Twenty years ago, Serena and her husband got pregnant then married very young, they were disowned by their parents. With a baby in tow they barely got by on her waitress job.
Knowing one of them needed to finish college, Serena took a job as a lesbian call girl to supplement the family income. She took to the job like a fish to water, but when her husband graduated and was offered a well-paying job, she left the job of a call girl, and put that life behind her.
Several decades later, Serena's daughter Brooklynn is now in college and comes home to tell her mother about her experimentation with lesbian sex. It is nothing serious, and she tells her mother it’s just for and lark. But the story dredges up long lost memories for Serena and her past, and it haunts her.
The feelings build and Serena is at a tipping point, she realizes Brooklynn is playing with dynamite, by talking about her exploits. Serena finds herself yearning for the old life from her days as a call girl. Surprisingly, Brooklynn senses her mother’s quandary and provides a not so innocent solution.