Struggles with spiritual convictions, love for a woman, rejection by his father, and the haunting conflict with a friend, leave Carey questioning himself and seeking peace of mind. After many weeks of seclusion and soul searching, Carey is finally satisfied. I highly recommend reading this book!!
At the end of this book, I cried for Frances and Carey.
Tears for what they could be to each other and what history will not let them be. These star-crossed lovers inhabit the small needing space required for yin and yang, can slip themselves around each other. They have supernatural sexual encounters that transcend traditional gender roles, seeking penetration of the very soul.
Playwright Carey McCullough is a close guardian of his privacy, haunted by a recurring dream and a damaged past he would like to keep there. But somethings he can never forget. And the more he pushes them away the more uprooted he feels. The women he has loved and lusted after, rejected and embraced represent a lifetime of trial and error, adventure and compromise. Then while in Jamaica he crosses paths with a radiant woman who attracts him like a flame as they share a history that has linked their souls for more than four hundred years....