Slovakian police have arrested the jealous 24-year-old model accused of killing her former 48-year-old lover.
He had been swindled out of his life savings—around $8 million—by his former manager and lover Kelley Lynch.
How about the man who created her—a lover of women who lived with a wife, his lover, their children, and a wayward librarian?
She agonizes instead over her affairs and insecurities, her inability to be satisfied with one lover.
Beacci, who had inherited nothing from her lover, had assumed his son would make provisions for her in his will.
Now the lover is not only unlike his beloved, but he forces himself upon him.
Her lover played upon his flute, while she leaned against a tree and listened.
But Wilfrid's attention was frozen by the sight of Vittoria's lover.
He was older than I, experienced with women—a lover of women, I came to understand in time.
All of life is sacred to the lover, and all life is sacred to him.
early 13c., agent noun from love (v.). Old English had lufend for male lovers, lufestre for women. Meaning "one who has a predilection for" (a thing, concept, pursuit, etc.) is mid-14c. As a form of address to a lover, from 1911. Related: Loverly.