Kiss Me Like You Mean It
For as long as she can remember, Jane Wilde’s had tremendous self-confidence issues when it comes to dating. From the initial flirtation to the first kiss, she just can’t seem to get out of her head and into her body! That’s why Jane’s finally decided to try and solve this issue by hiring Serene Siren, a dating coach.
Serene finds it hard to believe that a beautiful young lady like Jane would suffer from such roadblocks. But when Jane shares a particularly traumatizing event from high school, Serene starts to understand where Jane’s self-confidence issues are coming from. There’s no need to fear, however, since Serene is confident that she can turn things around for the eager-to-learn Jane.
To start things off, Serene asks Jane to kiss her so that she can see what she’s working with. Jane’s a little hesitant, but Serene assures her that she’s a professional and does this sort of thing all the time. Feeling comforted, Jane kisses Serene, though she’s very shy and only offers a timid peck. Jane’s going to have to kiss Serene harder than that if she’s going to make sparks fly, and with a little encouragement, Jane eventually lowers her defenses and gives herself completely to her new mentor… tongue and all.