At twenty-five, Yvette Thurman seems to have her life mapped out. She’s a journalist for a statewide magazine based in Raleigh, she has a nice circle of friends, and she’s engaged to marry a good-looking, stable man she’s known since college. But Yvette is restless. Not really knowing what it is that’s bothering her, she decides she’d like a little sexual fling–with a white man. An ad on a dating site leads her to a willing partner. It’s a nothing-special experience, but from it Yvette learns that she is just not ready to get married.
Yvette’s mother and her twin sister support her decision, as do her friends who go out of their way to include Yvette in the fun–and drama–of their lives. But it’s not until a co-worker’s sister and her partner move into Yvette’s apartment complex that Yvette begins to reconsider how she’s always thought her life would be. Yvette soon spends a good bit of her free time with Erica and Linda–especially Linda–and finds herself opening up to romantic relationship with another woman. SBF Seeking follows Yvette during three years in which her heart leads her down a unexpected new path.
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