What is a man to do when he meets a truly beautiful woman, that he clicks with, and yet she is a virgin and plans to stay that way until she is married? A woman that draws him like no other woman has drawn him?
Meet Tom Baker. A nice guy teaching 3rd graders at a new school, that is 2 years out from a nasty divorce. He's not looking for a new wife; he's looking for female companionship that includes the relieving of sexual tensions.
Meet Amy Darling. A kindergarten teacher at the same school Tom has arrived at. She comes from a deeply religious upbringing, and is staunch in her views that it is a sin to not be a virgin for your husband. A woman so nice, that even all the "frustrated to the point that they couldn't take the blue balls anymore" men she has dated say she is a wonderful person, a perfect woman. Their only problem with her is her unwillingness to do more than gentle kisses, much less have pre-martial sex.
Thus the stage is set. Can Tom handle a woman who is firm in her conviction that she is keeping her hymen intact? Can Amy keep her own passions in control? Read the story and enjoy the slow but wonderful escalation in their relationship.
Al Steiner has yet again created characters that are both believable and fun to read about. The tensions between Tom and Amy are well crafted to make you, the reader, feel Tom's frustration as well as Amy's convictions. You'll like them and root for them as they progress through the story.
The sex is well written, but not written for pure stroke potential. It's all part of the plot. The final scene, while not long, is pretty intense, and the overall sexual tension is quite superb.
I highly recommend this story.