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Cassie is working her butt off at the local theaters to pay for school. The group she works with are in their late teens and early 20s. All of them are centered on making a little extra cash to pay their bills or put gas in their cars. It’s a varied group of people; the kind that you would find in most theater concession stands.
She is quickly “promoted” to the popcorn counter because she shows that she is able to organize things efficiently, and if anything needs organizing, it is the popcorn counter with its many variety of sizes, and toppings. She digs in and makes the role her own. With the help of Steve, one of her co-workers, she quickly transforms the efficiency of the counter dramatically reducing the line and wait time.
Cassie finds herself flirting with Steve as they are working together, even though she that's not her typical style. And, while she wasn’t looking to building any relationships, she finds herself attracted to Steve. He is good-looking, funny, and seems to like being around her.
The only problem with flirting with Steve is that she begins rubbing Amy the wrong way. Amy is someone who has given Cassie dirty looks since she first starting working at the theater. She is an incredibly pretty girl who was the head cheerleader in high school, and really could attract any man. When she sees Cassie flirting with Steve, her looks become even more severe.
Everything comes to a head after Steve and Cassie, half-covered in popcorn and toppings, leave to clean-up in the employee kitchen. They end up in a water fight while they are cleaning up, and as Cassie comes out of the kitchen, still giggling from the time she spent with Steve, she is met by an angry Amy. Expecting a dressing down from Amy, Cassie holds her ground only to be surprised when Amy touches her gently gives her a brief kiss on the lips telling Cassie that she would rather be a lover than a fighter. Confused, Cassie stands looking at Amy as she walks away. It seems that Amy wasn’t interested in Steve; she was instead interested in Cassie.
The whole episode takes on additional meaning during the next shift where Amy offers to help Cassie, and then promises to do things to her that no woman has every suggested to Cassie. Cassie, who was never with a woman before, dismisses her comments, but finds herself getting excited just the same.
Alone, toward the end of the night, Cassie is cleaning up her station and then heads to the kitchen to clean up herself. She is met soon after by Amy who seduces her before she can pull together a reasonable argument. Cassie finds herself giving into Amy's seduction quickly, and the two begin exploring each other’s bodies.
Hours later, after everyone has left the theater, Amy unveils one more surprise for Cassie in the form of Steve who she had been courting all along. Shocked, Cassie tells Amy and Steve she is not ready for something like that. Amy nods, telling Cassie she could watch then, and Cassie finds herself watching her own personal show put on by the two of them. It’s too much for Cassie to take and she eventually joins in, slowly at first, until it becomes a no-holes barred event driving each of them crazy in different ways throughout the night.
Author Quinn Winston once again shows us why she is a best-selling author telling tales of young women – and men, as they try to navigate their sexual path sometimes of self-discovery, sometimes of pain and pleasure, and sometimes pushing the boundaries of what is considered right and wrong.
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