To one man she gave her virginity; to another, she gave her heart. One, she would mourn. With the other, she would share life’s triumph and turmoil. With both, she would endure times of love, and passion and complete happiness as well as times of despair, confusion, and sorrow. One day at a time—each day, building unforgettable memories.
“I gave “Sweet Pea” a 4 only because I’m very stingy with my 5s.” by Phillip Wayne M.
The story !ine is well thought out, the characters are developed carefully, the time frame is one I can especially relate to because I lived it. I like the way each character told their own story within the story. I think that as the story ended a little too much was made of various songs of the era. I have recommended “Sweet Pea” to many of my friends who came of age with me in the sixties and to my younger friends so they can have an understanding. Great job Mrs. Fricke.