Twenty-seven-year-old Erica is happy with her uncomplicated life: she works in her aunt's floral shop, she bakes in her free time, and she cherishes her small group of friends. Sure, she's single, but Erica's fine with it. As far as she's concerned, not everybody gets a great love.
Then one day she delivers flowers to her aunt's newest client, Catherine, a forty-year-old bridal shop owner, and Erica finds herself drawn to her. While the attraction initially catches her off guard-she's never desired a woman before-she soon realizes that her crush is the real deal.
And Erica isn't the only one experiencing sparks. Catherine feels them, too. But between their age difference, the need to remain professional, and both of their past experiences with love, both women are hesitant to make a move. Soon, however, it becomes obvious that they need to stop holding back and let their love bloom.
Contains mature themes.