"To Lois Robeson, sex freedom was perfectly normal. Her mother had gone through several love affairs and so Lois was quite familiar with the art of love. It was something she could take in her stride. What she preferred was to take refuge in books and daydreams. It was only natural therefore, that she should become a writer; only natural that she should give herself to any man she found attractive. And only natural that she should become disillusioned and heartbroken because of the demands of her body's passions."