A passage from Love in the Time of Cholera
“He remembered other widows he had loved. He remembered Prudencia Pitre, the oldest of those still alive, who was known to everyone as the Widow of Two because she had outlived both her husbands. And the other Prudencia, the Widow Arellano, the amorous one, who would rip the buttons from his clothes so that he would have to stay in her house while she sewed them back on. And Josefa, the...
discodick asked: SINCE WHEN DID YOU START WORKING MANA BAR? Also, me and a mate are secretly scheming to replace Tony with an impostor. YOU'LL NEVER KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.