Artist and New Yorker Pilar Russell has always been a sexual woman-as long as the commitment is light, the feelings aren't overwhelming and certain memories are kept at bay. When that stops being possible, she runs away from everything she's ever known- friends, family and past-to reinvent herself in a place she's never been before. In the south of France she knows no one and nothing. She doesn't even speak the language. She can start all over. But the past is not so easily left behind, and feelings cannot be ignored forever. And love, in any language, will not be denied.
About the Author
Reina Menasche calls her first love writing fiction, though she is also a professional social worker, certified public school counselor, university instructor, and actress. Her first novel, Twice Begun, was honored in the romance category of the 2013 San Diego Book Awards, and her other fiction has been recognized in contests by organizations such as the San Diego Writers and Editors Guild and Southern California Writers Conference. In 2013 Reina began hosting East County Magazine's "Bookshelf" radio program on KNSJ 89.1 FM in San Diego, California. Please visit her website and blog at www.reinamenasche.com.