Bobbie Ingliss had to make the decision whether to be all female or all male when she was just a teenager (The Life of BI). Now, ten years later she has graduated with a degree in Psychology and has been in practice—specializing in troubled teens in sexual identity crisis—for almost a year.
The only trouble is that the real problems stem from overbearing family who have forced their kids into making an "either/or" decision when they actually are just caught experimenting. Or, they've had "It's dirty and nasty and all that boys want" or "Girls only like boys for money and they'll give you a disease!" drilled into them from birth. The sad thing is that most of them just want someone to share emotional feeling with.
Bobbie's mentor and professor suggests that she take some time off to find herself before she goes crazy and starts strangling the people who do the damage and then want her to pull some magic out of a hat.
This is book two in the life of BI. It contains wording and concepts that are adult in nature and is intended for readers 15 years and older.
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