Staying true to the artistic nature of the material, Esdaile creates love scenes that drip with pure romance. Though this a love story, the growth of the two characters as individuals is chronicled as closely as their growth as a couple. A great story and tasteful love scenes make this a book worth reading.

Riddled with an early divorce and a father she can never please, Deborah has decided to do some major self-improvement for the new year. While browsing in a natural food store, she meets Jason, an artist who has sworn off women and lives the life of a recluse. The two are immediately drawn to each other and lead one another on a road of self-fulfillment and self-exploration. (DAFINA, Jun., 288 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
B. Nakia Garner