Can two in the closet moms find happiness with each other and their family? Reese and Lynn are attracted to each other and would like to live together now that their children are all grown up, in love and going to college. But coming out to their children might be more than they bargain for. Will the children accept having lesbians moms? Or will they force them to break up?
Reese eyed her face and then her chest, her mouth watering. When her eyes reverted to Lynn’s face, she saw fear in her eyes.
“We can’t deny it any longer, Lynn. You got divorced because of me.”
Lynn shook her head. “No! I can’t talk about that now. Let’s keep making the lemonade.”
“For what? To keep doing what we’ve always been doing? Denying our attraction while we always make the best of things to not get caught again?” Reese threw one of the lemons across the floor, she was so tired of everything. She felt guilty for getting caught by Lynn’s husband when she was kissing Lynn on the lips. He was so angry and couldn’t accept that he married a lesbian. It didn’t help that Lynn made things complicated with her fear and lack of coming forward to her family.
“I’m sorry, Lynn but I can’t wait any longer and since this is my house, let’s break it to them now. The worse they can do is leave and they’re already doing that in a few weeks anyway. Our children are not close minded like your husband. They’ll accept us, one day.”
“Damn it, Reese!” Lynn got hold of her blonde hair and put their mouths together in a kiss. Lynn’s eyes were suddenly watering. “I love you, but I can’t. Now knock it off or I’ll leave.”