Vera King, a divorcee, is ready to get back out there and start dating again. She has her reservations, though, but that's why her best friend, Dee Williams, is there for moral support! As Vera nervously tries on a dress for the date, Dee compliments and encourages her, insisting that Vera needs a man in her life! Of course, raising a family would be so much easier if she dated women instead...While Vera playfully agrees that maybe it'd be easier, it's not possible since she's not a lesbian like Dee is. Still, Dee insists that Vera has nothing to worry about! It's been so long since Vera's been out that she deserves to have a bit of fun. Yet, Vera is worried about being rusty since it's been TOO long! What if she's forgotten how to even kiss??Dee tries to calm her panicking friend, soothingly saying that Vera wouldn't just 'forget' how to kiss, that's impossible! If Vera wants to put her mind at ease, though, Dee would be more than happy with helping Vera practice to take the edge off. Although Vera doesn't think Dee is being serious at first, Dee is persistent -- she just wants to see her best friend succeed!Vera is nervous but thankful for Dee's help, so she shyly accepts. As Dee begins to walk Vera through the steps to refresh her memory on kissing, the tension between them builds. The love and affection between friends, plus Vera's frustrations and loneliness, soon take hold and there's no turning back.Vera lets all of her worries go as Dee helps her practice more than just kissing. Vera soon experiences the joys of tasting pussy and tribbing, which makes her start to think that maybe dating women is a good idea after all!