'Desperately, she unfastened her jacket and blouse, her fingers scrabbling at the buttons. Then she did something she had never done before - she stroked her own breasts through the thin material of her camisole. Gently at first, then more urgently, she fondled the heavy globes . . .'
Abigail should be somewhere else - at a business meeting or at home doing the ironing. She should not be drinking coffee with a stranger in a London art gallery. But here she is, with a man sixteen years her junior, about to experience real sexual pleasure for the first time.
When Abigail meets Kit, her stale marriage, her business chores and the dreary social round of suburbia are all eclipsed. Unloved but lovely, Abigail is on the verge of self-discovery, determined to make the most of her second chance.
- Publication Date:
- 11 / 03 / 1996
- 107 x 177mm