Tessa knows that she doesn't just like men, but she's not sure if she's just into women either. She loves Beth, but she still doesn't want to commit to a relationship with her and call herself a lesbian. Besides, she's still friends with Raymond and the thought of him finding out and being disappointed in her is one of the things holding her back.
When Beth leaves Tessa, saying she'll only be back when Tessa makes up her mind about who she wants to me, Tessa knows she wants to be with Beth. She goes after her, and even though she still doesn't know where she stands, she knows who she wants.
Tessa's worst fear comes true when Raymond finds out her relationship with Beth is more than just friendship, and she's heartbroken that she lost him. When her parents invite her and Beth over to dinner, Tessa feels that it might be a turning point. They may not know of her involvement with Beth, but it's a positive step. At least, until Tessa's parents start talking about religion and their views on homosexuality.
Everything blows up, and Tessa not only has to choose between her parents and Beth, but between two sides of herself.
Author's note: This story contains strong language and sexually explicit content appropriate only for mature audiences 18 years or older. This book is a part of a lesbian fantasy romance novel series, not erotica. The story includes lesbian and straight sex scenes. If this sort of content bothers you, do not listen. If you are intrigued, take a look inside to see more!