by: David Russell
Released: July 2010
Selene’s life has been structured, even at work she confirms to the norms of what is expected of her and endures her friend Janice who is too quick to point out Selene’s flaws and misgivings. Selene has taken matters into her own hands. She has scrimped and saved every extra penny she has and planned a trip to an exotic location in South America. Here Selene plans on enjoying the freedom of giving into her needs, desires and wants. Along the way, she meets Hudson. Hudson does not only tempt Selene physically but challenges her mind. He also encourages her to take on a dangerous expedition which gives Selene the opportunity to reflect deeply on who she is and her life.
This novel is definitely not the regular romance novel I was expecting. The author writes in the narrative form and there is very little dialogue between the characters. The author has an exceptional command of the English language and writes quite eloquently.
Heather gives this book a