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This story is nowhere near erotica, barely a romance. So it’s really placed wrongly. Nonetheless, it is a good story. There’s barely any sexual aspect beyond some reference to sexual acts. And the 2 or 3 times sex occurs, once f/m and once f/f, it’s pretty quick, with little detail and no explicit language at all.
It’s told in split form. Sometimes the focus is on Delia. Other times the story focuses on her first friend outside of the family and more, Francis, a guy. Listeners get to know both of them well. So the story is not just about Delia.
An expected aspect—though not a big part and not until later in the book—is a paranormal aspect, a sort of ghost, or what Delia calls “shadows.” And that was an enjoyable surprise. Primarily, it’s a simple love story and also a woman’s journey of finding a full life and an unexpectedly love. Delia’s story is told from childhood until she’s approximately in her 70s, which was also a nice change. Overall, it was an ok story. There was a bit of depth. Everything was not easy and comfortable, which made it more real. And the characters had some development, though none of them to the extent that Delia and Francis are revealed. Overall, this tale is between a 3.5 and 3.75.