Nikki McClellan comes from a family of women with a paranormal gift—the gift of sexual healing. But for Nikki it comes with a price. After they have sex, the men are healed and move on, leaving her alone again. While house-hunting, she meets Dylan Cain, who lost the woman he loved two years before and has not been able to move on with his life. He is trying to live a life his parents think he should. The Morning After (2), by Dorie Graham, has an intriguing paranormal premise, but the dialogue is slow and sometimes awkward, and too many characters are introduced immediately, making it hard to keep everyone straight. Nikki also makes some questionable and naive decisions that strain credibility.
Reviewed by: 
Page Traynor