meet a lover. Anything would have been better than dabbling in activities most people even half her age never involved themselves in. Brandon would have been okay with any sensible thing his mother did, but his mother could never be a sensible woman. Instead, she'd decided that the best way to go would be to break every bone in her body before she died from old age.


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