Thomas Weaver was born in 1934 and raised in the north of England. He started work at the age of fifteen in a timber mill, and although he spent much of his working life doing the same type of work, three years was spent in the army.
Thomas’s writing started as a hobby, based on his experiences and those of people he has known at various times during his life. His experience is broad, and his life has been varied and colourful, and still is. Having lost a lung, he may not have the energy he had once, and spends considerable periods housebound. That, however, has given him the opportunity to write of what he knows, putting his extensive knowledge, as well as some of his remarkable imagination, into the erotic actions of his characters.
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Our Time is Now
All five books in Thomas Weaver’s “Our Time is Now” series in one volume.
For Mary and Tommy, the conventional morality of the 1940s made their relationship difficult. The urge for physical love was too strong to resist, and some of their activities became more than a little kinky. Under the shadow of the war and the nightly bombing, life was not easy for them.
Our Time is Now book five
As the relationship between Mary and Tommy becomes more physical, Mary’s mother seems to be doing everything she can to be difficult. Their work on the convoys taking food to the army all over the country becomes more arduous, the bombing near home intensifies, and Tommy is likely to be called up into the army. Then, a beautiful woman working with Mary starts showing an interest in Tommy.
Our Time is Now - book four
Despite the moralities of the 1940s, Tommy’s and Mary’s lust for each other and their insatiable sex drives could not be denied. Having once made love, it seemed they could not stop, and their lovemaking took on a decidedly kinky aspect. They were determined to grab every opportunity for love and for finding new and exciting ways satisfy their ever-growing desires.
Our Time is Now - book three
Tommy and Mary desperately wanted to experience their fantasies, all the variations and extremes of sex, but the conventions and moralities of the time held them back. The war was coming relentlessly closer, threatening everything, but surely their lust was too strong for even that to hold them back?
Our Time is Now - book two
Overshadowed by the war and the likelihood that Tommy will be called up into the armed forces, Tommy is frustrated by the firm limits Mary has set in their physical relationship, and yet every moment with her is exciting and arousing. Everything seems complicated, not least by Mary’s mother who looks and behaves more as though she is her sister…
Our Time is Now - book one
Romance in 1941 was not easy for anyone, and yet the passions of maturing teenagers were as powerful and vibrant as at any time, before or since. Rebelling against the conventional morality of the 1940s, Tommy and Mary’s discovery of their passion for each other took them on a journey of exploration of their powerful sensuality.
The Other Side of Mary - Book 3: A Journal Too Far
Two insatiable, over-sexed women who demanded satisfaction were almost too much for Tommy, despite his own powerful libido. Could he say no to either of them? As their sexual activities became kinkier and kinkier, he found that there was yet more extreme sex described in Mary’s journal she had written while he was away in the army. His concern was mounting, and his trust was beginning to waver.
The Other Side of Mary, Book 2: Ménage à Trois
Tommy is struggling to keep up with the insatiable sexual demands of his girlfriend Mary and her girlfriend Charlie. It might be some relief for him when the two girls take pleasure from each other, but his own sex-drive is powerful too. Even so, his imagination and inventiveness pales into insignificance beside Charlie’s sexual extremes.
The Other Side of Mary. Book 1: Homecoming
Sex is always on a soldier’s mind, but Tommy never realised how much sex was also on the minds of those he left behind. His over-sexed, slightly kinky fiancée was not likely to have spent those seven months going without it, and yet she would never consider going with another man. The other girl he desired almost as much as he desired his fiancée had been living with her.
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