What would you do if you opened your door in the dead of night to find a handsome man on the other side? Holding an orphaned lamb.
After being dumped by her husband, Daisy Darling wants nothing more than to curl up in her pyjamas every night and drink herself into sleep. She doesn't want to face her life. Then, one night, a storm brings a stranger to her door. A stranger who turns out to be the most famous rock star on the planet, Hawk Moon.
Hawk is nothing like Daisy imagined a rock star would be. He's honest and down to Earth and in the short time he's in her life, Daisy finds herself feeling emotions she hasn't experienced in a very long time. There's something about Hawk that makes her want to start her life over.
But Hawk and Daisy will never be an item. Hawk is on tour. Daisy lives in the country. She's small town and he's the universe. Their worlds can never collide. Or can they?
|Ok, not just any man but the man of her rock & roll dreams.
Daisy a newly divorced woman of a thirteen year old daughter who is away at school. She is wallowing in the fact that her good for nothing husband left her for a skinny busty 19 year old bimbo. But, on his way out proceeds to tell her he doesn't love her & oh by the way I haven't wanted to make love to you for a while because your hips have gotten to big. Yet, after he leaves she can't eat & loses a bunch of weight plus his dead weight let's say now she is to thin. Then, one cold & rainy night a knock on her door comes. On the other side stands a man holding one of her lambs & is soaking wet. She allows him in & what luck that is for it is Henry Hawk that's who. But the name at first does not ring a bell. Until he gets ready to shower while waiting for his ride since he is soaked & removes his hat. Then she sees he is her rock & roll idol. This night changes both their lives. What a sweet honest look at what you can only imagine these celebrities really go through. Just wanting to be normal & treated normal. That is what Daisy gave to Henry as a gift "normal." Very good short story