A WOMAN WHO’S NEVER TRULY BEEN SATISFIED…
Bliss Sinclair’s life was a desert. A job that made enough money but didn’t satisfy her soul. A lover who lingered in her bed simply because she never allowed herself thoughts of other possibilities. A long borne sadness from her grandmother’s death.
Then a woman comes into her life and changes everything. Within a few breaths, she effortlessly tugs Sinclair into nights of wild and fulfilling sex, challenging conversations, and a new way at looking at the world. Then just as quickly as she arrived, she was gone.
Sinclair has to relearn how to be herself, but the only way she can think to do it is go back home to Jamaica, the place where she lost her mother and left behind a father she had little to do with. In that place of her birth, she reconnects with the country she has nearly forgotten. Its beauty, its homophobia, and its capacity for love and fulfillment she never thought possible.
Truly enjoyed this novel. It was quite descriptive and made me feel I was on the island with the main characters. Couldn't help but think I was actually reading a semi-autobiographical novel and not fiction. The author...superb storyteller. Will definitely read more by her.