Meg's perfect life was like a piece of porcelain, lovely and seemingly timeless. That is, until her husband of twenty five years asks for a divorce. After that, Meg is scrambling to pick up the pieces.
At least she has Jamie. Jamie's been her best friend, her rock, her ride or die since they were fourteen. That Jamie is Meg's ex's twin sister is a minor complication.
Or is it a major problem? As Meg tries to redefine herself, she and Jamie find their friendship enters gray territory. Old fantasies are fanned and soon things are heating up between them.
Is their taboo relationship fueled by lust or love?
When clay is fired, it grows stronger. But when Meg's world is set alight, she's afraid she may have burned the person she cares for the most.