Jerilyn is a young, neglected housewife. Loneliness and boredom finally drive her to take desperate action. She searches for a middle ground between being a faithful wife and getting the attention she needs. Mistaking her downstairs neighbor for a prostitute, Jerilyn approaches her for professional services believing this to be the perfect solution. Since she won’t be emotionally engaged, Jerilyn won’t be cheating on Antony, her husband. Rain, a self proclaimed third generation hippy, is surprised and intrigued at Jerilyn’s request. Rain decides to explore her own sexuality and the two women engage in an exciting and new sexual relationship.
As Jerilyn learns more about herself, their sexual explorations grow and their relationship turns into something more, something deeper. Despite her love for Rain, Jerilyn still loves Antony and realizes she has to make a life changing decision. Either way she’s going to be hurt as well as hurt someone she loves. Since Rain is there for her and Antony isn’t, her choice seems obvious. When she finally manages to meet with Antony, he explains why they had to sacrifice so much and turns her plans upside down.
Warnings: This title contains f/f sex, public nudity and brief anal play.
Word Count: 83,000
“This feels like a seduction.” Rain smiled as she gestured to the table. “If a guy put this much work making me dinner I’d think he wanted to get me into bed.” Rain leaned forward and grinned. “Chances are, I’d let him.”
“I’m not a guy.” Jerilyn retrieved her fork but her appetite vanished. She set the fork back down.
“No, you’re a beautiful woman who wanted to hire me for sex. Whatever drove you to that decision hasn’t changed so I’m curious. Since I’m not for sale, are you trying to seduce me?” Rain smiled, she didn’t look mad or offended although Jerilyn thought she had every right to be. “Did you see this night going a certain way?”
“No!” Jerilyn gulped half the glass of wine, then kept drinking, hopping the question would go away. Since it didn’t, she had to put the glass down. It looked dumb to keep drinking from an empty glass. “I, um . . . you . . . I thought . . . ”
“It’s all right.” Rain reached across the table and rested her hand on Jeri’s. “If you’re trying to seduce me, it worked.”
“It did?” Jerilyn starred at Rain’s hand on hers and trembled. “I wasn’t trying to.”
“I’m not sure.” It was harder than Jerilyn imagined to make that confession out loud. It was even harder making it to herself. She wanted to be made love to, but didn’t know if she was ready to try a woman or betray her husband. She didn’t know what to do or what to tell Rain. “I didn’t think you’d find me attractive. I didn’t think you’d be interested in me so I didn’t think about it. I’m sorry, it seems like no matter what I do I end up insulting you.”
“I’m not insulted.” Rain chuckled and got to her feet. “I’m interested.” She pulled Jerilyn to her feet and led her hand in hand to the couch. “Lets sit down and see where things go.” She eased Jerilyn down on the couch then sat next to her. Right next to her.
This book was added to our catalog on Friday 24 April, 2015.