A NEW KIND OF BLISS
Any woman who has gone through a transition will appreciate a heroine who
is determined to make herself happy. However, slow pacing detracts from what is otherwise a pleasant story.
After the death of her father, Emily Yancey returns home to New York to stay with her mother and help her adjust to the single life. Leaving behind her friends and job in Indian-apolis, she dreads starting over until she meets a single, attractive doctor. Pushed further into his arms by her mother's meddling friends, Emily must decide if love, devoid of passion, is enough to sustain a relationship. (DAFINA, Jun., 336 pp., $14.00)
B. Nakia Garner