As I stood there looking into the mirror in the Church bathroom, with tears in my eyes, Rodney’s wife entered. I wiped the tears from my eyes and greeted her in the normal “I am so sorry for your loss.” She cut me off of by saying “How dare you show up at my husband’s funeral. Like you're not the piece of shit silence that fell over my home every time he took a call on the patio. Every time he left the house for hours with no destination. Every time I paged him and he did not answer. I cannot believe that the pink elephant in my life decided to show up at my husband’s funeral. Excuse me, but I think you should have been apologizing for fucking him throughout our entire marriage. Your condolences are not needed and certainly not necessary.” She put on new lipstick and left the bathroom.
Ila’s Diamonds II, is the second book of a trilogy by Donna M. Gray-Banks. It is a story about one woman’s journey to find true fulfillment in her career, her life and her loves. It is also an erotic look at emotional exploitation and meaningless sexual gratification that develops between men and women when true love is not the impetus for a relationship.
About the Author
Donna M. Gray-Banks was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. She has one Son.
"When the lights go out and the cell phone towers go down all that is left if a flash light and a good book" Ila