In the beginning, they communicated on
an Internet message board about the band Decrepit Moon and
then moved on to sending emails to each other followed by
phone calls, finding common ground easily from politics to
personalities. Finally, the two decided to meet in person.
A success in her field of PR work, Ana
Seger is a gorgeous thirty-eight-year-old divorced woman.
Ana knows that Ben Scalia is a math professor, a
self-proclaimed geek, but she didnít realize that the hot
guy she meets for the first time is only twenty-two years
Ben doesnít have a problem with the age
difference. All that matters to him is the instant
attraction and stimulating conversations. Ana, however, is
totally freaked out by the age thing. Now itís up to Ben to
convince Ana that love is what matters, not numbers.
Keeping Time is a smart May-December romance
with a lovely twist: the guy is significantly younger than
the lady. Clever dialogue and sizzling hot sex with solid
secondary characters puts Keeping Time at the