‘Something Impossible, Something Small’ By P.F. White

An old woman lies on her deathbed. Her husband of fifty years makes a confession to her, something truly unbelievable. Now she must accept the impossible, and make a choice she had never considered. And with the passing of strange aeons, does romance die?

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