When her husband left her home alone during spring break and a large group of students moved into the house next door for the week, the last thing Lacey expected to have happen was a knock on her door. She let in a lovely woman named Jill, and the two became fast friends, and more. Jill asks Lacey if she will paint her out in the flower garden, but beforehand Jill wants to help Lacey discover a better use for her own flower.
This one initially looked as if it were just another mediocre piece of lesbian erotica; something to give a one or two star rating. Though there was plenty of erotic contact here the content around the sex scenes was quite good; a real story. There are so few good books with lesbian themes. I have no hopes of ever finding a good book with a bisexual female as the lead character; or even a supporting player, this short story was a nice substitute.
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