She had to say “yes.” To all of it .... Yes. For too long, Lily Welch suffered under the shadow of her repressive mother who thought the female body, and any pleasure derived from it, was bad – something shameful and meant to be hidden. While Lily’s 3 older sisters bent under the sway of the type of “touch shaming” their mother promoted, Lily went in a different direction. She claimed her body. She enjoyed it. Touched it. Allowed it to be touched. Experienced it. Reveled in it. And in this, she found a piece of who she was ...
But it was only one piece – one tiny speck that encapsulates a whole woman.
In walks Matthew Reese. Handsome. Talented. Too smart for her to figure out upon a first meeting. Lily is sent spinning. For 23 years, she set a cap on her emotions while letting her sexuality flow wildly. Matthew ignites a mutiny within her, and she can no longer control her ever evolving feelings for him. Can she open up the pieces of her body while still protecting her heart?
And more importantly, would she ever want to?