Torn between love and sex. By the time Connie decides, it could be too late.
I’ve loved Cliff since the day we met. For three years, he’s been my boyfriend and my best friend. But for the first time, something is missing. Sex. It’s been months since Cliff has touched me. And I don’t know how much longer I can wait—especially since I’ve met someone else. For the first time, I feel doubt. Temptation.
Oliver Mellors is nothing like Cliff. He’s purely physical and intensely focused on my body. But then, he has to be: he’s my CrossFit trainer. I know I can’t confuse sex with love. I know I shouldn’t risk love for sex. But now, caught between two men, I wonder: Is there a way to have both?
Part I: Hungry
Connie Chatterley isn’t exactly thrilled about the move to Palo Alto. What will she do in the land of tech billionaires and IPOs? But when her boyfriend Cliff says he needs to do it for his company, she agrees. Isn’t compromise a part of every good relationship? Once in California, Cliff spends all his time with his demanding assistant Ivy Bolton and shark-like investment banker Tommy Dukes, leaving Connie with nothing better to do than go to the gym. But when she starts training with rugged CrossFit coach Oliver Mellors, Connie feels a dangerous attraction to the sexy stranger. And after one shocking moment of weakness, the move isn’t the only thing Connie starts to question.
Don’t miss the next episodes of this four-part serial re-imagining of D.H. Lawrence’s classic Lady Chatterley’s Lover.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Clever, unique, HOT
The line of passion and true intimacy are really well-balanced in this series and not just between the main characters. The push and pull from one side or the other was really thought provoking.
All characters added and propelled the plot forward in a pleasing way and not just added for "shock" value or for the sake of variety.
I actually like the female lead (which is not often the case) because of her realistic thought process and decisions. She doesn't try to be TOO MUCH of one extreme (ie not too meek, or kind, or saucy).
The more provocative scenes were really well-put together and only added to the theme of passion and intimacy.
All-in-all, very entertaining and satisfying.