JESSIE is a novel, based on real events. It is set on an island in the South Pacific and is the story of two women (Jackie and Jessie), friends and former lovers, and a man (Ira), husband now to Jackie, but, in years past, Jessie’s lover as well.
The central narrative charts the prior relationship of Ira and Jessie: how, what started casually as a partner swap, develops into a passionate affair with the lovers meeting secretly against the wishes of Jessie’s husband (Ken), and describes, in vivid detail, how, in the months and years that follow, their passion for each other steadily grows, its intensity still undiminished when their relationship comes to an unexpected, and, for Ira, shattering end.
JESSIE is possibly the raunchiest book you’ll ever read. It contains very strong language and many scenes of a sexual nature, both heterosexual and lesbian. These sexually explicit scenes account for around fifty percent of the book’s content. However, the sex is for the most part, slow, tender and romantic, so if you prefer the ‘Slam bam thank you mam’ variety, you are not going to like this book.