Laura had been plagued with boring Christmas’ since her ugly divorce, that is until a good friend lent her a cabin at a ski resort for her Christmas vacation. That vacation turned into one of her most memorable.


Laura’s good friend Mandy lent her a cabin she and her husband have at a ski resort near Taos New Mexico. The offer was a godsend for Laura as she had had nothing but boring and depressing Christmas’ since she and her husband went through an ugly divorce.

On her first day at the resort, she meets an eccentrically beautiful married woman Jenna, who had a penchant for prancing around nude every opportunity she got and enjoys taking female lovers from time to time.. Jenna and Laura shared some common interests and after the two of them take a day trip to a very picturesque Old Mill their budding friendship quickly blossomed into a torrid romance.

The flames of the romance burned hot and bright for a time, then some of Jenna’s more obtuse personality traits emerged. Laura found that the 50-year-old was possessive, and tended to be quite dominating on occasion, causing Laura some friction and consternation, and second thoughts about her dual personality friend.

The tension came to a head when Laura became needless upset with Laura when a waitress, Ronnie, from the ski resort stopped by her cabin to talk. Jenna becomes adamant that the two of them have to resolve the issue, and she relates what she thinks is a logical way to settle the disagreement.

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