Good plot but I had trouble relating to the characters, especially Whitney. Sex was American quick, instant-like so their was little eroticism in the book. For me, the characters were too contemporary which is why I prefer reading historical romances, thrillers, etc.
Imagine "Beaches"...but with a guy...and she doesn't have cancer...and there is no daughter...and you don't cry at the end...and no-one is singing 'You are the Wind Beneath My Wings' in your head while you are reading this book.
Whitney Smith was the classic good girl. She never parked ilegally, she paid all her taxes, she even ate right. But now the fates had conspired against Whitney, and for once in her life she was going to live--including taking a dangerous, exciting lover.
Sexy, mysterious Eric Townsend was more than she imagined. Eric dared her to to explore all her fantasies and desires, to become a wild, sensual woman. Falling despeately in love, Whitney learned about passion and getting too close to what Eric wanted...forever.