Taste of Desire

Taste of Desire

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psdoffhby By psdoffhby Updated Jun 30, 2013

Love and marriage has it's problems but for a couple truly in love their is one thing it should never have. A fire that can be distinguished. Remember to keep the fire lit and enjoy what you have because in the end nothing is hotter than a fire, love and passion that know no bounds.

minnie_mouse262 minnie_mouse262 Jun 21, 2013
No problem. Ah, well then in that case wording is all the difference in the world.Change the wording to  "a distinguishable fire". It'll fit perfectly. It's all about word choice/word diction in some instances. @psdoffhby
psdoffhby psdoffhby Jun 21, 2013
@minnie_mouse262 Thank you dear. I actually meant to put the word "Distinguished" because I wanted it to mean " A fire that burns so strong for one another that it isn't easily recognized by others but it is always there, no matter what."
minnie_mouse262 minnie_mouse262 Jun 21, 2013
Also, unless you've read through the whole entire story, then you can't know for sure that it is incorrect. Sometimes writers make typos are marginal errors when doing these things. Have you read through this book as well an whole? @komalsekhon
komalsekhon komalsekhon Jun 21, 2013
distinguished means "recognized"
                              extinguish means "to put an end to"
                              Your story is wrong from the summary
psdoffhby psdoffhby Jun 06, 2013
@Book_Lover_13 Why thank you. I hope you enjoy Darren and Shana's journey into a sexual awakening.
psdoffhby psdoffhby Mar 12, 2013
@bluequaint Have you read the two parts to it that I posted or just the synopsis? I have two very steamy stories in the book. I loved collaborating with my wife on this story.