In this book we meet Cassandra and Luca. Cassandra is a woman who works as a photographers assistant and the man she works with opens her eyes to many different things that she has never experienced before. The other thing that happens in the beginning of this story is neighbor's Cassandra and Luca meet and find that they have an attraction to one another but both have secrets that are keeping them from being together. This book is about Cassandra's exploration of her sexual boundaries. She learns what she likes and doesn't like with a variety of people showing her different things along this discovery journey.
Luca really wants to know more about Cassandra and is hoping to try a strictly vanilla relationship with her. Little does he know that some of his own secrets keep this from happening as well as their schedules. They are trying to see where this will go even if for right now they are just claiming to be friends.
Over all this is a good book the story flows well but I have a problem with it. In this book it is about Cassandra's discovery about what she likes and doesn't like. The issue I have is when she finds something she doesn't like or doesn't want to do she pushes it aside and continues to do this over and over until she has some type of breakdown later in the book. Also the more she discovers about herself the less she listens to it. I don't want to ruin the book for anyone so I will not use examples but I will say as she feels that the feeling of being dominant in a lot of the situations is one she is happier with she ignores it just to be with other people. Over all this book is good I just wish that if the other is having her discover this she wouldn't have had her ignoring what she was learning till almost the end of the book.