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I was surprised but thrilled when I saw her name flash onto my screen. By the third time we met, however, I simply found her too alluring to resist. What I found irresistible was the way she came across as prim and proper, but also delightfully naughty at the same time.
In a subsequent flirty email she boldly suggested that I cook her a meal at my Wimbledon flat some time. I loved the shy, almost disbelieving smile when I paid her compliments. I adored how she smelled and the look she had when her seriousness descended into playfulness I consoled myself that at least she hadn’t thrown them away. I didn’t want to share Lauren, even with her husband of 12 years. The lone diner on the next table was no longer a private investigator.
The woman who is in love with a married man lives a life that, for the most part, is shrouded in secrecy.
What kept me together emotionally was knowing she was waiting in the wings. I would wait until her son finished school if that was what she wanted.
I would give up on having children of my own if it meant being with her.
I thought about how many women had been in my position, waiting for a man to leave his wife.
As the lover you get the edited highlights of a marriage: the laughter, the smiles, the sex. But what we lacked was emotional closeness — that lovely sense of wasting time together and the accompanying feeling of certainty. And I’ve made myself a promise: in my next relationship, I want Sunday nights and Monday mornings together, and all the boring minutiae of daily life that couples take for granted.