Not all fantasies were meant to be shared.
Taking her by both hands, Margot stepped back and looked Ryan up and down. “So, this is the woman I’ve been sharing a man with all this time?”
Riley choked. “I believe we share this man with many women.”
“No dear, we don’t,” she said with a knowing grin. “Those women would kill to share Preston as you and I do. Don’t you think?”
“I thought I made it clear that I wasn’t ready to deal with my issues?” Riley said while making air quotes with her fingers.
“Yes, you did,” Suzanne said.
“Then why am I about to walk into your beautiful home with a blindfold and a safe word?”
Ryan lives by two rules:
She expresses her sexual desires only through art.
She will only paint what she dreams.
Rick and Suzanne thought they had everything: money, a beautiful home, a marriage with unusual boundaries. But when they discover Ryan’s sexually explicit paintings, they learn that money can’t buy everything. They love the style and depth of sexuality in her paintings and want to commission a portrait of themselves. But that is against Ryan’s rules.
Join Rick and Suzanne on their quest to commission a painting that takes on a life of its own as they struggle to help Ryan break free from her self-imposed celibacy.