Mother Figure


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Cassie never knew her real mother who left the family when she was very young. Then her father began seeing Julia. Cassie wasn't happy about her dad seeing someone new, especially when Julia moved in with them. At first, Cassie did everything she could to make her feel very unwelcome. But then, with Julia's patience and understanding, Cassie eventually warmed up to Julia. Even though Julia never married her father, in time Cassie began to look upon her as a sort of mother figure. Then Julia and her father split up, and Cassie was devastated. Cassie's relationship with Julia was strained for a time, but then they eventually patched things up. Julia invited Cassie to come stay with her and work as her intern at her business after she graduated from high school. Cassie jumped at the chance to be with Julia again. However, after catching Julia in bed with another woman, Cassie begins to question not only her own sexuality but her true feelings toward Julia and whether or not she looks upon her as more than a mere mother figure.

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