ISBN# (13): 978-1-4349-9216-1
Rating: 3 Cups
He has a desire for the right woman to spend some time with, enjoying each others company. A romantic interlude that would lead to that one fabulous encounter bringing complete ecstasy.
Rowena is a therapist who has endured a repressed childhood. She loves dressing up and feels that the clothes have a way of caressing her body. She wants him to open up his mind to his dreams.
He beings to ache for his therapist, Rowena. He finds her dark, sultry and somewhat reserved. He finds hard professional women sexy, and she happens to be just the one that he believes could bring out that strong urge that he needs to release. Rowena wants him to incorporate his dreams into a healing process. She is able to help him release his inner self as the two have some romantic interludes that lead to total satisfaction. By giving into what their hearts and mind desires, they are able to find that one medium that captures their souls. After everything is over, will they be able to face the world positively?
Therapy Rapture is a thought-provoking book. I found it a deep fantasy of sorts, with direct frankness throughout the story. It was interesting reading how the mind viewed certain aspects while acting upon them. I have to say the sketches are very nicely done indeed, and the way they are sketched, the reader can get a feel for the story while viewing the pictures. With some poetry enclosed, the reader can certainly get an expression of David Russell's writing. The incorporation of the poems and the drawings, that accommodate the story, make it an interesting read. I found it fascinating how the male character allowed his mind to view the aspects that surrounded his life.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More