Andrea a staunch Christian and senior lecturer at an all-female university never had any 'problems' with her sexuality. The divorced and now single mom to Magnus, was taught and believed that a woman's place is next to a man's side. This view is strongly challenged when the newly appointed Dean of Faculty, care free and vivacious brown eyed Samantha Samuels arrives at the university. Andrea finds her strange yet refreshingly different and soon starts to sort out Samantha's company. Both hold conflicting perspectives with regard to social behavior but are magnetized by each others presence. Sam cannot understand how she could fall for someone with such deep rooted Christian beliefs. This is taught in "Lesbian Romance 101" and she knows that she's asking for trouble. Andrea experiences an unexpected love for Sam but not without an internal struggle. Her belief system is being tested or is it society's imprint that conformed her into someone that would rather be accepted than be the exception? Just when she starts to accept love for what it is, Sam leaves without a trace and returns to the USA. This turns Andrea's world upside down. She has so many questions to which she needs the answers.Did Sam just play her? Why is it so difficult to communicate with her? Is she hiding something or did she read her totally wrong? Why did she leave in the middle of the night without telling her? Will she find true love and happiness or has she lost the love of her life forever?
Toni Michelle is a refreshing 21st century writer who is a self proclaimed human behaviorist and beliefs that people experience trials and tribulations in their lives in order to direct them on a path of true love and happiness. She firmly holds the view that people do a lot of things to please others and to conform to society. This creates stress, pain, low self esteem and ultimately intense unhappiness which normally manifest as mental illnesses. We can only be totally free once we break these shackles and emancipate our minds.