Since her childhood on the raw Colorado frontier, Wannie Evans has always been enamored with wealth and appearance, and dreams of marrying into high society. Her dream is about to come true as Boston scion Cleveland Brewster Jr. proposes.

There is just one threat to newfound happiness-her adopted brother Keso. He had been her childhood hero, her confidante, and now he is a virile handsome stranger Wannie doesn't even recognize, but who intrigues her.

As the trio travel west to visit her parents, Wannie cannot help but make comparisons between the two men. One has manners and polish, while the other is rugged and tough. One will give her everything she has ever dreamed of and the other can't offer more than his heart.

The journey holds many surprises and revelations for them all, but most especially for Wannie as she discovers the truth about her past and who she is. And when Wannie is finally forced to choose between the man she wants and the man she loves, she find herself torn in two.

Georgina Gentry grips her readers' emotions from page one. With a command of the written word and vivid imagery, she brings the West and her characters to life and gives her fans hours of true reading pleasure. SENSUAL (Feb., 414 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Maria C. Ferrer