So you’re a succesful, inependent woman who can’t wear a possesive man, and who’s just escaped a sticky entanglement; then a hunk moves in next door.
First impressions are important, but the appeal can quickly fade. What if his lifestyle is a criticism of your lifestyle, his talents a criticism of your talents, your history a criticism of his history, what if you can’t communuicate on the same wavelength. Even the trees in the garden conspire against you. Then, you get two needy people living yards apart, aloof from on another.
Watching jealously through binoculars as your neighbour meets his needs with other women compels you to take your solitary pleasure, but this only heightens your yearning. Then catastrophe strikes, and you have to reinvent yourself. Will he want the new you? Will the new you want him? Yes,of course, for steamy sex, but can hot sex alone ever be enough?
Well worth a read before you turn out the bedside lamp.
(review of free book)